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Appointing Catshill Design as our publicity partner was one of the best decisions we have made. The logo, the posts to local publishers and social media and the design and production of our programme were all produced in a professional and timely manner. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to other Festival Organisers.
Dave Wheeler, Organiser of Bromsgrove Beer & Cider Festival
I would like to thank Catshill Design for help in producing the new Magazine for Burton and South Derbyshire CAMRA. From initially thinking what a daunting task it would be to launch a new regular magazine, it was a relief to be doing this with the know-how from Catshill Design. They have all the systems and expertise in place to make the process run smoothly. Any help, questions or queries were attended to very quickly. Dealing with the advertisers and even producing their artwork for free was a massive bonus. The magazines were an instant hit in the pubs, magazines left by other branches usually take many weeks to go, but the same quantity (20) of “Going for a Burton?” were going in 2 days. Licensees have been complimentary about a magazine that is a quality read, local to the area and valued by customers.
Theo Hollier, editor, Going for a Burton? – Burton upon Trent and South Derbyshire CAMRA magazine
Catshill Design has been very helpful in helping set up Birmingham CAMRA branch’s magazine, Forward to the Bar. The work in putting it together and publishing it shows business sense, as well as creativity; the magazine has been warmly received and highly praised. Any CAMRA branch wishing to have a magazine published can have every faith that they will do a splendid job.
Martin Collinge, Editor, Forward to the Bar – Birmingham CAMRA magazine
As the new editor of Rugby & District Magazine, Inn Touch, I am pleased that I decided to work with Catshill Design. I had seen the quality of the work produced by Brett and his team and, as I work full time, our branch needed the input of a third party to help us produce our magazine. I like clear deadlines and clear instructions; this is what you get with Catshill Design. Our first magazine was created and published in just under six weeks – that was my deadline and Brett stepped up and supported me to meet the commitment I had given to members. I was extremely pleased with the outcome and we have had many positive comments. We had a ‘lessons learnt’ session post publication, over a beer of course, and I am sure future editions will be a great success too. Thanks Brett for all your help and continuing advice and support.
Gaynor Imrie, Editor, Inn Touch – Rugby & District CAMRA magazine
Catshill Design have just produced the first issue of our Branch magazine. As editor I got a great deal of creative control but without the hassle of having to do all the design work myself. The finished product looks professional and eye catching and the feedback we have received so far has been positive. They have also set up an online version of the magazine at no extra cost.
Rob Carter, Editor, WirrAle Drinker – The Wirral CAMRA magazine
As Editor of Worcestershire County’s CAMRA magazine, the support provided to me by Catshill Design has been excellent. They have supported me very effectively in relation to all aspects of magazine production and quality control. Clear deadlines and expectations ensure that tasks are planned and completed on time. This has resulted in a superb looking magazine.
Andy Checketts, Editor, Pint Taken – The Worcestershire CAMRA magazine
The Lunesdale Drinker magazine moved to Catshill Design from a totally externally managed solution. Making the change has been a challenge, but we are glad we made the decision and, working with Brett, we have just published our second edition. As editor, I greatly value the enthusiasm, knowledge, excellent communication and hard work that Brett and Catshill Design have provided.
Mike Wilkinson, Editor, Lunesdale Drinker Lunesdale CAMRA magazine.
Working with Brett and Catshill Design was a rewarding experience for me. It gave me an insight into new fields and areas where I had not gone previously, introducing me on how to work with Google Docs, something I had not done before. The support I received on getting the magazine up and running was excellent, communications friendly and prompt, good response and service and the fact we were able to get the magazine off the ground. The first issue was very well received and my thanks must go to Brett and all who worked alongside. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Steve Smith, Editor, Beer Buzz – The CAMRA magazine covering Central Manchester, Trafford & Hulme and Salford.