February marks the start of the Six Nations Rugby tournament and sport is never short of wonderfully creative campaigns to draw inspiration from.
Recently I was shown a video of a brilliant PR stunt which combined advertising, marketing and PR in a beautifully clever package. It’s so good and really stuck with me, I literally can’t stop thinking about it, so much so that I just had to share it with you.
It is a stunt that was done for the last British & Irish Lions Rugby Tour by Steinlager, New Zealand’s leading beer and sponsor of the All Blacks, and Guinness, sponsor of the British & Irish Lions. YOU NEED TO SEE THIS VIDEO!
Continue reading “CREATIVE CAMPAIGNS #34 – ‘Fight for Territory’ Steinlager and Guinness’ Lions Tour stunt”
Looking for a cosy spot to hide away from the weather and grab a bite to eat? Salt Cafe at WicorMarine Yacht Haven in Porchester, is so warm and inviting, here’s my delicious lunch review from my first visit. Continue reading “A cosy lunch at Salt Cafe”
GOGA! Downward facing…goat?🧘🏼♀️🐐🧘🏼♀️Recently I experienced goat yoga, aka goga, for the first time. Here’s a post that will help you find out more about this fun new variety of yoga, as well as including plenty of cute pygmy goat pictures!
Continue reading “Goga with Mucky Bucket Farm”
There’s nothing like a good nights sleep, and recently I had a wonderful bit of shut eye when I was invited* to experience the Hilton Hotel at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
Come take a peek at my room with its stunning view and comfortable bed…
Continue reading “A night at Hilton at the Ageas Bowl Southampton”
“After all this time?” said Dumbledore, “Always,” replied Snape. I am a Potterhead. I’ve loved the story since my Aunt bought me the book back when it was first released and I still love it now.
The new films in the Fantastic Beasts series are no exception, and I like many other Harry Potter fans have been very excited about the new film.
When Showcase Cinema offered me* the chance to see Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald at a special preview event two days ahead of public release I literally fell off my chair, and for the rest of the day was absolutely beaming.
Here’s what I thought of the film, don’t worry there’s no spoilers, and the cinema.
Continue reading “The Crimes of Grindelwald at Showcase Cinema”
Embracing a vegan diet? If you’re on the south coast of England you need to know about a great option for eating out and sticking fully to the vegan way of life.
Cafe Thrive has become a staple on the Southampton foodie scene. It is making sure those opting for a vegan lifestyle have just as many options as other non-vegan establishments.
Continue reading “Vegan treats at Cafe Thrive”
This year I went pumpkin picking on a farm for the first time ever. There’s nothing better than spending time with friends and family and I couldn’t think of anything more seasonal to do!
Here’s a look at my afternoon spent in the field picking pumpkins – it will certainly give you an autumn boost as the pictures are rich in colour and sum up this time of year perfectly.
Continue reading “Pumpkin picking at Hollam Nurseries”
Are you feeling stressed? Floatation therapy could provide the perfect opportunity to rest, reconnect and recover away from the many expectations and pressures of life.
Limitless Float offers an experience where you spend time in a sensory deprivation pod floating your troubles away.
It’s just opened in Southampton and I was invited to spend an hour trying out floatation therapy.
Here are my thoughts on the latest stress buster that’s arrived in the city.
Continue reading “Rest, relax and recover at Limitless Float”
A new champagne pop up at the Emirates Spinnaker Tower is the toast of Portsmouth this summer.
Continue reading “Pop up the Spinnaker Tower for Champagne Sundays”
From the 10th to the 19th of February Southampton’s Westquay held a Festival of Light to celebrate the completion of the new phase of the development.
This blog post is full of pictures just incase you missed this event and you can look at my videos over on Instagram. Continue reading “If you missed it…Southampton’s Festival of Light”