Record numbers of volunteers and coaches attended the roadshows organised by our client Tennis Wales, which toured the country through October.
The roadshows visited nine venues – Newtown, Colwyn Bay, Wrexham, Haverfordwest, Brecon, Newport, Swansea, Penarth and Taffs Well.
Our racing driver, Ben Power, set his third track record of the season, when he competed in the National Legends Car Championship at Pembrey.
However, Ben, aged 24, from Guilsfield, near Welshpool, missed out on championship honours, as the title was secured by defending champion Dean Brace. But the results did extend second-placed Ben’s lead over third-placed James Holman in the championship.
Huge congratulations and a sad farewell to our Allie Lawson, who has left us to pursue her career with BT in London.
Allie, who was communications consultant with us for more than 18 months, has joined BT Business as a marketing manager, particularly working in marketing to small and medium-sized enterprises.
Well done, us! We’ve won a gold-standard award in the latest BestFor PR awards.
We were adjudged to have progressed since last year, when we won a gold Wales ‘regional’ award as well as silver awards for our work in the sport and public services sectors. This year, the awards are for overall performance – with gold representing the highest level of achievement.
Our client Tennis Wales is taking to the road this month to meet players, coaches, officials and volunteers throughout the country.
The Tennis Wales Roadshows, which begin in Newtown on October 7, will bring tennis people up to date with news and information from Tennis Wales and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) as well as other partners.