The Public Sector Week

LGCommunications' annual conference, running from 26 to 28 May in Leeds, will feature presentations from Department of Communities and Local Government comms director George Eykyn and McDonald's vice-president of comms Nick Hindle.

Nick Hindle: speaking at LGcommunications conference
Nick Hindle: speaking at LGcommunications conference

Norfolk County Council marketing manager James Dunne has written this week's CIPR local public services group column on how local public services can work together to deliver effective and consistent safety messages. To read it, go to prweek.com/uk.

Midas Public Relations has been hired to publicise Opera Holland Park's summer season of al fresco opera.

Wigan Council principal PR adviser David Mather has retired. Media and comms manager Kealey Mulligan will now lead comms at the council.

The British Parking Association has a tender out for PR and lobbying services to support its approved operator scheme (AOS). The brief is to raise the profile of the AOS, aimed at controlling parking on private land. The contract will run for one year.

London Borough of Hillingdon has signed up Verity Adams as a PR officer. Adams joins from Ealing Council's marketing and comms team.

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