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Snow White breaks Box Office Records at the Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl


Connected with their community


Just over four years ago, Axminster Tools & Machinery opened a new store at the Valegate Retail Park - the most recent of eight stores operating across the UK. Since then, Store Manager Lee Parfitt and his enthusiastic team have shaped the store to become a hub of the local community, helping establish a loyal customer base of thousands across Cardiff and beyond. “Although


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Te doors have closed on the Grand Pavilion in Porthcawl’s most successful pantomime season ever with almost 18,000 tickets sold. Richard Hughes, Chief Executive of Awen Cultural Trust said “Snow White has broken all previous box office records during its four week run, much to our delight. Our competitively priced tickets have been extremely popular with patrons this year and the take up from schools has been extremely high”. Stephen Boden, Managing Director of Imagine Teatre says “each year the reputation of the Grand Pavilion panto has been growing and to have more people than ever before seeing the show


is fantastic to see, and down to the great reputation that the pantomime and the venue have”. Te audience reviews on social media were full of praise for the show. Te Grand Pavilion is managed by Awen Cultural Trust, a registered charity, in partnership with Bridgend County Borough Council. Awen has already announced their 2020 panto - Aladdin, making wishes come true. Aſter such a smash hit this season it is recommended you book early to avoid disappointment. For more information or to book tickets contact the Grand Pavilion box office on 01656 815995 or visit www. grandpavilion.co.uk


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trades, much of our success has been achieved through making sure we really connect with our local communities. Tis has meant reaching out to schools, clubs, charities and organisations such as the scouts, and offering training, advice or simply the use of our facilities here in the store,” says Lee. “We also host our own carving club which now has over 30 members and in December, held a Christmas makers market in store with more than a dozen local craſters enjoying the opportunity of promoting and selling their goods free of charge. “Word of mouth is still our most important way of marketing the store and we keep providing good


reasons for visitors and customers to tell others about us. We’re always looking to create a buzz of activity in store and we’d


welcome any ideas on how we can support our community through the skills, space and resources we have to offer.’


The Grand Pavilion, The Esplanade PORTHCAWL, Wales, CF36 3YW


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