"I started The Creation Station back in 2002 because it seemed that creativity was being squeezed out of every part of childhood. From results driven education, to time poor parents, there wasn't the opportunity for children to explore, discover and develop through creative activities.
I believed that my three children, as well as others, would benefit from hands on fun creative activities that inspired their imagination, unlocked their natural curiosity and nurtured their potential.
14 years on, I'm humbled that we've been able to help inspire over 250,000 children and families through our award winning hands on creative classes, birthday parties, after school clubs and events. I have been able to achieve this with thanks to an amazing team of Creation Station franchise owners and a great head office aka 'Creative Hub' team that I have the privilege to work with. Our 97 franchise owners provide the fun and educational experiences across the UK and in Southern Ireland, they all come from a wide range of backgrounds but share the same core values and want to help nurture the wonder within each child.
Here’s a little snapshot of our 'Inspiring Imaginations' conference and our award winning franchise owners.
14 years on, I feel even more passionate about what we do, and hugely grateful to all those who help make the magic happen. If you would love to find out about the award winning classes, parties or events visit
www.thecreationstation.co.uk and find you nearest fun Creation Station leader or drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s to inspiring futures
Founder & Muma of The Creation Station Ltd
Winner Best Creative Play Award 2015
Winner Entrepreneur of the year 2013
Finalist Business Woman Of The Year 2012
Winner Best Franchisee Marketing Support 2012
Winner Best Woman Franchisor UK 2011
Winner ‘Crème de la Crème’ Business Award 2011
Winner 'Best Interactive Business' Award 2011
Finalist ‘Extraordinary Woman of the Year’ 2011
Business Woman of the Year 2009 - Women of Achievement Awards Leicestershire