Welcome to Famous Publicity

Famous Publicity is a boutique Public Relations agency that serves clients in the areas of adventure, art and brands.

Prior to setting up Famous Publicity in January 2012, the founder Tina Fotherby worked in-house for four years as the Director of PR for the UK’s most famous ‘shopkeeper’ Theo Paphitis.  This gave her a privileged insight into the mindset of highly successful entrepreneurs.  She also has a strong understanding of the retail industry.

The agency specialises in supporting people and businesses with a global reach who want to make the world a better place.

Now is the age of the global small business, which, thanks to modern technology is a cost-effective reality for many.  With her great experience in handling brands and her love of technology, Tina is able to provide clients with the best solutions to reach their goals.

Adventure, Art & Brands

Famous Publicity supports the most exciting people who are making a valuable contribution to the world.

Tina – who has been a member of the Chartered Institute of PR since 1988 – is supported by a dedicated writer Chris Barnes plus a team of specialists who are called in to provide support as the needs dictate.  This results in an expert and timely delivery of services.

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Latest Blog Posts

Royal Observatory at Greenwich

Mudge Green Clock Wows at Greenwich

One of the most exciting collections of clocks ever amassed has gone on show at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London at a landmark exhibition open to the public until Sunday 5 January 2015. The display, titled ‘Ships, Clocks and Stars’, has brought together a wide range of timepieces to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the…

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National Maritime Museum in Greenwich hosts the Ships, Clocks and Stars exhibition

Ships, Clocks and Stars

One of the most exciting collections of clocks ever amassed is on show at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London at a landmark exhibition open to the public until the new year. The display, titled ‘Ships, Clocks and Stars’, brings together a wide range of timepieces to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Longitude Act 1714….

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Photographers with Jim McNeill, Alexandra Shackleton and Sir  Ranulph Fiennes

Ice Warrior Jim McNeill Seeks Inaccessibility

Highly accomplished and internationally renowned explorer Jim McNeill, founder of the successful 13-year-old Ice Warrior Project is looking for experienced adventurers or complete novices to take part in an extraordinary journey. The Northern Pole of Inaccessibility remains the last significant place on earth as yet unreached by mankind. By definition it is the furthest point from land…

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