Bristol City Council at CIPR South of England and Channel Islands PRide Awards 2017

Bristol City Council wins top prizes at CIPR PRide awards

Bristol City Council took home two highly coveted gold awards at Friday’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide Awards for the South of England and Channel Islands.

At a ceremony which saw gongs spread across teams, the council’s comms team was awarded the gold for Outstanding In-House Public Relations Team, while Joe Ball, one of its public relations officers, won the Outstanding Young Communicator award.

Liquid was named Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy for the second time in four years at the event, with Astley Media taking home the Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy gong. The University of Bath won the gold Public Sector Team of the Year award.

Highlight PR and Southampton Solent University each took home three awards, with Highlight PR winning gold awards for Best Integrated Campaign and Best Use of Social Media, while the university’s comms team was awarded gold for the Best Community Relations Campaign.

A full list of winners at Friday’s event can be found here.

  • Pictured: The Bristol City Council team (Credit: Steve Pope – Fotowales)
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