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I can help you get your story told in national, digital and local media. Whether you are a charity, a business, a community group, or just plain old you, if you have a good story to tell, I can find places for you to tell it.

Press releases: Want to see your story in local, national or online media? I can write the words to make it happen for you. I can help you plan and target a PR campaign at the right media outlets for your story.

Media coaching: Ready to talk to the media? I can give you media training and advice for interviews based on my own extensive experience of speaking on live and recorded TV and radio, and years of experience supporting other speakers.

What we do


News: Have a look at all the lovely media coverage Diversity PR has achieved for people. BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Newsbeat, The Guardian, Daily Mail, The Sun, the Daily Mirror, BBC Look North, ITV Calendar, The Yorkshire Post, BBC Radio Leeds and a host of local news outlets have all carried my stories. Check ’em out!

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Diversity PR is a Yorkshire based PR company that offers a personal, friendly, responsive way to increase your PR capacity. Specialising in supporting charities and organisations working in health, wellbeing, education, diversity and migration. And anything quirky…

As well as offering paid-for PR services to businesses, individuals and organisations, Diversity PR also helps promote stories from under represented groups with zero budget. You can support this work by hiring me!



Hollie Shaw, wearing a purple Forget Me Not Children's Hospice t shirt sat on the BBC Look North sofa with her mum Leah and presenter Amy Garcia

Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, Marvel, Football, Happy Valley and more!

The lovely people at Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in West Yorkshire engaged me to add some…

A screenshot from BBC Sounds of BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Nihal Arthanayake with the date 31/05/2023

45 minutes on BBC Radio 5 Live and tons of articles for Different Strokes

How does 45 minutes on BBC Radio 5 Live sound? After a bunch of successful interviews on 5 Live in l…

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Moonraking Festival media splash!

A run down of all the lovely media coverage I got for Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival 2023

I have had the pleasure of working with Richard from Diversity PR for well over a year now, and I must say, his contributions have been invaluable to our small charity’s mission. Richard’s dedication to increasing awareness of younger stroke within the media has been truly remarkable. Richard has gone above and beyond to fully grasp our organisations voice and purpose, ensuring that our message resonates authentically.
His commitment to understanding the needs and desires of the community we serve is evident in his work. Richard consistently stays updated with our initiatives, and his proactive approach in staying informed about news stories, potential angles, and relevant journalists has significantly bolstered our media presence. Thanks to his efforts, we’ve witnessed a remarkable uptick in our media coverage.
Moreover, beyond his professional competence, Richard’s friendly and approachable demeanor makes collaborating easy. It’s rare to find someone who not only excels in their role but also genuinely cares about the success of their clients. Richard embodies both qualities seamlessly. 

Lauren Hartney , Marketing Manager, Different Strokes

Richard has been supporting the Marketing & Communications team at Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice for over 12 months now. Although we work with Richard as an external agency, the excellent relationship we have with him makes him an extension to our team. Richard has demonstrated his impact by helping us to create and then place stories and news items across a number of topics and over multiple channels. Richard is passionate about his work and this shines through in his service, approachability and the way he interacts with those he works with as well as his commitment to maximising each and every opportunity. I would certainly recommend Richard to anyone looking to promote the work of their business or charity through PR.

Gareth Pierce MCIOF (AdvDip), CEO Forget me Not Children’s Hospice, West Yorkshire

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