An Olympic Feast!

We recently hosted a special dinner for visually impaired Olympic Torchbearer, Nick Thomas.

Nominated by RNIB Cymru to carry the flame in Caernarfon, for inspiring young people facing sight loss, Nick was unsuccessful in bidding for London 2012 tickets, so Blanket Communications organised a team of local businesses to support Nick to fulfil his dreams.

Thomas Carroll invited Nick and his wife Marie to watch the Brazil v Egypt Olympic football game at the Millennium Stadium and the Royal Hotel provided a 2 night stay.

Purple Poppadom hosted a special dinner on the eve of the game for Nick, his wife, Thomas Carroll, RNIB Cymru and CIB and at the end of the evening we were honoured to make a donation to Cardiff Institute for the Blind to continue the work they do.

The team at PP were very excited to be able to hold the Olympic Torch which Nick kindly brought to the restaurant and caused a real buzz amongst our guests.

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