What we do

In a nutshell, no nonsense communications tailored to the client’s requirements. We thrive on unearthing the ‘gem’ of a story you’ve overlooked, packaging it for the media and then using our relationships to get the maximum coverage. Phone: 07812 600 271 Email: russ@cucumberpr.co.uk

At a Glance

We try to make PR fun and effective, leaving the client free to concentrate on what they do best…run their business or organisation. Twitter: @cucumberpr / @dwarfio

Latest From The Blog

April 2019

World’s best illustrators go hand-in-hand for ‘Parkylife’

April 28th, 2019|

50 of the world’s top illustrators have joined forces to create a new online platform to support people with Parkinson’s.

Parkylife.com, which is being led by the Havas Lynx Group, brings together a combination of stories, hacks, perks and profiles of inspiring folk who have achieved great things despite their diagnosis.

It has been designed by ‘Parky’ […]

Milton Keynes precision engineer targets quality for F1 customers with CNC machine investment

April 28th, 2019|

Quality and precision performance are helping a Milton Keynes engineering firm expand its sales at the cutting edge of Formula 1.

Based in the heart of the UK’s Motorsport Valley, Goodman Precision Engineering is playing a key role, supplying parts and prototypes for companies working in the ultra-competitive world of F1.

The company has grown dramatically in […]

Brose reaps the dividends of new driverless vehicle logistics solution

April 28th, 2019|

Automotive supplier Brose is actively using ground-breaking technology to optimise its logistics operation, improve efficiencies and win new business on future model launches.

Brose, which provides seat structures and window regulators to Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan and Toyota, has invested nearly £2 million over the last two years into the introduction of Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) […]

£500,000 investment etched in metal for fast-growing Shropshire manufacturer

April 28th, 2019|

Supporting the automotive sector’s move towards electrification and the aerospace industry’s desire for lightweight parts has helped a Shropshire manufacturer boost its sales by 40%.

Advanced Chemical Etching (A.C.E.) has won over £2m of new orders over the last twelve months, with contracts being placed from customers in the UK, Europe and the Far East – […]