|Lucy’s Law nominated for third award
The award winning campaign to establish Lucy's Law has been nominated for another award.
In September the successful campaign to establish a ban on third party sales in England was made campaign of the month in PR Week.
A week later they received a special award at the Animal Hero Awards as was described as, 'one of the most remarkable animal welfare campaigns in history.'
Now the campaign has been nominated in the category of Voluntary Sector Campaign of the Year for the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Public Affairs Awards 2018.
The awards will be handed out at the Park Plaza London Riverbank Hotel on the 29th November. Host for the evening will be the Jon Craig, Chief Political Correspondent for Sky News. The PRCA Public Affairs Awards celebrate the very best of the UK public affairs industry.
Vet and campaigner, Marc Abraham, who led the Lucy's Law campaign tweeted, 'Proud to announce the #LucysLaw campaign to ban 3rd party puppy sales & help end puppy farming has been shortlisted in the @PRCA_Awards!'
Meanwhile, the campaign in Wales to bring in Lucy's Law gained more support as Ceredigion council joined a number of other council's in the principality to support the ban on third party sales.
A petition calling on the Welsh Government to bring in the measure has nearly 8,000 signatures. To sign it go to - https://t.co/yqetX6z7E9