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Proud to be part of the Katie Piper Foundation Polo Day

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The Collage Company was proud to be involved in a great fund-raising day in support of an inspirational charity The Katie Piper Foundation organised under the auspices of the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club. Held in the beautiful surroundings of the Tally Ho Farm Polo (http:// near Ascot on a recent sunny Saturday, the Club’s Polo Festival Finals Day event was a sell-out! The day attracted a great crowd and raised much needed funds to support this amazing charity whilst offering a great day of fast and furious polo, buckets of Pimms, post frocks and fun!

Sometimes one comes across someone who is quite simply an extraordinary person and who touches our lives in a special way,. The work of this charity makes one realise just how lucky generally we all are in life and not to take it for granted.


Katie Piper started her foundation after surviving a brutal attack when she was just 24 years old which left her on life support and tragically burnt and scarred. Katie’s extraordinary determination and positive attitude allowed her to slowly recover and then led her to set up her charity in order to help others in a similar situation. The Foundation now helps improve outcomes for burns survivors and offers crucial support for fellow victims.

Do check out their website future fund- raising and more information about how you can support this wonderful cause.

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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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