Forest Enterprise England tenders £800,000 PR brief

Forest Enterprise England (FEE), part of the Forestry Commission, has put a brief out to tender for a four-year PR contract worth a total of £800,000.

FEE manages state-owned woodlands in England and says its mission is to realise “the potential of each of the public’s forests for sustainable business opportunities, wildlife and nature conservation” as well as the enjoyment and well-being of local people and visitors.

The body is on the hunt for one or more agencies to provide marketing and PR services, and “develop knowledge and understanding of forestry issues and audiences/customers”.

The deadline for tender submissions is 12pm on 31 March.

Details of the tender, which closes on 20 February, can be found here.

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