Introducing… The new Paskett PR team

August has been a big month for change at Paskett PR as we’ve welcomed two members to our team.

Fay Wilkinson has joined us as our senior account executive to support Holly, Aroonaa and Graham across all of our clients; and Sophie Rowe has also joined us in an admin and pr support role.

Fay Wilkinson

Fay has a number of years’ experience in marketing and PR, along with a Permaculture Design Award and a love of gardening. Speaking about her new job she commented, “I am thrilled to join such a well-established and respected team, and look forward to working with the varied and prestigious client base”.

Sophie first came to work with us last summer when she joined us on a work experience placement as part of her university course. She got on so well that we invited her back and she’ll be helping out whilst studying in her final year at uni.

Sophie Rowe

They must be a good luck charm because as soon as we started we gained a new client! We now handle the pr for Irrigatia, a solar powered watering system, and can’t wait to get stuck in with working for them! We’ll be showing them off at GLEE in a few weeks so if you’re going pop by and say hi!


Get your bake on!!

This summer welcomes back the gorgeous smell of slow rising macaroons and flash baked pastries. It only means one thing…..The Great British Bake Off is back!! But how can gardening relate to this you may ask?


Twelve new bakers are already living the dream as they are having the chance to test out their devilish dough and challenging coux in front of two of the best bakers in showbiz, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry. For the sixth series of bake off I will, yet again, be watching the series from behind a TV screen, rather than enjoying the experience of baking in the bake off tent with other baking enthusiasts.

Whilst baking is one of my hobbies, I am open to new ways to diversify my bakes. Therefore, I am hunting for easy to grow fruits and vegetables that I can incorporate into my showstoppers.

If you have any ideas as to which fruits, and mostly vegetables, I could experiment with, please get in touch at

– Sophie