Posts Tagged: Events

Product Development

Product development is vital, and here at PTL towers we’re constantly looking to improve what we already have and invest in new stock for our customers.

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Save the Children International

Well that’s it, term’s over! #Christmas Jumper Day done, more money raised for Save the Children International, all incoming hampers from suppliers shared equally via raffle among all our staff, and generally feeling very grateful for our hardworking team and loyal, supportive clients.

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WOMAD ’18

WOMAD Portable Toilets POD

Want to go and see Leftfield perform their Leftism masterpiece all the way through, whilst having a one-hour Indian head massage and listening to a great talk by Touretteshero? Well, WOMAD is your kind of event!

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BST, Latitude & Kew ’18 – Music Events Series

The last week has been busy! The glorious summer weather continues, and with it the amazing music events series for which the UK has become synonymous.

 

Here at Portable Toilets Limited (www.ptl.uk.com) , we are very proud to call some of the biggest names in the event world our clients. These are global events in some of the most beautiful settings we have to offer.

Take Kew The Music for example. Set in Kew Gardens, the event sees relatively intimate audiences of the high thousands watching a diverse range of artists (think anything from Steps and Boyzone to The Human League and Jools Holland) for a week in July.

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Creamfields Steelyard

Steelyard Portable Toilets

Steelyard took place in London’s Finsbury Park last weekend, and www.ptl.uk.com were able to add it, yet again, to the ever-growing list of events to which we supply Portable Toilets.

A high energy, dance music event brought to you by the same team as Creamfields and the original club, Cream, over ten thousand people flocked to the industrial looking structure to dance (the early part of) the night away.

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BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend 18′

BBC Big Weekend Portable Toilets

What do Perth, Belfast, Swansea and Coventry have in common? Well, this last bank holiday, they all hosted amazing concerts, staged by the BBC, with all the world class talent you would expect to see when curated by the world’s most respected media operation.

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