Video: Mersey Gateway – Royal Visit


Mersey Gateway – Royal Visit Our video team captured the official opening of the Mersey Gateway Bridge in this stunning video as Her Majesty The Queen and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Suffolk joined 600 local school-children and performers in Widnes in June 2018. DTW has provided strategic communications, PR, video and design support [...]

DTW ranked by PR Week as number one public sector agency outside London and Glasgow


We’re rather pleased this week. DTW has been ranked as the number one public sector specialist PR and communications agency outside London and Glasgow by leading industry trade magazine PR Week. We were also listed as #8 in the list of specialist public sector agencies across the UK. The ranking is based on fee income [...]

Blog: Ears, eyes, mouth – the building blocks of good community engagement


Ears, eyes, mouth – the building blocks of good community engagement In this fast-moving age of multi-faceted digital channels, the most important thing organisations can do to build and maintain their reputations is get out into local communities and talk and listen to the public and stakeholders on the ground. Twitter. Facebook. SnapChat. Instagram. YouTube. [...]

Blog: Droning on about bridges


There’s nothing we love more than working on a stunning new infrastructure project, especially when we get a chance to get some amazing drone footage. Our video team has been out and about recently – capturing some incredible drone footage on two really important transport projects we’re involved with – the Mersey Gateway Project in [...]

Blog: CECA infrastructure vision offers positive future for the north east


Infrastructure, infrastructure, infrastructure. OK, so Philip Hammond hasn’t made his autumn statement yet but listening to the mood music it wouldn’t be huge surprise if he stole a soundbite from Tony Blair and tweaked it a bit next Wednesday. So, it was fascinating to hear from some of the region’s key players at CECA North [...]

Blog: Elected mayors, devolution and #50shadesofred


The LGA and the CIPR’s Local Public Services Group put on a cracking event looking at devolution and communications in Newcastle today Chatham House rules, that nice Mr. Holdstock from the LGA said, but in true communications fashion that doesn’t mean you can’t write a blog about it. Around 50 communications and policy professionals from [...]

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