Anita Morris Associates is an award-winning PR and communications agency.

We’ve worked with many fantastic clients and scores of brilliant projects, big and small, including Citu UK, Doubletree by Hilton, Fountains Abbey, Igloo Regeneration, Ilkley Literature Festival, Keelham Farm Shop, Leeds Corn Exchange, Northern Art Prize, Rushbond Plc, Save the Children (UK), The Piece Hall Trust, The Tetley, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and Welcome to Yorkshire.

Reputation is everything to our clients and they

know best what their business’ success looks like, whether that’s sales, peer recognition, new business leads, increased footfall, customer retention, stakeholder engagement, perception change, all of these or something else entirely. We help our clients to achieve success – from strategy to execution – and we have a strong track record in doing just that.

We find the right channels to make clients’ projects known by the right people. A press release can be a handy tool but it’s never our starting point. Events, video, competitions, sponsorship, endorsement and promotions, as

well as facts, words and pictures, are tools in our kit that we are very experienced in using. We have even won a couple of CIPR awards along the way for achieving great results with our approach.

Get in touch if you’d like to see if we’re the right team for you.  If your business or your project is facing challenges, creating new products, tackling problems, gearing up for change – chances are we would be a great fit.


We are the retained PR agency for the multi-award-winning Keelham Farm Shop and could not be happier about that. Keelham is a phenomenally successful business with a passion that drives everything they do, to make great-tasting, fresh food available to more people at the keenest prices. Now with two shops and a growing online offer, the energy of the team is behind ambitious plans for the growth of the brand.
For the owners of Round Foundry and Marshall’s Mill estate in Holbeck Urban Village we deliver a range of activities, including the production of quarterly newsletter The Circular, to retain commercial tenants; attract new business occupiers; drive footfall into the area, and maintain the area’s reputation as “the coolest corner of the city”.