A collection of popular visitor attractions and businesses located in the village of Corris, a few miles north of Machynlleth in Mid Wales, has a new name, Corris Caverns.
The attractions include King Arthur’s Labyrinth, the nine Corris Craft Centre workshops, Corris Mine Explorers and The Welsh Legends Maze. The new Corris Caverns name brings together all these attractions on one site which shares free parking, a small play area, toilet facilities, café and a Welsh deli.
The site attracts around 80,000 visitors annually and employs more than 60 people during the season, most of whom live within 10 miles of Corris Caverns.
Whist the business is in its 41st successive year, it had its first change of ownership last year which provided the impetus to develop the idea of a collective name.
The new logo, which was developed in partnership with local design company Formation Creative, cleverly brings together different design elements from the individual attraction brands.
Shirley Owen, marketing manager, said: “We’re getting fantastic feedback. The collective name is really helping people to understand that there is so much to do and it all starts from the same place.
“Our leaflet this year includes all of the different brands but under the collective title of Corris Caverns. The new name not only places where we are geographically but is also a nod to the past with the whole area once home to the old Braich Goch slate caverns.”
Find out more at the new website, www.Caverns.Wales