Jill Lloyd 

Administrator 

Jill looks after Outwrite’s internal processes and projects to ensure the smooth running of our integrated PR agency.

Originally from Broughton and now living on her husband’s family farm near the village of Llanarmon Yn Ial, Jill will be your first point of contact when you call or email us.

She has a background in finance, having worked at a national bank for more than 20 years. Jill started as an input clerk and then worked in liaison roles with insurance agents before leading a customer services team for the agricultural finance department.

She was then appointed as PA to senior directors of the organisation, a role in which she managed two executive assistants to provide day to day support and more technical support with issues such as managing risk and maintaining business continuity.

Jill was also selected to manage two training teams to ensure colleagues were supported in terms of their personal development, which operated across the UK.

After leaving her banking role, she assisted with finance duties at her sister’s farm shop in Buckley.

In her spare time she is kept busy by her two young children, she enjoys baking novelty cakes and is an active member of her village community by participating in the local choir and the village pantomime.

Our successes

Jones Bros

Carrying out a PR and social media campaign for a recruitment drive targeting young people and skilled workers.

“Outwrite’s work has made a big difference to our profile and reputation. We have started being invited to tender against national household name competitors where we wouldn’t have been considered in the past.” 

Mike Caulfield

Managing director, Caulmert

Case study

We devised a national PR campaign raising awareness for the Wales Air Ambulance charity.

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