charities, community, promotions, public relations, public sector

Community campaign wins gold award

COMMUNITY councillors in West Lothian are celebrating this week – after a campaign to boost their profile won a top award. They took gold in the best community campaign category of the Scotland PRide Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). Adrian Mahoney of The PR Store – the Bo'ness agency which… Continue reading Community campaign wins gold award

charities, community, promotions, public relations, public sector

First Minister’s praise for website

FIRST Minister Jack McConnell has praised a pioneering internet project. He has written to West Lothian Association of Community Councils to congratulate everyone involved in the launch of their website – http://www.yourcommunitycouncil.co.uk The portal was launched earlier this year, with information, news and contact details for more than 30 community councils across West Lothian. It… Continue reading First Minister’s praise for website

public relations

PR Store boss now ‘accredited practitioner’

THE boss of The PR Store is now an Accredited Practioner with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). Adrian Mahoney gained the honour after successfully completing three years' continuous professional development through the CIPR's Developing Excellence programme. He is now able to use the CIPR Accredited Practitioner logo on stationery and his business card.… Continue reading PR Store boss now ‘accredited practitioner’

community, promotions, public relations, public sector, social media

PR Store campaign shortlisted for top award

A CAMPAIGN to promote community councils in West Lothian has been shortlisted for a top award. The drive - to make the local groups more accessible and accountable - has been nominated for a PRide Award, the "Oscars" of the public relations world. The contest is run by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR)… Continue reading PR Store campaign shortlisted for top award

community, promotions, public relations, social media

Callum becomes community councils’ poster child

LITTLE Callum Reid has become a pin-up - at the tender age of two. The toddler from Adambrae, Livingston, is currently starring in a new poster and leaflet campaign to promote community councils in West Lothian, Scotland. His baby face can be seen in shops, libraries and supermarkets across the district. "We really wanted to… Continue reading Callum becomes community councils’ poster child