Bo'mains Farm Bed and Breakfast - located between Bo'ness and Linlithgow in central Scotland - has a new website. It was developed by the local firm The PR Store. The Farm offers seven rooms for guests - four in the main Farmhouse and a further three in Kirkland House next door. The properties are just… Continue reading New website for Bo'mains Farm B&B
A "glamping" business near Falkirk has refreshed its website with the help of The PR Store. Spoke 'n' Boot - offering camping pods and facilities close to the Falkirk Wheel - was given a new online look by the Bo'ness agency. The new site was launched recently. Sandra Morrison, who runs Spoke 'n' Boot with… Continue reading Website revamp for Spoke ‘n’ Boot camping site
Local firms employed to carry out Dollar Park project Work is underway to extend and refurbish Falkirk’s War Memorial in Dollar Park. New structures are being installed on site to properly list the names of the local men who died in both the first and second World Wars. The current war memorial – unlike other… Continue reading Work underway on war memorial revamp
THE PR Store regularly designs newsletters, annual reports and other publications for a range of clients. You’ll find more samples in the design section of this site. You’ll find more samples in the design section of this site.
THE PR Store regularly plans integrated campaigns to help clients. As part of our support for Big Roman Week (a local community festival) we wrote, designed and produced a dedicated website – http://www.bigromanweek.org.uk – planned an active Twitter and Facebook campaign, did some media relations, designed street banners and produced the flyers and print material.… Continue reading Delivering integrated campaigns
A NEW publication is highlighting West Lothian’s strategic position at the heart of Scotland. Property Matters has been produced by West Lothian Council to attract new companies to the area. The eight-page magazine – designed by The PR Store – is being distributed with the November edition of Business Insider magazine. Councillor Willie Dunn, the… Continue reading Magazine puts area on the map
THE centre helping small businesses across Falkirk district has notched up a record year. In its annual report Falkirk Enterprise Action Trust says it helped more than 280 businesses to start-up during 2002/2003 - creating nearly 500 new jobs. The figure - the highest in FEAT's 20-year history - was revealed at the organisation's annual… Continue reading Record ‘FEAT’ for Enterprise Trust