About Us

Safe and Sound Events Ltd, trading as Safe and Sound Event Childcare, was incorporated in 2016. We formerly traded as Safe and Sound Mobile Creches, which was established in 2006, and has always been a privately owned company specialising in bespoke childcare for weddings and other one-off events. We offer a unique service handling the complete logistics for the children on the day, which means that you can have children involved in your event as much or as little as you wish. We provide smart, uniformed, non-agency staff who work together as a team.

Stephanie Wallis

Stephanie has worked with children of all ages for over 25 years and is the mother of twin boys. This extensive experience includes providing a crèche facility during a post-natal exercise class for babies and pre-school children since 1996, organising children’s workshops for Unicorn Theatre, running a summer school and working as a play scheme leader for 8 to 15 year olds on behalf of East Herts District Council. Stephanie has also worked as a crèche and centre assistant providing services for children with disabilities aged up to 16 years, after-school and holiday care schemes for children over 5 years and pre-school provision for children under 5 years for Harlow Council Community Services.

In addition to her extensive childcare experience Stephanie is also a business woman with a background in production and event management, including theatre, television and corporate events. This places her in an excellent position to provide a superior all round service.

Our Team

Members of the team have a wealth of childcare experience and hold professional childcare qualifications and enhanced CRB/DBS certificates (police checks). Our recruitment process adheres to Ofsted regulations.

The team is easily identifiable in their smart company polo shirt and will be introduced to each child (and their parents) when they attend your event.

Everyone working at Safe and Sound Event Childcare is fully insured and details are available upon request.

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