This week we’ve got news of a whisky distillery that is set to be bottling again after 500 years, a jewellery launch at one of Glasgow’s most stunning venues and plus news of new clients and new staff at Holyrood PR.
First up, the “spiritual home of Scotch whisky” is set to open its doors once more, more than 500 years after the first drop was distilled. Lindores Abbey in Newburgh on the north coast of Fife is widely regarded as the first place that whisky was made by monks back in 1494 for King James IV. Now land and estate experts Bell Ingram have been appointed to help to bring the Abbey and surrounding area back to life through the creation of a whisky distillery and visitor experience.
From whisky to diamonds, with the launch of a unique boutique jewellery store opening at The Corinthain Club in Glasgow. Sheenashona, who specialises in boutique diamond and pearl designs, unveiled its first ever retail store at the boutique bar and officially launched itself last weekend with a glitzy launch event. Complete with its own fully serviced champagne and cocktail bar, as well as stunning décor the venue will create the ultimate boutique shopping experience for customers, allowing them to try on the jewels with a glass of bubbly.
And finally some new updates here at Holyrood PR with news of a new campaign for previous client Cuckoo’s bakery and the launch of its Halloween cupcakes, plus a new addition to the team. Irish PR and social media whizz kid Andrea Willoughby has joined us as a junior account executive this week.
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