Meet the Go Plymouth family members who have used their personal experience of living, working, going to school and university in the city to tell you what Plymouth is really like – warts and all.
Ann Knight, Web Editor – I worked as a journalist for the city’s leading newspaper, The Herald, was Head of Communications for the Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust and a Communications Officer for Plymouth City Council.
I’m now a PR and communications consultant working with a talented team of former journalists at Exeter-based Cake Publicity. If your company is looking for PR support then look no further - specialising in charities, not-for-profits, small businesses and entrepreneur start-ups, we have a wealth of experience in producing powerful press releases, succinct web copy and compelling brochures. Get in touch for an informal chat about your company's PR needs. At Cake Publicity we're part of the St John Ambulance communications team which was a double winner in the CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) awards 2011 and winner of the PR team of the year title in the 2011 Charity Times awards.
On a personal note, my ideal day off involves tucking into some locally caught fresh fish washed down with a chilled white wine at one of Plymouth's wonderful waterfront restaurants.
My Ezine articles about Plymouth:
'And I thought yacht racing was boring' - a landlubber's view of the America's Cup.
'How Plymouth shaped modern America' - reasons why American visitors love the city.
Natasha Knight, Web Designer – I’m a team manager for a Plymouth insurance company (and former pupil of Weston Mill Primary School). I spent my teenage years on the Costa Blanca in Spain and have travelled a great deal – but I can’t think of many places to equal Plymouth. I’ve put a huge amount of effort into researching the city’s nightlife – so if you need any advice about that then please get in touch!
Emily Knight-Kristoffersen, Content Contributor – I went to Weston Mill Primary School before moving to Spain where I attended both Spanish and international schools. When I returned to the UK to study for my degree, I visited several universities before deciding Plymouth had most to offer both in terms of the university itself and the city’s lifestyle.
Alex Hansford, Magician! – OK, Alex may not be a member of the family but he's a close family friend and worthy of inclusion here simply because he's one of the most magical things about Plymouth. He scooped prestigious awards for being the best card magician in the UK while still a teenager. He's one of the youngest and most gifted close-up illusion artists in the world.