Churches Conservation Trust appoints Midas for PR

The Churches Conservation Trust, the national charity protecting historic churches at risk, has appointed Midas public relations following a three way pitch.

Midas has been asked to deliver a media campaign aimed at increasing visitor numbers and boosting donations, building on the Trust’s recent revitalised web presence and stronger branding and messaging at the properties.

Crispin Truman, chief executive of the Churches Conservation Trust, said: “We appointed Midas on the strength of their understanding of our core and potential audiences and the creativity of their proposed campaigns.”

Penny Clifton, managing director of Midas PR, added: “Many churches are only open and in use today thanks to the imaginative work of the Churches Conservation Trust. Our intention is to showcase the work of the Trust and encourage more people to visit and enjoy these marvels of English history.”

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