Welcome and thank you for visiting the website home of Toastmaster Bob Lloyd.
I am available to act as your Toastmaster, Master of Ceremonies or Compere at any venue in Norfolk, Suffolk and indeed throughout East Anglia and the UK. This could be for a variety of functions but especially weddings. Please visit the wedding page for more information on how I can serve you.
For any event your toastmaster / master of ceremonies / compere is a very important link both prior to and during the event. My role is to ensure everything flows smoothly from start to finish. You will spend many hours planning and may be anxious that nothing goes wrong. As soon as you have secured my services I offer you the benefit of my experience and expertise throughout the planning stages with special attention to timings and order of events. For official functions, my training with the Association of the UK School of Professional Toastmasters, will enable me to ensure the correct procedures and etiquette are observed.
If you are planning to get married and would like to meet me in person I would be happy to arrange a time when we can talk through the initial planning of your special day. Alternatively, it would be great to see you at one of the wedding shows that are listed on my events page, They start again in September so I hope to see you at one or more of them. Please view the video below, filmed by Richard Howes of Perfect Video Day, to see me in action at a wedding held at Dunston Hall.
At your wedding I will be on hand with my friendly but professional approach to guide you and your guests through the whole day. My presence will remove the stress and pressure of “hoping everything will be OK”. Everyone will be able to relax and thoroughly enjoy the occasion. Many have been kind enough to give testimony to this fact.
In my role as Deputy Town Crier for the City of Norwich I am able to offer a unique opportunity for companies and individuals who wish to have a proclamation made on the streets of Norwich or at any special event in Norfolk. Visit the Town Crier page for more details.