retail, small business, social media, websites

New website for Sea Kist

Antiques shop Sea Kist in South Queensferry has a new website - designed by The PR Store. The new site is now live at The PR Store replaced an old HTML website with a new offering (running on a WordPress content management system). The new, mobile-friendly site delivers news, photos, shop history and contact… Continue reading New website for Sea Kist

Books, health, websites

Katherine hopes new book will help people battling depression

A marketing consultant has told how her battle with depression prompted her to write a book to help others. Katherine James has created “The Story of Hope”. Although a piece of fiction, it includes practical advice for anyone struggling with mental health problems. The new book is being released to coincide with this year’s Mental… Continue reading Katherine hopes new book will help people battling depression

featured, tourism, websites

New apartment and music studio at Nether Kinneil Farmhouse

A COUPLE are expanding their tourism business – hoping the move will be “music to the ears” of future guests. Gina Young and husband Simon Stewart set up a bed and breakfast at Nether Kinneil Farmhouse, on the outskirts of Bo’ness, in 2015. Now they have expanded operations into two outbuildings – establishing a self-contained,… Continue reading New apartment and music studio at Nether Kinneil Farmhouse

Design, Technology, tourism, websites

Website revamp for Spoke ‘n’ Boot camping site

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

charities, featured, heritage, websites

Town’s “forgotten fallen” finally remembered

Falkirk’s “forgotten fallen” have finally been remembered. The names of more than 1650 servicemen and women have been added to the town’s war memorial in a £125,000 project, to be unveiled this weekend. The memorial, in the town’s Dollar Park, was first unveiled in 1926. Unlike other memorials, it didn’t individually name the locals who… Continue reading Town’s “forgotten fallen” finally remembered

charities, community, promotions, public relations, public sector, websites

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 – 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