What's happening?

We are based in the lovely county of Shropshire and although we work with clients in a wide range of surrounding counties, and virtually with businesses across the UK, we love where we live and love to shout about it.

Shouting about things is really our bag so this is the page where we tell you what our clients have been up to, what's happening in Shropshire, what's happening with J&PR - and of course our advice and tips!

by Rebecca Dutton
Here at J&PR we are forever encouraging our clients to shout up when they do something great or have something interesting to say about themselves. This time, however, the shoe was on the other foot and it was our turn to do the shouting. We generally do very little of our own PR but after being shortlisted and then going […]
by Rebecca Dutton
By Lisa Rowley I’ve always enjoyed learning and after school ended up continuing my studies with four years at university then another six months developing my journalism skills on a course. But my education was put on hold when I became a journalist – a life which involved covering night meetings – sometimes at short notice – and working late. […]
by Rebecca Dutton
By Lisa Rowley It’s that time of year when people who you have not seen for months, or even years, get in touch with Christmas greetings. With social networking sites, such as Facebook, or even email, it’s so much easier nowadays and an instant way to send your festive best wishes. I must admit I find myself on Christmas Day […]
by Rebecca Dutton
By Kirsty Smallman It’s always good to share knowledge and get some advice from your fellow businesspeople. So when we decided at Telford Business Club to mark our 25th anniversary we thought it would be great to get out and about for a taste of what our members did on their own turf. Bosses don’t always get the chance to […]
by Rebecca Dutton
 By Dani Wozencroft I wasn’t sure just what to expect as I arrived at my first business expo in Shrewsbury. Approaching the door with anticipation I simply saw lots of stands, lots of people and lots of products. But what would it actually be like? From bright coloured printed cushions to sparkling cupcakes, there was plenty to catch the eye. I had […]
by Rebecca Dutton
By Dani Wozencroft I’m not very good with numbers, never have been. I am better with words, and I’m also quite nosey. Not really a surprise that I became a journalist then. Getting to meet new people, gossip about what’s happening with them and sharing that with others is not the way most people make a living – but it’s […]
by Rebecca Dutton
It’s always difficult for new businesses to find their feet but Telford and Wrekin Council has come up with a great way to help fledgling companies in the run-up to Christmas with a pop-up shop. The shop will be based in a vacant store in the High Street in Wellington as part of the council’s Invest in Telford drive to […]
by Rebecca Dutton
By Rhea Alton The last time I went into the former Swan Inn in Frankwell I was armed with a pool cue and ready to make my mark on the Sunday league. Admittedly that was quite a while ago and I spent much of my visit concentrating on the pool table but I was still completely  unprepared for what awaited […]