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Some of our Clients

Since Tintinna Ltd was formed we have worked with firms, both large and small, represented a national charity, been contracted by the Learning and Skills Council, local authorities and Bristol Rugby Club when they played in the Premiership and the Heineken Cup.


Writing work has been as varied as the Scottish Rugby Union Year Book, the Bristol Tourism Guide and company newsletters.

 

For almost ten years Sandy and Ian have been contracted to manage and deal with all representation and communications for the Bath Chamber of Commerce and also its strategic arm, The Initiative in B&NES on behalf of Business West.

 

We provided a communication service for the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership during its early days.

 

We also organise the annual Chew Valley Arts Trail, which is in its eleventh year, including the design and preparation of its brochure. The trail is a showcase of artwork for around 150 artists and craftspeople, including Sandy herself who is a painter and illustrator.

Ian completed a full six years as a member of the Board of the destination management organisation, Bath Tourism Plus, three of them as Chairman. 

We're pleased to announce that Ian has become a Trustee of the RICE Centre, which carries out research and provides help for people with dementia

RICE is a Registered Charity. It was opened in 1986 by its then Patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. In 2008 the new RICE Centre opened in the grounds of the Royal United Hospital in Bath.

 

The new centre has the space to enable RICE to open up its research programme and to undertake further studies as well as improving support for people with dementia in the Bath area, and their families.

As Director and General Manager of The Initiative in Bath and North East Somerset, we provide members of this business leadership group with the opportunity to influence the way in which the local economy develops and affects the long term commercial environment. For example, making the case for improved transport, sufficient housing and the availability of top quality modern office space.

We were founder members of the Chew Valley Chamber of Commerce. Sandy is now President, whilst Ian is Secretary and provides material for the media.

As Director and General Manager of Bath Chamber of Commerce, we ensure the voice of business is heard in the local community. The Chamber also provides business support services and gives members opportunities to get to know one another and do business together.

The West of England Local Enterprise Partnership brings local authorities, business and education together into a single powerful forum which can bid for Government funding to improve infrastructure and help encourage economic growth,

Under Sandy's direction, the Chew Valley Arts Trail has become one of the region's premier arts events. For one weekend a year the Valley becomes the Mecca for connoisseurs, buyers and browsers who come to appreciate the skills on show and also the beautiful local environment.

 

More details at www.chewvalleyartstrail.co.uk 

We have supported and helped organise this leading cookery contest in Bath since it started ten years ago.

 

Staged at the City of Bath College, the competition has helped to raise the standards of culinary skills in the City.

Derek Maltby is an experienced practitioner. We were able to help his Global MSC Security business to raise its profile and highlight his case studies.