Archive for September, 2015

 

September 28th, 2015

Enjoy A ‘Go Slow’ At Italy’s First Dedicated Sustainable Tourism Festival

Head to the green heart of Tuscany over the weekend of October 9-11, reconnect with nature and take advantage of an array of activities sprinkled throughout the programme of the inaugural sustainable tourism festival, Slow Travel Fest (www.slowtravelfest.it) Three brilliant […]

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Langley Castle’s Dan Grigg Puts The ‘Oo’ Into Mushroom Month

September 28th, 2015

Langley Castle’s Dan Grigg Puts The ‘Oo’ Into Mushroom Month

Dan Grigg, executive head chef at 14th century Langley Castle, in Langley-on-Tyne, Northumberland, is putting the ‘oo’ into Mushroom Month with an amazing spin on the traditional dish of mushrooms on toast. Dan’s translation of this classic British dish really […]

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September 25th, 2015

Seeing The Light

This has been a month that’s sorted out the ‘men from the boys’ in a very big way – meaning that it’s become very apparent where to place our attention. Somewhat surprisingly, we’ve suddenly become big across the Pennines – […]

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September 20th, 2015

Awards, Overdue Breather & PR Washing

Another amazing week at Catapult Camp … and in the world beyond. That’s not to say it’s not been full-on and reasonably confusing … but that’s why PR is not about being stuck in a rut, or doing the same […]

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September 6th, 2015

Catapult MD To Launch New PR Guide In Leeds

Catapult PR’s managing director, Jane Hunt, will be speaking at her client, Gauntlet’s, first conference for its Appointed Representatives on Wednesday, as well as launching a training tool that she has created for AR use – a special PR Guide. […]

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September 4th, 2015

Was It Really Only A Four-Day Week?

Well, it might only have been a four-day week, but we’ve certainly crammed loads in! On Monday, it was great to hear o how much coverage we’d generated for the 100th anniversary of Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway … though I […]

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