A taste of Africa comes to Surrey to launch Chessington World of Adventures' African restaurant Zafari, with 260 local schoolchildren, er, beating the Guinness World Record for the world's largest drumming lesson
Tim Hayhurst, Senior Account Executive, Clarion Communications
“I see drawings and pictures in the poorest of huts and the dirtiest of corners” – Vincent Van Gough
Whether we’re talking inflatable pigs over Battersea Power Station or celebrities on top of Christmas trees – like our very own Lakeside stunt with Chantelle Houghton last Christmas (above) - like it or not there’s nothing that makes an impact quite like a brilliant picture story.
THANK YOU & GOODBYE – that was the final and poignant splash from the News of the World on its last ever edition earlier this month.
The end of an era? Good riddance? Wherever you stand on this celebrated and now infamous tabloid, there’s no doubt that events leading up to Sunday 10 July will be etched in the memory of journalists, media professionals and PRs for many years to come.
By Niall Hughes, Account Manager, Clarion Communications
There aren’t many workplaces I can think of where you can sit at your desk, having spoken with a TT Motorcycle racer about his upcoming documentary film, and then find yourself opening a package containing a SpongeBob SquarePants designer wall mural…while being surrounded by Christmas decorations in July. But then I’m sure there aren’t many desks quite like mine.