Award for charity promoter
12:03pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in News
A BARRY woman has been recognised for her work in promoting cancer charity Tenovus at a top public relations award ceremony.
Liz Rawlins scooped gold and silver prizes for her work with the charity at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations awards.
The awards were for the charity's PR campaign for the Channel Four documentary "Sing for Your Life", about a choir made up of cancer patients, and for its use of social media.
PR and Communications manager Liz said: "It really has been a fantastic year for us so far at Tenovus. It’s not always easy, and we’re always learning, but we’re a very enthusiastic team, and I think our passion for what we’re trying to achieve comes across. We’re really pleased that the industry recognises it too.
“I’m proud of what we do, the quality of our work and the difference we help to make, and it’s great to be part of a team that has now won five public relations awards in just two years. I’m looking forward to adding to our awards tally next year."