Posts Tagged ‘PR for food’

 
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 […]


August 4th, 2015

Langley Castle Transforms Afternoon Tea Week Into A Profumo-filled Affair »

  Luxurious Langley Castle, in Langley-on-Tyne, has started whispering about what it believes will be the most hedonistic afternoon tea experience in Britain for this year’s Afternoon Tea Week (August 10-16), as it wows with tastes and aromas and creates […]


Faith & Wise Use of Funding = Making Waves

May 7th, 2015

Faith & Wise Use of Funding = Making Waves »

A faith in an idea and a vindication of the decision on where to place funding is helping a client create waves around Britain and giving them a national, rather than just local, profile.   Our mission, when we were […]


New Campaign For Returning Client

March 20th, 2015

New Campaign For Returning Client »

We have a returning client this week and one that has already been a big hit with parenting, outdoor and travel writers.   The PR client in question is in Cumbria, where we have worked on public relations campaigns since […]


Catapult Looks to UK & European Growth

December 28th, 2014

Catapult Looks to UK & European Growth »

Catapult PR is gearing up for one of its busiest starts to a year since it was founded in March 1998, but is using this as an opportunity for expansion and product development.   The Lancashire-based PR consultancy has new […]


Catapult’s Versatility To Be Tested This Week!

June 1st, 2014

Catapult’s Versatility To Be Tested This Week! »

Expecting a busy week ahead, partly because there’s been so much material written lately that it’s all going to have to be issued, which then causes a snowball effect in PR, because it results in on-going activity with journalists around […]


Catapult Celebrates Tasty New Client!

May 23rd, 2013

Catapult Celebrates Tasty New Client! »

Really delighted to be taking on a tasty new client this week … with a brand to match.  It’s not that often that something catches my eye to the extent that I think that I must have it on board, […]


Food Glorious Food  … Theme of the Week At Catapult!

May 16th, 2013

Food Glorious Food … Theme of the Week At Catapult! »

Selling myself is something I do far too little of, but having followed the tweets of someone for a while now, I last week decided to get in touch and be ‘entrepreneurial’, suggesting to this person that there was something […]


Lots of Ideas Brewing For New Client

May 4th, 2013

Lots of Ideas Brewing For New Client »

Catapult has a new client for May 2013, which it has to be said is just our cup of tea, with two sugars, sugar bowl, china cups, teapot and some fabulous tasting Lake District cakes and preserves for good measure!   […]


And So This Is Christmas – And What Have You Done?

December 22nd, 2012

And So This Is Christmas – And What Have You Done? »

“And so this is Christmas .. and what have you done?” Well, apart from changing colour, I’ve done enough to not hate hearing this song for probably the first year ever! 2012 has been a fantastic year for both myself […]