“The Staff of the Wedgwood Museum Trust worked with Pat Spence for several years during the period that the ‘Etruria’ Collectors magazine was being issued by the Company.  During the period of time involved, the Wedgwood Museum Staff who worked with Pat - who was solely responsible for coordinating the features which appeared in the magazine - found her to be particularly conscientious, factually accurate, innovative and above all prompt.”

Lynn Miller, Information Officer, The Wedgwood Museum


“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your help in producing this excellent magazine. It is a very prestigious publication within the industry and I hope you can feel proud of being part of it. I look forward to working with you again on the next edition.”

Sam Woodvine, Design Magazine Editor, Ibstock Brick.


“ Just a brief note to thank you for your very positive contribution to our Focus on Mental Health campaign. The recent review meeting clearly demonstrated that the original objectives we set ourselves were largely met and the campaign was very successful. Your personal contribution made an enormous difference and I am very grateful for your support. I hope that we will have the opportunity of working together in the future. “

Chris Bielby, Manager (Community Health), Social Services, City of Bradford Metropolitan Council


“Pat is a copywriter who I know will produce the results I need. She makes sure she understands the brief and her copy is always concise, clear and on message. If you need a very professional, talented and hardworking copywriter, then give Pat a call.”

Denis Hanlon, Breathe Integrated Marketing


“I hired Pat recently to re-write and edit copy for one of my websites. Pat is very meticulous and takes great pains with whatever she is doing. She amazed me with her attention to detail, noticing little mistakes or typing errors that I had completely overlooked. She's adaptable too. She's able to vary her writing style to suit the context. That's a great skill. I know very few people who can switch easily from magazine writing to brochure writing to website copy.”

Cornelius Cavendish, Writer