PGL Liddington - Case Study

PGL Liddington - Case Study

Have you heard of PGL before? PGL Travel is a provider of school activity courses and summer camps of children in the UK! We recently facilitated their colour run at PGL Liddington and they kindly sent over some feedback and photos of their colourful day! 

Who are PGL and what do you do?

For young people, teachers, group leaders and parents, PGL is the UK’s leading outdoor education provider, delivering inspirational learning through adventure.
We specialise in educational activity coursesresidential school tripsFrench Language courseschildren’s activity holidayssummer camps and secondary school ski trips, with centres in the UK and France.
Since 1957, we’ve grown enormously because we’re passionate about what we do. We listen to our customers and continually invest and innovate to provide the very best combination of adventure activities, courses, equipment, accommodation, food, and service. But the real PGL difference is in our people. We love what we do, and it shows. We know how to bring out the best in young people to make those memories of success that will last a lifetime.

Where did you hear of or discover MoC?

I have never run a colour run before so I just typed it into google as had a look at what came up. Ministry of Colours was the third website I looked at.

What caught your eye when you visited our website?

 Pure colour! I liked that there was videos instead of pictures for your sections. It felt more real. The site was very simple to work with and everything was written in a way that anyone could understood.

 Why did you need the products you purchased?

To run a colour run we needed colour! So I worked out how much I needed for my event, chose the colours and purchased what my event needed.

What made you choose MoC over the competition?

Prices and friendly staff. I could not have done it without their help and guidance. The prices were cheaper than most of the other suppliers too, and you also get quality and quantity.

How did you use the products and how did the day go?

The colour powders were placed into white buckets at each colour station. I had staff members throw the colour powders at the runners whilst they were doing their activities.

Did you receive any feedback regarding the products you used? What are your thoughts on the products you purchased since using them?

Green is apparently the hardest colour to wash off. Every other colour was fine. The packaging was okay, purchasing and delivery all went well too.

Would you recommend MoC to others?

Definitely! The event went really well and I will happily use this company again for any other colour runs/events that I do.

We're so pleased that everyone enjoyed their Colour Run day at PGL Liddington and absolutely loved looking through their photos. If you've hosted a colour event recently and want to be featured in our blog section, get in touch!