Tea Break

Another busy week has passed for the marketing team. My highlight of the week was attending the Good Food Show at the Olympia London. We wanted to attend the show to re-visit the venue and see how we can deliver you an even better show experience in 2014. Whilst we were there, we got the opportunity to meet the lovely Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and the stars of the Great British Bake Off. This has only helped to encourage our love of tea and cake, so if any bakeries want to exhibit at the show, please get in touch!!

To counteract the fun and cake calories of the Good Food Show, we have been working hard on getting our new exhibitor manual online. This is contains all the information for exhibitors needed for the show.

We have been working alongside a team of designers to send adverts out to Discover Your History, The Genealogist as well as helping provide show information for several press publications. So keep an eye out for

I have been working with the lovely teams at Pen & Sword and BBC History to launch two more wonderful competitions for you to enter. To enter these, please head over to the competitions tab above. 

This is my first year working on the show, one of the most enjoyable elements of my job role is the interaction with the WDYTYA? Live enthusiasts, it makes the hard work seem worthwhile.  I work on the social media for the show, so I love to see people commenting, sharing, liking, favoriting and re-tweeting. Please pop by and visit us on our Facebook and Twitter pages, if you haven’t done so yet! 

Mark