1. Lucre staff have been providing pro bono support to Rokeby School, which is located in a deprived part of east London. They spent a morning delivering a training session to pupils to help them secure positive press in the local media. Apparently you are never too young to learn the art of PR.

2. Davies Tanner account manager Philippa Martin and Bafta 195 Piccadilly's (aka Bafta HQ) head of commercial events Jenny Bones got into the carnival spirit at the venue's special screening of film Rio on Saturday. It has just installed the brightest digital cinema projector on the planet, according to the Guinness Book of Records.

3. Travelodge celebrated the opening of its first hotel in Birmingham by hosting a bed sheet fashion show. Students from a local college were asked to design an outfit using only a Travelodge bed sheet. The winning design was created by Emily Wakerley, who won a weekend break and £100 to spend on a new outfit.

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