The mists of change swirled around a lone Londoner as he ventured past Watford Gap and onwards towards the Yorkshire Dales. Prince Phil, the Kings eldest son, was on a quest, a quest to provide world class digital solutions to the gentle and kind folks of Yorkshire and beyond.
Whilst on his quest Prince Phil was tired and one night stopped for shelter in the beautiful Swaledale hills. Here Phil met a friendly Yorkshire Knight known locally as Allan the Brave. Prince Phil and Allan the Brave had an idea, why not set up a digital agency that would be well known across the lands! They would call this adventure Purple and they would create websites as beautiful as any fair maiden and logos as pretty as princesses!
Now that the duo had an idea they needed somewhere to set up their office, out of nowhere a shimmering Yorkshire Fairy appeared, the men were startled but she said: “Do not be afraid, follow the bubbling river swale into and beyond the town of Richmond and your offices await.” Prince Phil and Allan the brave followed the fairies instructions and arrived at the majestic Aske Stables.
Phil and Allan spent many happy years helping the lovely folk of Yorkshire with websites, graphic design and technology and they slowly and carefully built up their reputation and client base until they needed more magical people to help them on their journey.
The Purple adventure now has ten Purple Pixies working away, helping not only the people of Yorkshire but companies all across the country, with digital marketing, websites and so much more.
All the way through this adventure, they’ve been helping out the Firecracker fairies each year doing whatever they can to help with this exciting and magical event.
Prince Phil, Allan the Brave and the Purple pixies all love what they do, offering magical digital fairy dust to everyone they meet. The Purple Adventure, although seven years long, is still really only just beginning and the future is looking sparkly and filled with Purple promise.