Waverley Railway brief up for grabs

The Scottish Borders Council is reviewing its agency support for the Waverley Railway - a 29-mile line from east of Edinburgh to the central Borders area - set to re-open in 2011.

Four-year incumbent agency Trimedia Harrison Cowley is repitching for the contract.

The brief up for grabs includes media monitoring work, e-comms, stakeholder relations, PR and  public affairs.

The project is seen as the first phase of reinstating  the entire rail link between Carlisle and Edinburgh, which was closed down in 1969.

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