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Mayflower Gazebo appears outside London's most Prestigious Shop!

Posted on November 09, 2015

Over the weekend of 7th & 8th November, Harrods Of London kicked their festive season off with a 'Festival Of Christmas'.  One of our PRO-Marq 50's, commissioned by marvelous event company, Ministry Of Fun, had pride of place outside.  The digitally printed gazebo, with double printed walls, housed the photo booth and helped to protect the excited customers (adults & children!) from the miserable weather.

The festive season has kicked off in style!

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Sumo Power, power ahead!

Posted on September 01, 2015

A couple of nice shots of Sumo Power (www.sumopower.com) when they recently attended Japfest 2, Rockingham Motor Speedway with a 3m x 6m PRO-Marq shelter. The printed sidewalls looks visually effective and show what can be achieved with a one colour screen print!

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Boom Town Festival kicks off today

Posted on August 12, 2015

Boom Town Festival (www.boomtownfair.co.uk) kicks off this evening in Winchester, and they chose Mayflower to supply them with 7, 3m x 3m commercial grade gazebos in a selection of bright colours.  Ordered yesterday and delivered today, the PRO-Marq 50's are our top of the range shelter.  Quick and simple to erect and completely waterproof, we hope our friends at Boom Town will be over the moon!

                        

                        

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A PRO-Marq 50 for Golden Leaves

Posted on July 27, 2015

Golden Leaves (www.goldenleaves.com) Limited has been at the forefront of pre-paid funeral plans for over 25 years.  They approached us for a commercial grade Gazebo and opted for our top of the range PRO-Marq 50, and they weren't disappointed. They decided on a fully dye subbed 4.5m shelter which won't fail to stand out!

The front of the shelter with the door zipped up!

 

 

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The AA popped up in High Wycombe

Posted on July 26, 2015

One of our classy little E-Z UP's was spotted in High Wycombe town centre today along with a very smiley & friendly AA Rep!
This E-Z UP 'Vue' is perfect for professionals, so lightweight and easy to erect, it serves as the perfect Pop Up Shop.  It's no wonder why The AA choose these top of the range shelters to showcase their product, time and time again.

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Cruse Bereavement choose Mayflower

Posted on July 14, 2015

Cruse Bereavement offer support & advice to those who are affected by the death of someone close and we were chuffed when they chose Mayflower to produce their gazebo for them.  They opted for a 3m x 3m yellow gazebo with dye subbed valances!

 

 

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Chiltern Rangers - making the most of their gazebo

Posted on July 09, 2015

Chiltern Rangers really are making the very most of their E-Z UP Eclipse II shelter, it is designed for frequent use so why wouldn't they!  The 3m gazebo is perfect for shade & shelter and is the perfect size for their base when working with groups of young adults.

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Mayflower in Ibiza!

Posted on June 22, 2015

Here's a recent picture of one of the many shelters we have produced for Massage Beach.  This one is being used at the Ibiza Rocks Hotel.  What a glorious way to spend the summer!

 

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Please vote for Chiltern Rangers!

Posted on May 29, 2015

For the first time, the High Wycombe Local Area Forum (LAF), invited organisations who have ideas for projects that will benefit specific communities in High Wycombe and Downley to submit proposals. 

The LAF has allocated £17,500 for 'High Wycombe Decides' to enable residents to choose which of 8 projects they would like to see funded from this money.

Chiltern Rangers have been selected for the shortlist and we think they deserve your vote - you can do this online (here) and also via ballot forms which will be available in libraries, post offices, village shops and pubs. You have until 31st July 2015 to get your vote in!

Chiltern Rangers branded E-Z UP Shelter & Flags

 

Be a Ranger for a Day!  Vote here!!

Chiltern Rangers is a Community Interest Company whose purpose is to improve the local environment and to enrich the lives of the local community through practical conservation work and volunteering opportunities. Chiltern Rangers would like to run a series of ‘Be A Ranger for a Day’ volunteering sessions to recognise the efforts of local community organisations especially those benefitting young people and thank those involved for making a difference in our town. They would like to provide a half-day session for up to 15 people - staff, volunteers, trustees, beneficiaries from local community organisations to come and give their own health and well-being a well-earned lift. They will benefit from a practical, physical session of conservation in a High Wycombe woodland or nature reserve with 2 Chiltern Rangers’ staff and some of their volunteers. Activities could include:

• scrub bashing (and a bonfire)
• coppicing
• cutting back paths and glades in the woods
• thinning trees
• removing invasive plants
• building a dead hedge
• tree planting

All have a positive impact on wildlife and on those taking part. The day enables participants to bond as a team, develop skills and flourish as individuals and above all have fun in the great outdoors and make a difference for local wildlife and the local community and finishes with a celebration lunch. The 'Be A Ranger for a day' sessions also help to improve High Wycombe’s environment for wildlife, visitors and the local community to enjoy, explore and discover, making High Wycombe more attractive as a destination and contributing to civic pride. For more information about Chiltern Rangers visit www.chilternrangers.co.uk

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Mayflower Marquees & the BBC!

Posted on May 06, 2015

This stunning shelter we produced for Silostop (who specialise in silage protection systems) was included in a tweet by BBC's Farming Today.  Silostop's fantastic slogan emblazoned on the shelter was given a twist with the punchline 'The best election slogan yet?'.  A bit of free advertising is never a bad thing!

          

The shelter was erected on Pyramid Stage at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury, normally reserved for famous Rock stars! 

 

 

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