We can tell YOUR story....
Cumbria PR exists to promote all that's best about the Lake District and beyond.
We work with enterprises large and small to highlight what they are doing well and to reach the audiences that matter.
Communication is crucial to business success and an effective campaign requires enthusiasm, clarity, creativity and experience, all of which we can offer. Let us give your success stories the impact they deserve.
You might have stayed at the Cedar Manor Hotel, and you must visit Rydal Mount where William Wordsworth lived for most of his life. You'll know the wonderful Heaton Cooper Studio in Grasmere, where there's now a divine cafe, Mathilde's. And in Ambleside, you'll have dined at Zeffirellis, and watched a film there.
But Cumbria PR also works behind the scenes, with a range of businesses from marketing to mountain safety.
Effective media relations
This montage of press cuttings was created for an exhibition in Wray Castle to celebrate the achievements of the Windermere Reflections project. All the material here came from the Cumbria PR desk
Clarity, not confusion
Visitors will be heading back to the Lake District this summer wondering what to expect. What will be open? What will they be able to do? Messages from government have been riddled with confusion, so YOU need to tell YOUR clients and customers how they will be welcome and what their experience will be like. We can help with clear communication, with direct messages for your website and your social media platforms, so that YOUR visitors will have a happy holiday.
Cumbria PR worked with Cedar Manor Hotel to organise a one-day conference on sustainable tourism. Travel writers and academics heard presentations from Gill Haigh, the MD of Cumbria Tourism; Sarah Swindley of the Lake District Foundation; and Andrea Nicholas of Green Tourism UK. The keynote speakers were climate change campaigner Ashley Cooper, the photographer and author of Global Warming Images; and Kate Rawles, the adventure environmentalist who has cycled the length of South America (on a home-made bamboo bike) looking at the impact of eco decisions and policy.