Pagefield appoints Countryside Alliance's Dylan Sharpe

Pagefield has brought in a seasoned campaigner from the victorious 'No to AV' campaign and the Countryside Alliance.

Dylan Sharpe: a seasoned campaigner from the victorious 'No to AV' campaign and the Countryside Alliance
Dylan Sharpe: a seasoned campaigner from the victorious 'No to AV' campaign and the Countryside Alliance
Dylan Sharpe, the Countryside Alliance’s head of media and campaigns, joins Pagefield as a consultant.

Sharpe, who was selected as one of PRWeek’s ‘29 under 29’ in 2011, was head of press on the ‘No’ campaign in the 2011 AV referendum.

Pagefield founder and senior partner Mark Gallagher said: ‘His career to date exemplifies the Pagefield offer – integrated campaigning that delivers real results.’

Sharpe was recruited on to 'No to AV', having worked alongside ‘No’ campaign director Matthew Elliott at civil liberties and privacy pressure group Big Brother Watch.

Sharpe has previously worked for Geronimo Communications and iNHouse PR, during which time he was a press officer on the 2008 Boris Johnson campaign for Mayor of London.

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