A trip to London just before Christmas was a great reminder of what a fabulous capital city we have.
I’ve been lucky enough to be invited on a fantastic consumer PR opportunity (darling) so zipped down to meet the team to get a feel for the brief and to start the ball rolling.
It’s been almost six years since I moved from London to Cheshire and while I often go to visit friends, that usually means staying where they live and using the time to catch up. (And drink.) A business trip is different and means I can take in the sights.
Kings Cross station is awesome. It used to be such a dump and now it’s a stunning way to welcome visitors in by train – the surrounding area is buzzing with optimism and it was a great feeling to be there.
And crossing the river and taking in the view of Tower Bridge and all the new buildings is just amazing. Many a time when the tubes were down I resented walking over that bridge in the morning but I don’t think many cities have such a good view down their waterways.
Don’t get me wrong Manchester, I do love you! But the fact that I might need to travel to London to see PR clients and media contacts, as well as work with great companies here in the northwest, is brilliant. Best of both worlds.Back to news