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Public Sector Group Event - Best PR Campaigns

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Places available: 28
Date19 February 2013
Time17:45 - 19:00
LocationKindred Agency, 90 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9RA


Public Sector Group Meeting 



The first meeting of the PRCA Public Sector Group in 2013 will be held on 19th February, and with the awards season approaching, we’ll be looking at some of last year’s best campaigns.

Leonie Austin is Director of Communications at NHS Blood and Transplant, and will be talking to us about their PR Week Award-winning campaign for National Blood Week ( She’ll be joined by Linda McIntyre, Associate Director at Consolidated PR, who’ll be telling us more about their PRCA Award-winning campaign for the NHS Organ Donor Register in Scotland, The Gift of Life ( There’ll be plenty of time for questions and wider discussions afterwards, as well as crisps and wine.

The meeting will start at 5.45pm at Kindred’s offices, which are at 90 Long Acre (though the entrance is in Endell Street). Please RSVP to or book via the webstie if you’d like to attend!

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