AOS Security Ltd Acquired by Churchill
We are delighted to announce that AOS Security Ltd has been acquired by Churchill Services Group. Read More
AOS Security joins RSAS
AOS Security have been approved to join the Railway Safety Accreditation Scheme (RSAS). Read More
AOS Launch Mobile Patrol Vehicles
AOS have introduced new Mobile Patrol vehicles across London and Cambridgeshire. Read More
GLA stays with AOS
We are delighted to announce that the Greater London Authority have decided to retain the services of AOS at Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square Gardens. Read More

AOS Supports Local Community

AOS provided security excellence at a recent celebrity vs community charity football match, played at the Nene Park Academy in Peterborough and opened by the Mayor of Peterborough, Councillor June Stokes. This event was held to celebrate the multi cultures and backgrounds of Peterborough through the strength of sport.  Having event and celebrity experience the organisers asked AOS for their support.  AOS being committed to aiding charities and organisations in the local community were more than happy to provide a Security Events team for the day.

eventsThe event received support from several local businesses and included a funfair and entertainment.  The AOS Events team interacted with the hundreds of visitors on the day, and specifically provided security for the Arthur Wharton Trophy and the many celebrities that supported the event, including Paul Cannoville, the first black player for Chelsea, Luther Blisset, former England striker, Pirates of the Caribbean actor Winston Ellis, Happy Valley actor, Jamie Dorrington, Andrew Shim, an actor best known for the Shane Meadows film "Thiis is England" and Junior Agogo retired Ghanaian professional footballer.

The event was in support of the Arthur Wharton Foundation headed up by Shaun Campbell.  Arthur Wharton was the world's first black professional footballer and a hugely talented sportsman across many other disciplines. He was not recognised in sporting history simply because of his colour. He played for Darlington, Preston North End (the Manchester United of their day) and was particularly known for his turn of speed. The FA are recognising Arthur this year with a 16ft statue at the home of the FA which will be a symbol of equality in sport. Seven smaller statues are to be held in private collections all over the world.