Charities & voluntary sector

Charities & voluntary sector

Providing effective Audio Visual Solutions in community centres and village halls, or in premises run by the voluntary and community sector to hold meetings can significantly improve the value of the community asset and may avoid the need to rent premises for training events etc. Ensuring your premises are equipped for your own needs, may encourage other organisations to approach you to rent the space for meetings and assist you with income generation.

At Ashdown AV we are very familiar with the challenge of matching high quality AV demands to modest budgets and as a keen supporter of Uckfield Foodbank and Spark Network (East Sussex Council for Voluntary Youth Services) we fully appreciate how charities and community organisations need to account for every penny.

Conference and meeting rooms

The challenge of providing coherent sound and visual information in meeting rooms, particularly those with moveable furniture and partitions that allow the space to be used in a creative way cannot be underestimated. We can assist you by creating systems that can operate in an autonomous way or be linked together. Modern wireless technology is a great asset, but it has its limitations, we can ensure that you have what you need where you need it and that even when wireless systems fail, that there is a backup plan.

Auditoria and large meeting rooms

Large spaces need sound and visual systems that can reach the edges of the room ensuring that everyone can see and hear with the same clarity as those sitting on the front row, whilst ensuring that no one needs to endure an unpleasantly loud sound. The equipment needs to facilitate intimate unplugged events as well as to sustain the sound levels generated by musicians using a range of electronic devices. Ashdown AV can ensure that your sound systems, projectors and screens, lighting and even temperature control is integrated together through control systems that allow users with modest training to run the whole building.