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Fabulous Teapot Trust fundraising by William Cuthill

Fabulous Teapot Trust fundraising by William Cuthill

The founder of Famous Publicity, Tina Fotherby, has been a supporter of the Teapot Trust for several years. Famous Publicity handles ad hoc pro bono projects on behalf of the charity’s founder Laura Young. The Teapot Trust assists children and young adults who are in hospital by providing art therapy which serves as a useful […]

28th June 2021
Do you have a pet prenup?

Do you have a pet prenup?

In recent years, society has increasingly normalised treating your pet like it’s your baby – and deservedly so.  Pet Instagram accounts are becoming increasingly popular – yes, my own dogs have one – and I must say, I think I spend more money on my dogs than on myself… Actually, I definitely do. Becoming ‘pet parents’ has become […]

21st May 2021
Our anti-slavery and human trafficking policy

Our anti-slavery and human trafficking policy

Policy statement Modern slavery is a crime resulting in an abhorrent abuse of the human rights of vulnerable workers.  It can take various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking.  We at Famous Publicity Ltd (the Company) have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and are committed to acting ethically and with […]

28th April 2021
The nostalgia of school trips

The nostalgia of school trips

The past year has been extremely difficult, particularly for those working in schools. Outings and sporting events have been cancelled, but with restrictions now easing, both students and teachers across the country can look forward to future school trips.  The next step in the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, taking effect from May 17th, will see […]

27th April 2021
The hidden benefits of hospitality

The hidden benefits of hospitality

I don’t know about you, but now that we can dine outdoors at restaurants and meet a group of friends, I’ll be brunching every day for the foreseeable future. But brunch isn’t really about the sustenance, is it? I am not going to deny the delicious nature of brunch foods. Who doesn’t love a fancy […]

20th April 2021
The library in the age of Covid19

The library in the age of Covid19

I’ve had a stack of library books sitting on the side since before the start of the UK’s first lockdown. Aside from the pang of guilt and hope that fines have been waived, I’ve recently started wondering what the future of libraries might look like, post Covid19. A niche worry admittedly, but I only rediscovered […]

19th April 2021
To crossword in a time of crisis

To crossword in a time of crisis

In 2020 Britain was gripped by a “totally unheard of” jigsaw puzzle mania. Sales reached £100 million, up 38% on the previous year. The German toymaker Ravensburger proclaimed “stellar growth” in the UK, with its chairman, Clemens Maier, suggesting puzzles had helped “lots of people find a balance in their lives, especially in a time of crisis”. But […]

09th April 2021
How can businesses build trust with their customers?

How can businesses build trust with their customers?

How much faith do you have in the brands you use? I admit to heavily overcomplicating new purchases by reading through tens of customer reviews and then cross-checking these against what I hope to be independent blogs or newspaper reviews. I feel exhausted just thinking about it! I hadn’t given much thought to why I […]

08th April 2021
Procrastinating? Write a book

Procrastinating? Write a book

Raise your hand if you’ve felt less productive than usual during lockdown. I’m going to go out on a limb here and assume you probably didn’t physically raise your hand, but you were thinking “yes”.  For many, despite having extra time on their hands, the repetitive cycle of eat, watch TV, procrastinate about doing the […]

06th April 2021
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