You may have seen us hinting at our newest client on social over the last few weeks, and now we are so excited to finally reveal the newest client to join our Entyce family, Chester Cathedral!
The iconic Cathedral has selected us to deliver its reopening campaign following 18 months of closures amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Having navigated the many challenges that the pandemic has presented the Cathedral, its team are seeking to once again highlight its importance, both to the local community and to tourism in Chester. With many activities planned over the coming months as a way to welcome visitors back through its doors, they have sought to find a marketing partner to add that all-important creative flair to their ambitious plans.
The Cathedral itself has played a pivotal role during the pandemic, transforming into a COVID-19 testing centre, not to mention continuing to host worship by streaming church services online. Now with restrictions lifted entirely, the Cathedral will still very much be a part of ongoing fight against the spread of the pandemic, but are now able to welcome visitors in the more traditional sense, and we can’t wait to play our part in making their reopening a huge success.
As a place of religious and historical significance but also as a hive of activity for tourists and families, the Cathedral is the destination for thousands each year, and their new campaign will highlight the vast variety of activities that new and returning visitors can expect.
Our creative team will be taking the reins on the Cathedral’s reopening campaign, utilising a number of mediums including video content, social media, design and web development (we’ve even called in the help of our mini-Entycers! 😉) Included in our work will be a mobile tour, which will guide visitors to areas of significance and interest within the Cathedral.
Speaking of Entyce’s new partnership with the Cathedral, Director, Jane Entwistle has said:
“It’s a privilege to be working alongside such an iconic and prominent feature within our city. The Entyce team, both individually and as a team, have visited the Cathedral many times over the years, and we can’t wait to showcase the amazing work of the team and the beautiful architecture of the building through our work.”