Mary Hampshire Limited - Public Relations Consultant


Lynwen Harrison, Managing Director, nouriSH me now

Working with Mary has had a phenomenal impact on our business in terms of exposure and revenue. She is utterly professional, totally reliable and brings a wealth of experience and contacts with her advice. For us, the most impressive aspect of working with her was how quickly she absorbed the essence of our business and transmits that into every piece of work she produces for us.

We totally trust that she absolutely represents our company when she works on our behalf. She has been able to secure us thousands of pounds worth of media coverage, which for a start-up business is unusual and invaluable. We can honestly attribute a good deal of our current success to Mary's input. Working with her is incredibly refreshing - she is flexible, easy to contact and has clear working guidelines. Mary always comes up with the goods.

Tony Cooke, Assistant Director, Commissioning and Strategic Development, Drugs, Alcohol, Community Safety, NHS Kirklees

Mary knows how to secure plenty of positive coverage and defend us when the chips are down. She takes the fear out of dealing with the media, offers sound advice and inspires a can-do attitude. As a result, we gained lots of positive exposure which contributed to raising awareness of the vital and life saving services we offer to individuals, families and communities affected by drugs misuse in Kirklees.

Esther Leach, Editor, Yorkshire Life

Mary is refreshingly straightforward to deal with, a professional who appreciates a precise brief and who can produce copy on a wide range of stories from complex health features for example to light hearted picture stories. I know any work I commission from Mary is thoroughly researched, accurately reported, written to style and delivered on time. I can trust her copy.I wish there were more like her.


Mary is the consummate professional who is quick to spot the story, fast to act and thorough in her writing. Mary is easy to work with. I would recommend her.

Ian Nash, The Times Educational Supplement, Former Further Education Editor