We’re delighted to announce that The Stations project has won a Bronze in the Best Direct Mail category at the Roses Creative Awards.
After the Government rejected an amendment to the immigration bill to allow 3,500 unaccompanied minors into the UK on the 25th April 2016, The Stations Response Packs were used to target 40 MPs and 10 Lords. 30 MPs had to be persuaded to rebel in order to overturn the vote. On the 9th May, the government made a U-turn and passed the Dubs Amendment allowing the entry of an unspecified number of unaccompanied minors.
We picked up the award at the recent presentation ceremony held in Manchester. The Roses awards recognise the best in creativity from UK agencies working outside the M25.
To find out more about The Stations project, see the case study: