Nunney residents Jeremy Gaunt and Adrie van der Luijt run Barton Cartwright Communications, which advises clients in the public and private sector.
Barton Cartwright Communications is an independent integrated PR and communications agency specialising in engaging, effective content for online, print, PR and corporate communications.
The firm’s team has a wide range of creative and technical skills and a very happy blue chip client base in both the public and private sector to illustrate that it punches well above its weight when it comes to providing full service. Recent work includes projects for the Rural Payments Agency, the Department for Work and Pensions, the Automobile Association (AA) and Nationwide Building Society.
The Visit Nunney website was developed by Barton Cartwright Communications and became a finalist for UK Information/News Website of the Year in the 2014 Good Web Guide Awards.
Adrie’s articles, press releases and investment commentary have been quoted extensively in national, regional and trade media, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Reuters, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, Investor Chronicle, Money Marketing, Property Week, Accountancy Age and This is Money.
Barton Cartwright Communications is a full service communications agency. This means that the company can help you with all aspects of content – from concept to completion and subsequent management.
The company can work closely with your team and external stakeholders to develop new concepts, create and organise content, edit existing content, write or commission additional content, manage your content and social media activities on an ongoing basis.
“There is a strong relationship between your website, search engine optimisation, marketing and social media activities,” Adrie van der Luijt explains. “What you do in one place affects your success in other areas.”
“The Internet, including social media like Facebook and Twitter, doesn’t switch off when your team goes home. What is being said about you online can have a huge impact on your reputation.”
“That’s why we see our work as 24/7, not 9 to 5,” he adds. “Everyone on our team understands our philosophy and is happy to go the extra mile.”
The team at Barton Cartwright Communications covers a full range of content-related disciplines, including content strategy, information architecture, user experience, search engine optimisation, copywriting, editing, feature writing, news editing, internet and intranet design, social media and content management.
“We know what we can and cannot do and we don’t waste your time,” Adrie adds. “If you want to see what we can do for you, take a look at our articles published on Google News or the extensive coverage we helped generate in national, regional and trade media.”
A lot of Barton Cartwright Communications’ work is based on our clients’ premises, but the company does have its own base in two convenient locations.
The London base is on the Southbank next to Tate Modern, the Globe Theatre and across from St. Paul’s Cathedral via the ‘Wobbly’ Millennium Bridge. Over the past decade the Southbank has become an increasingly popular location for digital, creative and media agencies.
Barton Cartwright Communications’ other base is in Nunney, near Frome. Frome was recently voted one of the Top 10 towns in the UK for digital industries and the 6th coolest UK place to live in according to The Times.
Barton Cartwright Communications
12 Church Street
Somerset BA11 4LW
Telephone 01373 836 949
Email [email protected]
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