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    Public relations & communications consultants based in Stroud, Gloucestershire

    Clear, concise, affordable PR: saying the right things to the right people at the right time

    Recent projects

    Viva working with mobile chemo charity
    We’re working with the amazing charity Hope for Tomorrow, which brings chemotherapy treatment closer to home for thousands of cancer patients
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    Viva helps SBN scoop Communicator-of-the-Year award
    As part of our commitment to supporting our local business community, Beth Whittaker volunteers to edit the newsletter and manage
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    New business support website goes live
    The new website for our client Wiltshire Council’s The Enterprise Network has now been launched. Designed and built to our
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    Supporting Gloucestershire businesses
    Gloucestershire Enterprise Ltd (GEL), a social enterprise which supports businesses of all sizes across the county with bespoke and off-the-shelf
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    Sharing our media expertise with local charities
    We’ve been invited to take part in another ‘speed networking’ event in Bristol, organised by the national charity The Media
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    Spreading the word about quality care
    Former social worker Vicky Hall set up her own home care business when she couldn’t find carers of the right
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    Supporting enterprise in Wiltshire
    A range of marketing materials to help spread the word about The Enterprise Network has been delivered on time and on
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    Live interviews
    We host seminars, run workshops and conduct live interviews at conferences, including the annual Gloucestershire Enterprising Women event which attracts hundreds
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    Winning national media coverage
    We are delighted to have helped our clients the College of Estate Management and the Ernest Cook Trust gain national
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    Legacy materials for a Defra-funded programme
    We helped seven Rural Community Councils produce films and ‘lessons learned’ as a legacy of the DEFRA-funded CASE programme, supporting social
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    Telling stories
    We supported Stroud Preservation Trust and Fair Shares Community Time Banks, helping them learn more about telling stories to engage with supporters and funders. As journalists,
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    Reviewing and re-writing website content
      We undertook a comprehensive review and re-write of an existing website for independent wedding celebrant Diana Saxby and her burgeoning business Grace
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    Public information for NHS dementia-friendly communities
    We worked with a dementia sufferer to develop information leaflets, posters and stickers supporting Dementia-friendly communities for Gloucestershire NHS Dementia
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    Reviewing communications priorities
    We worked with GAVCA, Gloucestershire’s leading training and support organisation for the voluntary and community sector, to review its communications priorities. This
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    Sharing our knowledge
    Our experience running workshops sharing our PR skills with charities and small businesses is in demand! We run PR workshops
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    High-end commemorative brochure production
    We researched, wrote and project-managed a high-quality commemorative booklet for education charity the Ernest Cook Trust to mark its Diamond Jubilee.
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    National BBC radio coverage for fostering
    BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour featured interviews with three sisters, who are all foster carers employed by clients Community Foster Care, for Foster
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    Sustainable homes media coverage
    We worked with Gloucestershire developers Colburn, who are committed to building sustainable homes, resulting in great coverage. Finding a strong news angle
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    Two websites for innovative Somerset farmers
    We helped Somerset farmers Nick and Claire Bragg plan and design their new website and advised on social media. Now
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    Supporting community groups
    We worked with community groups in Chipping Campden to help them promote the Cotswolds’ very own Olimpick Games . We passed
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