Diary: MacLaurin passes on Trimedia offer

The clocks go forward this weekend and it's time for a bit of spring cleaning across agency-land.

Trimedia is one PR firm getting out the feather-dusters - indeed, the agency is 'making over' its West London offices, with 'loads of stuff being got rid of', UK CEO Vikki Stace tells us.

But we are amused to learn that as part of the clearout they ambitiously tried to flog 'some huge glass doors with an etched "M" on' to their former owner Brian MacLaurin.

MacLaurin, clearly, was having none of it: 'They even wanted £200 for them. I was highly amused.' It transpires that Trimedia was also willing to throw some 'signed Chris Tarrant cartoons' into the bargain - but MacLaurin declined the offer.

Stace defends Trimedia's behaviour, laughing: 'I take it Brian doesn't want them - never mind ... the decorator's name begins with "M", I think it's Murray - he might want them.'

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