Thursday, 30 July 2009

Whitehouse Deli fills up Whitley Bay

Having the same thing for lunch everyday can be uninspiring but the newly opened Whitehouse Deli in Whitley Bay has scrumptious sandwiches and tasty treats to liven up our lunchtimes.

Open from 7.45am Monday-Friday and 8.45am on Saturdays the deli offers bacon butties for breakfast as well as a whole range of sandwiches, paninis, jacket potatoes and sweet treats available throughout the day.

They deliver to most of the region and offer corporate packages for meetings and events.

For more information check out the website at http://www.whitehousedeli.co.uk/ (oh and let us know what you think, we designed it!)

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

It's a tough job, but someone has to do it


Working in PR definitely has its perks. This week we went to the official opening of Brasserie Caprice, a new restaurant in Whitley Bay.

We've been working hard on the launch of the restaurant, handling the design and build of the website, as well as all the PR, marketing and advertising.

The night was a great success with over 80 local foodies and members of the press attending and we had a brilliant time hanging out by the champagne fountain!

Log onto http://www.brasseriecaprice.co.uk/ to check out the continental menu and keep an eye out for wine tastings and special events.

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Osborne Dental has something to smile about


We always encourage our clients to enter awards schemes as they offer great opportunities for positive press and Osborne Dental has proved us right this week, receiving double recognition from the British Dental Association Good Practice Scheme.

The dental group, which is preparing for expansion in September, recieved awards for both it's Jesmond and Stanley practices, for commitment to good practice and high standards.

Principal dentist, Onkar Dhanoya is really pleased with the recognition- and it's given me the motivation I need to complete the PRide awards application that's sitting on my desk!

Monday, 13 July 2009

I survived!



Well I managed to complete the 5k Race for Life in just under 30 minutes yesterday which is a great achievement for someone who doesn't run!

Thanks to everyone who sponsored me (or have said they are going to!). It was a great day and it is estimated that £257,000 was raised for Cancer Research by the 5,000 women who took part. It was really touching to see so many women out in force in Newcastle and how many people had been touched by cancer.

Next year the 10k then no problem!

Monday, 6 July 2009

She's off!


For anyone who knows me I hate running and don't usually get past three minutes on the treadmill without complaining so lord knows why I've signed myself up for my first ever race! I am more of a laze about and drink Sauvignon Blanc sort of person.
Well I do know - my mum and dad passed away with cancer recently so I'm going to do my bit and raise money for cancer research as well as getting healthy - it's only 5k after all and it will be ok! It takes place on Sunday 12 July at Exhibition Park in Newcastle so if anyone would ike to sponsor me see http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/samhook2
Thanks!