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A-levels and the working world: a personal view from Holly Kersley

Leeds A-level student Holly Kersley reflects on her week's work placement here at Aberfield.

Hi. I’m Holly. I attend Sherburn High School sixth form and am currently studying media studies, ICT, sport studies and biology at A-level. My main interests at the moment in school are media and sport. During my media course this past year we’ve focused on the creative side of the subj...


Posted on Fri 7th Jul, 2017 in: Uncategorized by Admin

Aberfield gets on board with National Railway Museum

Hands-on engineering for all the family: Aberfield will be promoting the NRM's unique Future Engineers event in York, taking place this month

The National Railway Museum in York has appointed Aberfield to provide strategic and operational PR support for a week-long series of family-friendly events and activities later this month that will celebrate rail engineering past, present and future. 'Future Engineers' is a new annual fun, interact...


Posted on Wed 19th Oct, 2016 in: Public Relations, Uncategorized by Phil Reed

Aberfield lights the way with new client win

We always like to end the week on a high note! The great news to end this week is that we've been appointed by well-lit, the Huddersfield-based lighting and specialist LED supplier, to help launch its new range of crafted LED filament bulbs. We will implement a trade and consumer media relations ...


Posted on Fri 12th Aug, 2016 in: Public Relations, Uncategorized by Aberfield

Looking back at Black Friday & Cyber Monday week

As the chaos of Black Friday week comes to an end, I'm sure there will be shoppers sat at home happily watching their new TV, while Cyber Monday shoppers will be revelling in the bargain gifts they've got their hands on. As a tradition in America, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, marki...


Posted on Wed 9th Dec, 2015 in: Uncategorized by Louise ODonoghue

Will plummeting TV ratings force racing's sponsors to declare "they're off"??

The British Horseracing Authority has begun the tender process for a new terrestrial TV contract for racing and, given how the TV audience has been decimated over the past few years, the sport's key sponsors will be watching with interest!and not a little concern. Media coverage is an important f...


Posted on Tue 20th Oct, 2015 in: Uncategorized by Phil Reed

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