Paul Jones on mental health

Paul Jones on mental health

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Paul Jones, managing director of Ethix Management talks frankly about the impact Covid has had...

Jo Boyd Joins CC

Jo Boyd Joins CC

Jo brings over 20 years of marketing and technical PR experience to her role at Collaborative Creations. Specialising in PR for companies...

The Rule of Seven and why three-month campaigns don’t work

The Rule of Seven and why three-month campaigns don’t work

Are you aware of the "Rule of Seven?" It states that a customer opens up to a brand after an average of seven interaction. Jo Boyd explains.

Sam Vincent - Origins

Sam Vincent - Origins

CC Origins: Am-dram, Innovation and BRIT School Alumni Every month we share the ‘origins’ of each of our team; how did they fall into the...

Collaborative Creations provide sales team partnership for AED Audio

Collaborative Creations provide sales team partnership for AED Audio

Collaborative Creations (CC) – the industry’s dedicated business ‘plug-in’ support and development service – has announced its sales team...

How to write a business blog

How to write a business blog

I enjoy reading and writing blogs and I believe that they are a fantastic medium for a business to share insight, experience and...

Jill Hawkins Joins CC

Jill Hawkins Joins CC

A huge CC welcome to #eventprof Jill Hawkins who joins our team as associate director.

Supporting our industry colleagues

Supporting our industry colleagues

The mental health impact of having both your passion and your livelihood ripped away from you is yet to be fully understood.

Are you working from home or living at work?

 Are you working from home or living at work?

I love working from home, but I’m really looking forward to getting back into the office more regularly.

Long live live and long live virtual

Long live live and long live virtual

I was always a little hesitant about attending networking evenings before – I’m the typical ‘behind the scenes’ kind of person.

Cardiff Winter Wonderland opens with one-of-a-kind Alpine Trail

Cardiff’s Winter Wonderland launched with a custom-built Alpine Ice Trail unique to the UK events market.


The winter attraction, organised by Sayer Events, will run from 8 November-5 January. The event expects to welcome around 250,000 visitors across the Christmas season, with 65,000 taking to the ice. The winter wonderland features a number of attractions including the Sur La Piste lodge, the Big Wheel, and rides, in addition to food and beverage offerings.


In addition to the main ice rink, supplied by production company 11th Hour, the Winter Wonderland features an ice-skating trail which winds through the trees in Cardiff’s Gorsedd Gardens. The one-of-a-kind trail is unique to the UK, with the only attraction of a similar nature in Europe located in Vienna, Austria.


The 250m-long trail uses a rubber mat piping system filled with a freezing agent to ensure the ice remains frozen, with chillers able to react and adapt to the ambient air temperature. Additionally, 11th Hour provided core infrastructure to the event including floodlights, hand-crafted signage, and site-wide power.


11th Hour’s Business Development Manager, Jason Venables, said: “We can’t wait to welcome visitors to this year’s Cardiff Winter Wonderland. Each year this event grows in ambition and scale and for 2019 we’ve added something really special with the Alpine Ice Trail.”


As seen in Access All Areas and Stand Out.




6 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All