CAMPAIGN DIARY: Adland’s more dodgy types to experience a new brand of hard cell

Next week we’ll be bringing you news of some of the 200 people who will be spending a night in the new wing of Brixton Prison in conjunction with the charity, Macmillan Cancer Relief.

Next week we’ll be bringing you news of some of the 200 people who

will be spending a night in the new wing of Brixton Prison in

conjunction with the charity, Macmillan Cancer Relief.



The sponsorship event has been organised to make the public more aware

of prison conditions while raising funds for the Macmillan Nurses, the

Prison’s adopted charity.



The Diary can reveal that several ad industry people have decided to

swap the familiar interiors of some of London’s finer establishments for

a night in the cells.



Among those taking part are BMP DDB’s chief executive, Chris Powell, the

agency’s joint deputy managing director, Mark Rapley, the D&AD director,

David Kester, and the Ammirati Puris Lintas man doing a special project,

Andrew Cracknell.



We’ll bring you pictures and tales from the cells next week.



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