Sponsors

Weird Triangle

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Weird Triangle is a Caerphilly based specialist design company offering a wide range of design services from clothes to print to screen and more! Craig and Raj are the official Caerphilly Comic-Con T-Shirt suppliers.

Website: www.weirdtriangle.com
Email: info@weirdtriangle.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/weirdtriangl3
Twitter: @weird_triangle

Santander Bank, Caerphilly Branch

Stephen Thompson, Branch Manager, is not only sending staff volunteers for setup and the day’s event. Caerphilly Santander will help to match donations raised over the Comic-Con weekend! This will be a fantastic boost for our chosen charity!


Maxime
We are over the moon to be joined by Gareth Sheward, Manager and his Maxime staff, who will are not only sponsoring one of the halls at Caerphilly Comic Con, they are also donating prizes to the schools competiton.

Maxime Cinema is an independent five screen cinema in the heart of the town of Blackwood. It offers the latest big releases at the price of only £3.50 a ticket, Monday-Sunday. We sell the best snacks at a great price, and you can even come to Roy’s Bar for a pint to take in to the screen with you. Enjoy the latest blockbuster in any of our five screens here at Maxime Cinema!


Dust & Things

“We love nothing more than designing and making one-of-a-kind, personalised gifts for special occasions.”

Dust and Things was created by Sian-Louise and Mike Chamberlain in the summer of 2013. From its humble roots in a spare bedroom in Cardiff, our company has grown into the business we always dreamt of. We are proud to be a specialist in our area of bespoke engraved gifts and feel fortunate that we get to help so many lovely customers be great gift-givers every day!

Why the name ‘Dust and Things’? – One day in a dark, cluttered shop in a Cardiff arcade, Sian-Louise had uncovered a trove of vintage childrens books, the pages of which she intended to re-work into useable envelopes. Walking outside, grinning, she concluded – ‘the shops that have the hidden treasures are always the ones that are full of dust…and things.’