INVITATION TO TENDER – Communications Partner(s)

This Invitation to tender is to appoint a Communications Partner(s) to support the delivery team over the remainder of the programme until 2022
Durham Wildlife Trust (DWT) as lead partner for the Discover Brightwater Landscape Partnership are looking to appoint a Communications Partner(s) to support the delivery team over the remainder of the programme until 2022 (official end date TBC). The communications partner(s) will be ideally based within the River Skerne catchment
We are proud  to have worked with some extremely talented communications partners and are very happy with the results and outcomes so far. As we enter the next phase of the project we would like to appoint a strategic communications partner(s) to help us further develop, support and deliver our strategic communications plan.
 
Bidders are advised to read the documents carefully to ensure that they are familiar with the nature and content of their obligations if their tender is accepted.
Applications now closed

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