On Thursday 11th October Stone Gallery Camberley opened it's doors to the public for the first time and celebrated there grand opening in style with a 1940s singing band and WWII catering. The evening started off great with a well known famous guest opening the new showroom with some style, Amanda Lamb well known for being the main presenter of the Channel 4 program A Place In The Sun and the main role in the Scottish Widow Adverts very kindly wanted to cut the ribbon with owner Clive Blythe in front of invited customers, Ceramic Tile Warehouse and Stone Gallery staff.
After photographs from selected press and our advertising company PMW Projects, two WWII singers dressed in 1940's uniform sung traditional military songs while clients and prospected customers were handed retro canapes and a selection of beers and wine.
The evening was topped off with a competition to win a Spitfire flying experience. all the entry tickets were placed in a hat and the lucky winner was read out by Clive. The prize went to Bill who owns our most popular supplier of stone. Kind of fitting i suppose, seeing that 90% of the Stone Gallery showroom has been supplied by Bill's company.