Below is the full list of winners from The Public Affairs Awards 2018

Best Campaign in Scotland

Marie Curie/MND Scotland – Social Security in Scotland – a fair definition of ‘terminal illness

Best Campaign in Wales

Boots UK/Deryn – Dementia Friends

Best Campaign in Northern Ireland

Weber Shandwick – Let’s Keep on Supporting People

Corporate Campaign of the Year

Siemens – Made Smarter Campaign

Trade Body Campaign of the Year

NFU – The NFU’s ‘Back British Farming Day’ Campaign

Local Government Campaign of the Year

Forty Shillings/Muse Developments/Dartford Borough Council – Regeneration of Westgate Dartford

Planning Campaign of the Year

Newington Communications/Ciel Capital – Restoration of the Methodist Central Hall, Birmingham

Voluntary Sector Campaign of the Year

Newington Communications/PupAid – Making Lucy’s Law a reality

Social Media Campaign of the Year

ABI/Third City – #IPTsUnfair

Think Tank of the Year

Big Innovation Centre

Party Conference Fringe Event of the Year

MHP Communications – Making Perfect Sense of Health

Party Conference Reception of the Year

Interel – Bacta Seaside Reception

Party Conference Stand of the Year

NFU – The NFU’s stands at the Conservative and Labour party conferences

Best In-House Consultancy Collaboration

Connect/Resolution – #NoFaultDivorce

Consultancy Campaign of the Year

Interel – £2 stake for FOBTs

In-house Professional of the Year

Lis Wallace -Malaria No More UK

In-House Team of the Year

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

Consultant of the Year

Katherine Morgan – Interel

Consultancy of the Year


Douglas Smith Prize

Highly Commended:
Alexander Mulchrone – Interel

Christine McKenna – Grayling

Outstanding Contribution

George McGregor – Interel