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Rachel Thomson

Rachel Thomson

Rachel Thomson (16) won the Thomson Cooper West Fife Young Entrepreneur Award of 2012 with her quirky designs for T-shirts.

Thomson Cooper awarded Rachel a prize worth over £10,000 and Panoply Events was delighted to provide events management services as part of the prize package.  Rachel is pictured (right) wearing one of her creations.  Panoply Evens wishes Rachel every success in the future and looks forward to working with her.

Colm O'Brien

Colm O’Brien

Artist Colm O’Brien with Denise Gibbons, Panoply Events at the preview night of his exhibition “A Brush With Colours”.

Colm has a growing reputation for his trademark use of colour in his paintings which has grabbed the attention of art critics and collectors alike.

Scotland's Finest Woods Awards

Scotland’s Finest Woods Award 2012

Panoply Events was delighted to be involved with the Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards 2012 which took place at the Royal Highland Showground at Ingilston, Edinburgh.  The awards are designed to highlight the best in Scotland’s management of its woods and forests.

Edinburgh Society of Model Engineers

Model Engineers

After lunch at the Edinburgh School of Food and Wine, the children were treated to a few trips on a model steam engine courtesy of the Edinburgh Society of Model Engineers.

Jimmy Chisholm

Jimmy Chisholm

Actor, Jimmy Chisholm, was delighted to join children from the Sick Kids Hospital, Edinburgh at a cookery day hosted by the Edinburgh School of Food and Wine.

The children had great fun making their own pizzas and chocolate muffins – which they then had to eat for their lunch!

Global Girls Fund

Global Girls Fund

Trefoil sponsored a reception at the 34th World Conference of the Global Girls Fund held at Heriot Watt University in the presence of Her Royal Highness Princess Benedikte of Denmark (centre of picture).

Picture by Linda Mellor.


Trefoil, StockXchange and Panoply Events joined forces at a fundraising shopping evening for Trefoil at the StockXchange, Young Street, Edinburgh.   All parties involved gave their time free and Jane Robertson and Christine Hughes, Directors of StockXchange, donated a percentage of sales to Trefoil. The fizz was kindly donated by Le Di Vin, Edinburgh.

Fife-based photographer Linda Mellor captured the event superbly.

Cliff Thorburn

Cliff Thorburn

Chief Executive of Trefoil, David McArthur, OBE, and Denise Gibbons of Panoply Events met with Cliff Thorburn and welcomed him as the first ambassador for Trefoil.

The Princess Royal

Medical Research Scotland

Reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh in the presence of HRH the Princess Royal.

Children of Chernobyl

Children of Chernobyl

Denise Gibbons, Panoply Events and David McArthur Chief Executive of Trefoil, met 18 children from Chernobyl for lunch.

Trefoil sponsors university places for 2nd generation children who have been affected by the nuclear accident to be educated in their own area in professions beneficial to the people of Belarus.