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Blog Posts: November 2008

Friday November 21, 2008 at 9:39am
Always keen to get the most from their assets Ryanair were determined to squeeze more use from their new service hangar being built by Kier at Stanstead airport. This resulted in a plan to accommodate just the nose or tail of extra aircraft 'poking into' the side of the huge building - thus being able to stable more aircraft than usual at any time! The success of this was dependant on providing a suitable weather-tight seal around the aircraft fusalage while in posistion. Specialist engineering ....
Friday November 14, 2008 at 11:06am
Once more the BBC called on Imagine Inflatables to provide a giant inflatable Pudsey Bear as a focal point for the Children In Need Night. With the studio set up at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff the event was hosted by John Barrowman and featured acts such as the Stereophonics. The audience could not fail but be impressed by the 27 feet high inflatable Pudsey Bear that greeted them!!
Sunday November 9, 2008 at 8:39am
Carnaby Street in London took on a different look throughout the festive season with 16 giant inflatable snowmen looming over the shoppers passing by underneath! Specialist design agency James Clancy Design chose Imagine Inflatables to supply the cold air filled units as part of their festive makeover of the world famous shopping street. The late night installation process caused quite a stir - amazing passers by who stopped, stared and took loads of photos!! The spectacle continued throughout t....
Saturday November 8, 2008 at 9:50am
Once again this years' Lord Mayors' Show in London saw Imagine Inflatables supply impressive inflatable sculptures that stood out in the parade! The Tourist Board of Gibraltar required a giant inflatable model of the rock of Gibraltar to highlight and promote their 'Visit-Gibraltar' campaign. A suitably impressive inflatable unit was created of the rock mounted on a branded plinth, all being helium filled - to allow the bespoke rock sculpture to 'float' along the streets of London. Despite the v....
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