Our fabulous Kirkby Lonsdale hospitality client, the Sun Inn, has appointed a new head chef.
Joe Robinson will create the seasonal menus and lead the kitchen team at the Sun Inn, a two AA rosette restaurant and boutique inn.
One of the UK’s largest manufacturers of paracetamol-based products is set to significantly increase productivity after securing a £4.7million funding deal.
M&A Pharmachem Ltd manufactures pharmaceuticals and medical devices for medical staff around the globe to prescribe and use across the healthcare sector.
A popular independent coffee shop has been taken over by Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery and relocated to a new venue.
Kircabi Roasters has now moved from its shop on Main Street, Kirkby Lonsdale, around the corner to The Royal Barn.
We’re not normally ones to boast but, wow, what a superb few months of press coverage we’ve achieved for our client, SimpleTax.
As part of our PR services, we regularly send detailed PR evaluations and analysis to our clients. We do this to show the financial value of the publicity we have secured for them.
From December to February, SimpleTax, an Oldham-based accountancy software firm, has been featured in a range of publications and media platforms, including the Metro.
The Tigerlily Trust charity has announced its new patron – Real Housewives of Cheshire star, Leanne Brown.
Leanne, who hails from Barrow, will now act as ambassador for the charity in its work supporting bereaved parents who suffer the loss of their baby or child at any stage during pregnancy, following birth or later on in childhood.
Leanne’s personal experience of tragically losing three babies, combined with two close family member’s own losses, led to her involvement with the charity.
We know the press love a nice ‘good news’ story, especially when it’s about the growth and success of a local business. That’s exactly why we’ve enjoyed spreading the word about PMD’s phenomenal seven year success story.
The Oldham-based business finance firm recently celebrated its seven year anniversary, cementing itself as one of the biggest independent brokers in the UK.
We love all things PR, here at Bloomin’ Creative. But we’re proud of our roots, and our roots are in journalism.
That’s why it was especially nostalgic when we issued a press release for our client, property firm Mason Lord, to the newspaper both our director Danielle AND our new staff copywriter Colette cut their teeth on – the Southport Visiter (yep, spelt with an ‘e’ not an ‘o’ thanks to its interesting heritage as one of the oldest local newspapers in Britain!)
We had a really, really, really proud moment recently. Our client, The Crossing Point Cafe, won the gold award for ‘Independent Café of the Year’ at the Café Life Awards.
It was such a fantastic achievement and absolutely well-deserved, as owners John and Renata Strange have worked so hard to make the popular Kirkby Lonsdale café the very best it can be, and the award is testament to that.
But it wasn’t just winning the gold award that was amazing (even though it was pretty darn brilliant) – but The Crossing Point Café was also the only eatery in Cumbria to be shortlisted at the prestigious awards. This meant they were proudly representing the region at the awards down in London – what a fabulous achievement!