It’s been a busy media month for Cause UK working with national news channels, Channel 5 News, Channel 4 News and the BBC.
This week we secured Channel 5 News coverage for Lennie Street and coordinated a fundraising video featuring some famous names, even securing an anonymous £5K donation for a #NewHomeForPaces charity appeal.
8-year-old Lennie Street has picked up a quite a following for his piano playing during lockdown.
Now, he has launched a version of the Leonard Cohen hit ‘Hallelujah’ to the raise money for his school – with the help of some high profile admirers.@TunesLennie | @daniTVNews pic.twitter.com/Z1RlyGC3vh
— Channel 5 News (@5_News) December 14, 2020
This month we also liaised with Channel 4 News to secure an interview with our client the Nidderdale AONB featuring their ‘Woodland Opportunity Planning Software.’ View the full story here
Forestry Commission admits it was wrong to allow trees to be planted on peat bogshttps://t.co/t9aqWQkOqw
— alex thomson (@alextomo) December 8, 2020
Clair also helped to script and secure a special film ‘A Very Country Christmas’ with the BBC to highlight Charles Dickens and his unique relationship to the Yorkshire Town of Malton, which was said to have been a source of inspiration for ‘A Christmas Carol.’ View here.
— Nick Fletcher (@nicklesfletch) December 13, 2020
Finally we hosted an exclusive zoom event with our dear friends, actress Miriam Margolyes and author Lucinda Hawksley, audience members attended from all around the world!
— Cause UK (@causeuk) December 7, 2020
Ann and I would like to thank all our friends and clients for supporting Cause UK this year, onwards to a better 2021 for all of us!