PUBLIC SECTOR: Countryside Agency hires regional advisers

The Countryside Agency, which is responsible for issues relating to the environmental, economic and social well-being of the English countryside, has appointed eight freelance regional PR advisers. The agency, which officially launches next month and has been created by a merger of the Countryside Commission (CC) and parts of the Rural Development Commission (RDC), has appointed John Rennie, Olivia Assheton, Susan Wear and Julia Smith, all of whom previously freelanced for either the CC or the RDC.

The Countryside Agency, which is responsible for issues relating to

the environmental, economic and social well-being of the English

countryside, has appointed eight freelance regional PR advisers. The

agency, which officially launches next month and has been created by a

merger of the Countryside Commission (CC) and parts of the Rural

Development Commission (RDC), has appointed John Rennie, Olivia

Assheton, Susan Wear and Julia Smith, all of whom previously freelanced

for either the CC or the RDC.



The remaining four, all freelancers, are new to the agency and its

constituent bodies. Public affairs head Isobel Coy said: ’The advisers

will help create awareness of the agency and its broader remit and

increase awareness of rural issues in their regions.’



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