August 5, 2009 at 2:08 pm 1 comment

Ferry 1

As we have only just started our blog we thought we would put up some of the fun things we have been doing over the summer months  – think of it as the start of an episode of Lost! Previously on PPR…

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Naval Escort

We launched the new Higher Ferry in Dartmouth, it arrived up the River Dart with a full Naval escort – we know how to make an entrance!


We also got some behind the scenes shots of ferry owner, Richard Seton making his UK TV debut, click here to see it on the beeb!

Garden View

We had a journalist from the Observer stay at one of Farm Stay UK’s beautiful farms in Matlock Derbyshire – the ‘Farm’ comes complete with hot tub and sauna! See the full article here.


We had a fabulous time cooking with Badger Ales down at River Cottage, where we were joined by journalists from Beers of the World, Country Homes and Interiors, Daily Telegraph, Good Housekeeping, Guardian Unlimited, Fork and the Spectator. A great time was had by all, but don’t just take our word for it! Click here.

RHS Chelsea 2008

We had fun working with Dorset Cereals on the new ‘Cress Heads’ project, where children (and some adults!) had fun making short films with the Cress Heads made famous by Dorset Cereals’ Chelsea Garden from last summer.

We will keep updating our blog with what we’ve been getting up to so stay tuned for more, and to see more pics just click here

Entry filed under: Autumn 09.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Roberta  |  August 14, 2009 at 9:12 pm

    Very clever eggs… and lovely new office.


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