The Public Sector Week

Infinity to boost visitors to Wiltshire, Fido to promote Salford as a tourist spot.

Visit wiltshire has appointed Infinity Public Relations to help encourage more visitors to the region and to highlight attractions such as Swindon, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Longleat and the oldest hotel in England, The Old Bell.

NHS Choices, the NHS website, has drafted in Responsys to deliver a healthcare communications system. The email marketing platform will contact registered users about their individual health concerns to provide personalised health programmes.

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics network has called in Colman Getty to deliver media campaigns to raise awareness of the organisation's work with teachers and the business community, and to challenge negative perceptions of 'STEM' subjects and careers among the public.

Salford has hired the Manchester-based agency Fido PR to handle a six-month campaign to help promote Salford as a tourist destination. Fido will focus on the area's sport and leisure, heritage, food and drink and arts and culture offerings.

Isle of Wight Council is seeking a new head of communications after Westminster City Council has been handling the restructuring of the council's PR department.

Merton Council is turning to Facebook to engage residents about their hopes for Morden town centre. The moreMorden Facebook page invites businesspeople, commuters and residents to be creative and give the council their views on how they would like to see Morden develop in the future. The resulting ideas, comments and concerns will help Merton council with the first stage of its public consultation.

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