What a great weekend that was at Big Church!

The weather was fantastic and everyone had such a great time at Wiston at the end of May. It was so lovely to meet friends old and new, and have time to discuss some of our products and techonology in depth. If you didnt have time to catch up with us, do drop by the Continue Reading

Plumpton College opens brand new Agri-Food Hub

March 2023 sees the opening of the new Agri-Food building which provides cutting edge facilities for supporting education in the agriculture, food and wider land-management industries. Ashdown AV has designed, installed and commissioned systems for distributed audio, visual presentation, video conferencing and streaming, working closely with the college to provide a system that caters for Continue Reading

Music at the Mote – National Trust

Ightam Mote dates back to the 1340s and is one of the oldest surviving manor houses in England. It has seen many important owners and visitors over the past 700 years and music has been a common theme throughout. In the days before recorded music and radio, entertainment was all about live musicians, players and Continue Reading

Probably the best home cinema in the world…

Ashdown Audio Visual were once again privileged to work with Steinway-Lyngdorf to build a stunning home cinema based on their Model S.  With 4K projection onto a perforated screen concealing the LCR loudspeakers, the room was large enough to accommodate two sub-woofers and full 7 channel surround sound with 4 channels of Atmos in the Continue Reading

Ashdown awarded 5 year university contract

Ashdown AV is delighted to announce that we have been awarded another five years (3+1+1) maintenance for the University of Brighton. Ashdown AV have worked with the university since 2006, and in 2017 won the tender to carry out all audio-visual maintenance activities across the various sites in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings. We have enjoyed Continue Reading

Ashdown AV delivers UK first with Brighton and Sussex Medical School

At the beginning of October, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) became the first UK based medical school to live stream a human dissection as part of their new virtual teaching technique. This event, which was explained on their website, enabled the School to extend its provision of anatomy along with surgical teaching and training. Continue Reading

A high profile end to the year!

Our engineers work hard most days of the year and their work is often very hidden from public eyes, however earlier this month we installed phase one of an Audio System into Croydon Minster and on Christmas Eve it will be the location for the BBC One Midnight Mass. The audio consultant who worked with Continue Reading

The Barn now has a door that can be bolted

Frame farm is situated in Kent’s High Weald area of outstanding natural beauty and is owned by Tim and Deana Maw.  They have transformed the old and derelict Grade II listed barn into a lovely venue for weddings, parties and events with every convenience for private or corporate clients.  The Oak Barn and The Byre Continue Reading

HM The Queen visits one of our newest installations

At the beginning of December, within a matter of hours after we had finished the installation Her Royal Highness paid a visit to the Coram QE 2 building to see if we had done a good job given that the building is named after her.  Coram was delighted with how well we had managed to Continue Reading

Our MP visits to discuss apprenticeships

On the 9th November we were visited by Nusrat Ghani who is our local MP and also is the Minister with responsibility for the Year of Engineering. Her visit was very helpful in terms of giving us an opportunity to promote our work and our concern regarding the need for new Apprenticeships to be formed Continue Reading