In this week’s episode we welcome a new team member, shout about a campaign, show you how you can make a 19th century church your home and give you tips on how to become our next intern.
We start with a big warm welcome to our newest recruit, Junior Account Executive Aiobhinn Cullen. Aiobhinn has been interning with us for the past three months and impressed the team with her can do attitude and excellent communication skills.
We all know someone that has had a touch of the sniffles recently and last Christmas saw over 100,000 people in the UK affected by winter bugs, 72% higher than 2011. The Care Inspectorate, Scotland’s largest regulator of care services in Scotland, has now launched a campaign to help people take extra precautionary measures to avoid spreading these infections especially when visiting family and loved ones in care homes. The regional roll out for the campaign secured fifteen pieces of major coverage across Scotland, including the Perthshire Advertiser, Brechin Advertiser and Arbroath Herald to name a few.
Ever fancied making a church your home? Property buyers now have a chance to do so after a quirky 19th century church in the highlands has come on the market through land and property agents, Bell Ingram. Ideal for people looking to transform an 1800’s building into a unique home, South Laggan church in the village of Invergarry has been featured in The Scotsman, Press and Journal and The Metro and for £90,000 is an absolute steal.
Some of you may have seen on our facebook page that we are looking for interns to join the team on some of the exciting projects we are working on. If you’re looking for an internship then look out for our facebook and twitter pictures this week, which give advice from the team on how to stand out from the crowd. To apply for an internship with us email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org