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Inaugural CIPR South of England & Channel Islands PRide Awards winners announced

By Stephen Lepitak | -

November 22, 2014 | 4 min read

The inaugural CIPR South of England & Channel Islands PRide Awards saw Liquid named Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy, Southern Water as Outstanding In-House Public Relations Team and Cultural Communications as Outstanding Small Consultancy.

Synergy Creative received four gold awards, including two for their work for Caterpillar, such as Integrated Campaign, as well as Best Use of Research, Planning, Measurement and Evaluation.

As well as Outstanding In-House Public Relations Team, Southern Water was also handed Gold for the Community Relations Campaign and Best External Publication category,

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Pam Lloyd MCIPR, chair of CIPR South West, commented: “Winners of the first ever South of England & Channel Islands CIPR PRide Awards should be very proud of themselves their teams and their work. It took a lot of belief to enter this year, to compete for a PRide award which represents the highest standards in public relations and now extends right across the south of the country and beyond. The CIPR South West committee has been delighted to welcome members from all over the extended region to Bristol.”

The full list of winners can be viewed below:

• Corporate and Business Communications Campaign: Growing a £1billion marketplace with best practice, Target Public Relations

• Not-for-Profit Campaign: Winning Hearts AND Minds: Presenting Arguments Against A Cull Through The Wounded Badger Patrols, Gloucestershire Against Badger Shooting

• Internal Communications Campaign: Bringing vision and values alive, Synergy Creative and Olswang

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• Community Relations Campaign: Drama in the drain, Southern Water

• Public Sector Campaign: Ordnance Survey Minecraft map of Great Britain, Ordnance Survey

• Low Budget Campaign: Stop Bus Bullies: Launching the Vodden Report, Wildwood PR

• Best Sporting Campaign: Sky Sports Living for Sport - Inspiring Schools through Sport, Midnight Communications

• Consumer Relations Campaign: Project Baobab: good for you, good for Africa, Wild Card

• Best Use of Media Relations: Conti Media Cup: Great Results for Continental Tyres, Inside Media

• Integrated Campaign: Rubber Tracks Campaign, Synergy Creative and Caterpillar

• Best Use of Social Media: Fit For Festive Fashion, Octane

• Best Technology Campaign: SETsquared - celebrating 10 years of nurturing technology start-ups, Carswell Gould

• Best External Publication: Friendly annual reporting, Southern Water

• Best Internal Publication: Stories from the Heart Employee Magazine, Synergy Creative and Experian

• Best Use of Digital: A Grand Tail, Renegade Media

• Best Event: Conti Media Cup: Great Results for Continental Tyres, Inside Media

• Issues or Crisis Management: Washed Out Chirstmas, Flooded out Valentines, Bournemouth Borough Council

• Regional Campaign of the Year: The Search for Alfred the Great, University of Winchester

• Outstanding Freelance Practitioner: Karen Tippett-Lehane MCIPR, TippettPR

• Outstanding Young Communicator: Charlotte Merryfield, Gloucestershire County Council

• Outstanding Small Consultancy: Cultural Communications

• Outstanding In-House Public Relations Team: Southern Water

• Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy: Liquid

• Best Use of Research, Planning, Measurement and Evaluation: Rubber Tracks Campaign, Synergy Creative and Caterpillar

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