Gina Clarke

Freelance Journalist & PR

Gina Clarke is a freelance journalist, PR & content writer.

She has worked for the BBC, British Forces Broadcasting Service and the Press Association for over a decade.

In 2016 she launched Gina Clarke Media, where she continues with journalism but also offers her PR services for businesses
within the health, technology and start-up sectors.

Launching in 2017, Gina Clarke Media will begin to offer a training service both in person and available online
with courses set around social media and digital content creation.

Please email gina@ginaclarke.media for more details.

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Portfolio

Celebrity

'Queen Elizabeth won't even be AWARE of Meghan Markle's Instagram' claims Jennie Bond
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk about the Royal Family's use of social media, Jennie, ex-BBC Royal Correspondent, said: "I very much doubt the Queen is aware of what is...
'Never say never' to a Ground Force reunion, says ex-host Charlie Dimmock
It's been 20-years since Ground Force first appeared on our screens but it may not be the last says ex-host Charlie Dimmock. She confirmed today that she still regularly meets...
Grow your cherry tomatoes on the commute with Ex-Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury
Family gardening or 'community gardening' is becoming a huge project for urban cities as they tackle the lack of accessible green space by introducing pop up gardens. That's...

Food & Travel

The truth behind why holiday cottage discounts are not all they appear to be
A holiday lettings company boasting a database of more than 8,000 cottages across the UK and Ireland has been accused of artificially inflating its prices to lure customers in...
Stay - Visit - Eat: Mexico
16 Things You Need To Eat In Lincoln Right Now
The foodie hotspot to get on board with this year.
A Rare Vintage
Gina Clarke explores how wine can provide a unique investment opportunity as part of a diverse portfolio.

Lifestyle

As a woman who doesn't wear make-up I still think what Alicia Keys did was brave
I'm not one to wear make-up; I find it time consuming, confusing and needless. Sure I experimented with my friends, but buying blue eyeliner from the market on a Saturday...
The CURE for thinning hair? Woman reveals THIS is key to thick her locks
"I can totally see myself wearing them as I get older, grey hair or comfy PJs hanging out at home but feeling confident as I know that my hair looks perfect. "I used to have...
Former NHS urology nurse develops vaginal rejuvenation treatment
Nurse Emma Soos, 40, Nottinghamshire suffered issues after giving birth Couldn't get treatment she needed so decided to develop her own using lasers Used treatment on herself...
We sent someone to the British high street with shocking results
Russian blogger photographed herself in 11 fitting rooms FEMAIL sent a size 8 and size 16 woman to do the same They visited British high street stores like M&S, Topshop and...
Is a kid taking their dad's surname a 'badge of honour' or an outdated idea?
IT'S an age-old debate - should children automatically take their dad's surname, even if their parents aren't together? Yesterday we told how actress Stephanie Davis has fallen...
I'm scandalised by the judgment being heaped on Jools and Jamie Oliver's birth decision
I went in to labour with my second child with an open mind. And I'd love to tell you that after a short and easy labour, my bouncing baby boy found his way in to the world...
Designer vagina treatment improves mothers' sex lives
Former model Nicole Francis, 32, from Liverpool is a mother-of one a who was prone to occasional leakage and embarrassed about her appearance downstairs. She decided to...
Gina Davies: Google is giving people a misleading impression of me - I am not a pole dancer named...
I know we've only just met, but I feel it's important to get through to you before I see that knowing glint in your eye as I introduce myself - I AM NOT A POLE DANCER. Some...

Business

10 benefits of using artificial intelligence in the workplace
Can you remember the Matrix? We might not all be plugged in, but now both our personal and business lives are plugged on. Whether it's Siri, Alexa or Clever Nelly, Artificial...
Tourico Holidays Forecast London Tourist Bookings to Surge 40%
One of the big winners of the UK's vote to leave the European Union in the June 23rd referndum appears to be the tourism industry. The fall in the Pound has made the UK a...
The top 10 tips for the ultimate power handshake
1) Preparation Handshakes can be practically tricky, especially if you are concentrating on holding a folder or glass - as can be the case at work-related events. Ensure that...
Demand for Flights to Italy, Portugal, Spain Constant Despite Pound's Drop say Cheapflights.co.uk
Tourism is a booming industry for the UK, and Brexit seems to have had only a positive impact on vacations for our friends both across the pond and in Europe, as travelling...
The best and worst case scenarios for the UK after Brexit
On June 23, 2016, Britain took the enormous decision to leave the European Union, after 51 percent of the population voted out. Prime Minister Theresa May has since triggered...
Brexit and the PA

B2B PR

A year's unpaid leave for carers - what do SMEs think?
Among a slew of proposals on workers' rights in the Conservative manifesto is a commitment to introduce a new statutory right for employees to take up to a year of unpaid leave...
Why start-ups and SMEs need to learn how to delegate
Delegating can be difficult - how do you learn to put your company's future in the hands of someone else? Before you can delegate effectively, you need to have the right team in...
HR news, jobs & blogs | Human resources jobs, news & events - People Management
Generation Y men earn £12,500 less than the previous generation by the time they reached the age of 30, new research has revealed. Between the ages of 22 and 30, men experienced...
When self-employment spells freedom and flexibility
Paths to self-employment are many and varied, so what makes people choose to go down them? In 2016, the number of self-employed workers in the UK reached an all-time high of 4.8...

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