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Sunny days at Goodwood Festival of Speed

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Just had to share a couple if images from the amazing Goodwood Festival of Speed which I dropped in on a couple of weeks ago - click here to view!

Held at the beautiful Goodwood estate near Chichester, this is a four day extravaganza of cars, bikes and aeroplanes of every shape and size and is billed as the largest motoring garden party in the world. Although it is worth getting there pretty early to avoid the entrance queues (it took me 40 minutes to enter the car park and then it is some walk!....), it is a great day out and appeals to petrol heads and families alike. Really recommend you check it out next year - the dates will be on the website in the next month apparently.

I had a few good conversations with classic car clubs to introduce them to the concept of our collages which work really well for people with passions - if you have got a collection of anything from Ford Anglias to Ferraris, why not send us your pictures (www.collagecompany.co.uk) and we will create a magical collage that can be hung on the wall to enjoy even when your prized machines are tucked up safely in their garages

If you have memories you would like to see beautifully framed and hanging on a wall, please contact us for some inspirational ideas.  Just because the sun is hiding, doesn't mean your precious photos should do the same.


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Emmy Watt set up ‘The Collage Company’ in 2010 after finding a gap in the digital photographic market. Instead of creating photo books, which end up on the shelf along with long-forgotten photo albums, they wanted to find a way of getting all your favourite photos out on show and still produce a quality product. Taking their marketing and design experience they have taken the traditional collage idea into the 21st century...


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