We are delighted to be helping to fund and organise the second CultureFest in Oswestry, which will be held across Oswestry town centre on Saturday 18th August 2018 (10 – 3pm) and will run alongside the Shropshire Produce Market. CultureFest activities will be focused on Bailey Head and Bailey Street.Set to Celebrate Oswestry’s Cultural Diversity with a Festival…Read More
We are deilighted to support the Oswestry and Border Counties Advertizer’s ,Community and Business Awards for the second year running. Once again this year, the Jools Payne Partnership is lending its support to this important event in Oswestry’s calendar by sponsoring the Small Business Award. The Awards, in partnership with Oswestry Town Council, aim to highlight…Read More
We were pleased to partner with Fairness, Respect, Equality Shropshire (FRESh) and the British Institute of Human Rights in partnership with Shropshire Council’s Community Enablement team, to bring the annual Human Rights Tour to Oswestry yesterday. The event raised awareness about human rights and their relevance in rural life and provided a space for lively debate…Read More
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The Millennium Commission’s £5m refurbishment of c13th Muncaster Castle in West Cumbria demanded a potent mix of all our PR, event management and media relations ...Read More
The Council was totally satisfied with the production, its assembly and in particular the style of presentation. The resultant tri-ennial survey from CLG also showed …Read More