Sabrina Verjee on Lingmoor, her final Wainwright - copyright Steve Ashworth I spent a good part of last week trying to keep up with Sabrina Verjee, as she successfully set a new fastest known time/record for completing a continuous round of the 214 Wainwright fells in the Lake District - that's about 525km in distance… Continue reading Sabrina and the Wainwrights
Right Lines Communications works with some brilliant outdoor brands, events and other organisations. Over the last year, we’ve continued to support these clients as, like us, they’ve grappled with the challenges presented by the pandemic. During that time, the various levels of restrictions have limited what people have been able to do, and where they… Continue reading After the pandemic – finding the way out(doors)
Anyone who has worked in PR for any length of time will know exactly what I mean when I say that every now and again, a story emerges that I am certain is going to ‘fly’. Day in, day out, I develop content for clients and I think that pretty much all of it has… Continue reading Why a half marathon in the wrong place is the right story (and other great tales)
We love a behind the scenes candid photo at Right Lines. Over the weekend, Chris was working at the Siglion Sunderland City Half Marathon and 10K events and happened to be in the main events centre when charity fundraising legend Colin Burgin-Plews - aka Big Pink Dress - arrived, needing somewhere to change into his… Continue reading Smile – you’re on candid camera!
When I glanced at my calendar at the start of March, it dawned on me that there was the distinct possibility that the end of the month could see Right Lines organising four media events in the space of eight days, for different clients and in various locations around the country. Here we are on… Continue reading Eight days, four events, one very busy team