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Ethical PR consultancy Greenhouse appoints ex-Bristol 2015 head of media to lead its city office

March 22, 2017
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Ethical PR consultancy Greenhouse appoints ex-Bristol 2015 head of media to lead its city office

Former Grayling associate director Helen Bell has joined specialist PR agency Greenhouse to head its Bristol office. Helen, pictured, who was also head of PR & media for Bristol 2015 Ltd – the company behind the city’s year as European Green Capital – arrives at Greenhouse as it continues...

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New creative director for digital marketing agency Bray Leino Yucca

March 21, 2017
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New creative director for digital marketing agency Bray Leino Yucca

Bristol-based digital and direct marketing agency Bray Leino Yucca has welcomed Justin Ballantine as a new creative director. Justin, pictured, has joined after more than six years working at employer branding specialist ThirtyThree in Bristol, where he was head of creative. At Bray Leino Yucca he will focus on creative...

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100% retention rate at Osborne Clarke for its spring qualifiers

March 17, 2017
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Bristol-based international legal practice Osborne Clarke has retained all its spring qualifiers, with the six trainees staying on as newly-qualified solicitors. They will be based across the firm’s three UK offices in Bristol, London and Reading. It is the third strong retention rate result in a row for Osborne Clarke. Last...

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More growth for Create Health as it settles into new city centre office

March 16, 2017
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More growth for Create Health as it settles into new city centre office

Specialist marketing agency Create Health has recruited two more staff as it continues to grow following its recent move into Bristol city centre. Senior account manager Anna Joseph and account manager Shane Adams have joined the healthcare marketing agency to work on its increasing roster of clients.  Create Health...

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Thrings builds for the future with appointment of six newly-qualified solicitors

March 15, 2017
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Regional law firm Thrings, which has an office in Bristol, has appointed six of its trainees as solicitors in line with its plans for sustained organic growth and an ongoing investment in its staff. The six, who have recently completed their two-year training contracts, will now work in the...

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Royal Town Planning Institute chartered member status achieved by Bristol planner

March 15, 2017
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Royal Town Planning Institute chartered member status achieved by Bristol planner

Alice Nunn, an in-house planner in the Bristol office of planning, design and regeneration consultancy Nash Partnership, has been elected as a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). Her election increases the Bath-based practice’s complement of chartered town planners to four. To gain membership, Alice, pictured, had...

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Investment team head promoted to lead Savills’ Bristol office

March 14, 2017
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Investment team head promoted to lead Savills’ Bristol office

National property agency Savills has promoted director Paddy Hales to become head of its Bristol office. Paddy, pictured, takes over the role from Peter Clayton, who has been at the helm for the past three years. Peter will continue to lead Bristol’s retail team. Paddy joined Savills in 2005...

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Bristol’s innovation and creativity to be championed by new city’s new Lord-Lieutenant

March 10, 2017
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Bristol’s innovation and creativity to be championed by new city’s new Lord-Lieutenant

The new Lord-Lieutenant of Bristol, Peaches Golding OBE, has vowed to celebrate the “enterprise, innovation and creativity” of the city’s business community. Ms Golding, pictured, became the first black woman in the UK to become a Lord Lieutenant when she was appointed by the Queen to the historic role earlier this...

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Foot Anstey senior associate helps draw up crucial wills guidance for solicitors

March 10, 2017
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Foot Anstey senior associate helps draw up crucial wills guidance for solicitors

Holly Mieville-Hawkins, a specialist lawyer in regional law firm Foot Anstey’s Bristol, has helped draw up crucial new guidance for solicitors advising on issues regarding the wills of individuals who have lost mental capacity. The guidance is intended to speed up simple and straightforward requests to access a client’s...

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Clarke Willmott trainees take next steps on career ladder

March 10, 2017
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Clarke Willmott trainees take next steps on career ladder

Three trainees in the Bristol office of national law firm Clarke Willmott are celebrating becoming fully qualified solicitors. Rebecca White, Moema Rosa and Josh Roberts have completed training with firm and will now become fully-fledged members of their respective teams. Rebecca joined Clarke Willmott in 2013 as a paralegal...

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Retail leisure & restaurants appointment at Fleurets’ Bristol office

March 9, 2017
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Retail leisure & restaurants appointment at Fleurets’ Bristol office

Leisure property specialist Fleurets has appointed Kevin Conibear as head of retail leisure & restaurants based in its Bristol office. Kevin, pictured, who has been promoted from senior associate, will lead the firm’s national activity in the restaurant sector and its involvement in urban retail leisure markets. He joined...

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Lambert Smith Hampton grows its Bristol valuation team with surveyor appointment

March 7, 2017
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Lambert Smith Hampton grows its Bristol valuation team with surveyor appointment

The Bristol office of national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has appointed a new surveyor to its expanding valuation division. Roseanne Falconer, pictured, an RICS registered valuer, will focus on development appraisals and investment property for secured lending purposes in her new role. She will work in...

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Bristol marketing agency boss takes up baton as Bath Festivals chief executive

March 3, 2017
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Bristol marketing agency boss takes up baton as Bath Festivals chief executive

Classical singer-turned-Bristol media agency boss Ian Stockley was today appointed as the new chief executive of Bath Festivals as it prepares for its new flagship festival of music and literature for the city. Ian, pictured, was initially a trustee of Bath Festivals, then chaired the strategic advisory group looking at the future...

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