Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Creative Circle Awards

Creatives from all agencies gathered together for last night's Creative Circle Awards at London's Roundhouse in Chalk Farm.

  • Fourth winner

    Fourth winner

  • Nick Gill

    Nick Gill

  • Creative Circle Awards

    Creative Circle Awards

  • Creative circle awards

    Creative circle awards

  • First winner

    First winner

  • Party goers

    Party goers

  • Creative circle judges table

    Creative circle judges table

  • tenth winner

    tenth winner

  • Rapier winner

    Rapier winner

  • Winner 14

    Winner 14

  • Ed Morris

    Ed Morris

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Winners picked up their gold awards from DJ and presenter Edith Bowen who hosted the event. Entertainment after the ceremony came from singer Paloma Faith who had a tough job on her hands trying to keep the attention of the excited creatives.

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