Hampshire Flag Company was in the limelight when BAFTA selected them to produce flags for the Philips British Academy Television and Television Craft Awards Nominees Party.
The party was held at Coutts & Co on the Strand in anticipation of the Awards. Juliet Stevenson, Anna Maxwell Martin, Rob Brydon and cast members from Downtown Abbey and The Only Way is Essex (who took the You Tube Audience Award home on Sunday) were amongst the guests in attendance.
Natalie Moss, Partnerships Manager and Event Producer at BAFTA said, “Hampshire Flag pulled out all the stops to produce BAFTA branded flags which looked incredible in-situ and had the head-turning effect we wanted.”
Managing Director of the Waterlooville firm, Graham Wilkinson, said, “It is wonderful to have manufactured flags for BAFTA and to have them flying on the Strand. The projects we undertake are often varied, diverse and exciting and this was no exception!”
Hampshire Flag’s team of 22 produces hand-sewn national and international flags and digitally printed banners. It also offers a bespoke flag design service, PVC banners, marine flags, bunting, table flags, exhibition graphics and event systems in addition to the supply and installation an extensive range of flagpoles.
Its prestigious portfolio of clients includes Selfridges, the BBC, Channel 4, Portsmouth Football Club, IBM and British Airways. The multi-award winning firm provides on-going support for various charities and expeditions including Action for Kids, Samaritans and for swimmer and environmentalist Lewis Pugh’s on-going feats.