This week’s episode of Holyrood PR TV brings you a heart-warming tale of love blossoming in an unlikely place and the less happy news of the experts helping fight devastating tree blight. We round it up with this week’s recommends, which is decidedly Frisky!
First up, the worrying news that an unpleasant parasite is threatening Scotland’s larch tree population. Our client Bell Ingram is leading the fight to tackle the devastating fungus and already heavyweight media including Scotland on Sunday and The Herald have dedicated major coverage in reporting the firm’s role protecting Scotland’s natural heritage.
Finding true love later in life are Anne Adams, 64, and 70-year-old John Kinsman. After meeting six years ago, they took the decision to move in together in 2011.
Their new home is in sheltered housing, run by our client Bield, one of Scotland’s best-known care and housing providers, and the couple love their new home so much they decided it was the ideal place to tie the knot – and also to celebrate both their stag and hen parties. Business support manager Kathy Crombie explains how the loving couple perfectly sum up Bield’s entire ethos
Coverage of Anne and John’s happy union is among a raft of positive press for Bield in the past week, with assorted articles on a variety of topics in the Edinburgh Evening News, the West Lothian Courier and the Dunfermline Press.
Frisky by name, frisky by nature – that’s this week’s Holyrood Recommends.
If you’re planning a hot date, you could do a lot worse than suggesting a trip to frozen yoghurt specialist, Frisky, which has just opened its second Edinburgh branch in Forrest Road.