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Water experts Panton McLeod

The UK’s leading water quality engineering firm has continued its ambitious expansion plans by unveiling a new addition to its senior sales team.

Panton McLeod – which is the UK’s leading expert in providing repairs, cleaning and inspection services for facilities used to store drinking water – has recruited former Petrofac business development analyst Niall Armstrong to help grow its sales presence across the country.

The 26-year-old Heriot-Watt university graduate has been appointed as Panton McLeod’s new sales & marketing assistant, and will work closely with operations director Paul Henderson to oversee new sales contracts and improve the firm’s profile throughout the UK.

You can read the full story on the Holyrood Partnership website.

Just some of the fantastic notepads available from Scribbler

We all need a place where we can store our note, reminders, plans, dreams and ideas – somewhere where they can be easily found should we need them.

The UK’s favourite card chain Scribbler, ensures that we can do just that and more with their super stylish range of notepads.

The pocket sized magnetic flip notepads from the Graphique range, are beautifully designed with modern images such as; a tiara wearing bulldog, a decadent woman in Edwardian dress or a scrumptious looking tea shop, all finished with glitter – allowing your notes to sparkle.

The full press release is available at the website of the Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

Year on year the UK summer offers some of the best festivals that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

They undoubtedly mark the start, middle and end of the British summer – whether it’s the music, atmosphere or love of traipsing through muddy fields all weekend, festivals mean something to everyone.

But even partying in Ibiza or soaking up the sun on the Isle of White requires packing the right essentials for festival fun.

Irreverent greeting card retailer Scribbler has a number of unique and quirky gadgets to see you and you’re friends through the summer.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

The Glasshouse off the Mile has created a new menu to showcase the perfect selection of dishes for ideal summer dining.

With a move away from warm, rich food for the winter months, the new menu gives diners a varied choice of light, tasty plates to enjoy as the sunshine hopefully hits Edinburgh’s Old Town.

The restaurant – famed as the latest venue for acclaimed Scottish chef Steven Adair – offers contemporary yet affordable Scottish cuisine using the very best locally sourced ingredients.

Its superb location – just off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in St Giles Street – ensures guests sitting inside or outside will dine in style whilst enjoying delicious cuisine.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

The Glasshouse off the Mile is offering students and their families a sparkling way to celebrate graduation day.

The stunning restaurant, the latest venue for acclaimed Scottish chef Steven Adair, offers diners contemporary yet affordable Scottish cuisine using the very best locally sourced ingredients.

Its superb location – just off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in St Giles Street – means it is minutes away from the main central venues that will host the graduation ceremonies for Edinburgh students.

A special three course menu has been put together for both lunch and dinner – each offering a complimentary glass of prosecco.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

Congratulations you're divorced and free at last!

Going through a divorce is never a pleasant experience. But sometimes the best way for friends and family to help the couple – even a celebrity couple like Cheryl and Ashley Cole – is by raising a smile.

Scribbler, the UK’s number one card chain, is selling a humorous cheery divorce card that is guaranteed to bring some humour to the occasion – ideal for Cheryl’s band mates and Ashley’s fellow players and supportive friends everywhere.

The card reads ‘Congratulations you’re divorced and free at last’ in bright and quirky lettering, offering a light-hearted reminder to divorcees of the benefits and of the fun that can be found in single life.

The full release is available to view on the Holyrood Partnership website.

US Kids Golf Players

Young golfers practicing near the US Kids Golf logo

Sparkling golf matched the sunshine conditions as the cream of the world’s young golfing talent dazzled in the prestigious U.S. Kids Golf European Championship.

Competitors from no less than eight different countries – including the small central American nation of Guatemala – scooped European Championship titles, reflecting both the growth and spread of junior golf throughout the world.

Best round of the tournament was the last round, seven under par 65 carded by Philipp Matlari from Germany in the boys 12 age group while Liverpool’s Eloise Healey, Samantha Fuller from Kingston-upon-Thames and Monet Flores (Guatemala) each won their third European title in a row.  Frank Olav Garber (USA) also retained his European Championship crown.

But the highlight of the championships was the three holes-in-one scored by Kristjan Vojteh Berkelca, Lucy Walton and Lewis Reid over three different courses.

The competition – played over Gullane No. 2, Gullane No. 3, Craigielaw Golf Club and Longniddry Golf Club – was organised by the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation, which aims to promote the game of golf to young players and their families around the world.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

The Physiotherapy Centre Logo

Youngsters being swept along by the surge in interest in dance and acrobatic troupes from shows such as Britain’s Got Talent are being warned they risk serious injury by not taking expert advice to protect their bodies.

You don’t have to channel surf for too long to find a TV talent show featuring the best of Britain’s amateur performers while movie goers have put Streetdance 3D to the top of the cinema charts.

The trend has made household names of groups like Diversity while this Saturday’s final of Britain’s Got Talent will see spectacular acrobatic group Spellbound aim for glory.

Whilst this may encourage youngsters to live out their dreams of stardom, concern is being raised that they need to also think about the immense pressures that these talented performers put their bodies under on a daily basis and how this translates to young and not yet fully developed bodies.

Led by physiotherapist Kirsten Lord, The Physiotherapy Centres, with bases in Edinburgh and Glasgow city centres, work with numerous young performers to help them to keep their bodies healthy and prevent long term problems developing.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

Kenny King FFDR

Scotland’s leading disaster recovery firm is marking the launch a new Scottish office with a high-profile appointment.

 FFDR, an all trades contractor specialising in salvaging flood and fire-ravaged properties has attracted respected insurance expert Kenny King to head its north east operation.

 Father of two Kenny, 46, from Bridge of Don, has spent the past eight years working with a nationwide facilities services group, assessing insurance cases.

He will now be based in FFDR’s newly-opened Stonehaven office, and will recruit a team of 12 tradesmen within months, and up to 25 within a year.

The full article can be read on  the  Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

U.S. Kids Golf European Championship

A tournament featuring some of the world’s best young golfers is expected to bring a seven figure economic boost to the Scottish economy.

Hundreds of youngsters and their families from across the globe will arrive in East Lothian at the end of the month for the U.S. Kids Golf European Championship – a three-day event that will showcase the best emerging talent in junior golf.

Businesses, restaurants and hotels across East Lothian and the rest of Scotland are expected to benefit hugely from the tournament, which will see around 500 youngsters aged between 6-18 competing for the title of European Champion.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.