Pagefield Communications Ltd

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Pagefield is a London-based communications and lobbying firm, set up in 2010 by Mark Gallagher, an 'ardent Conservative' and Brexit supporter. In 2017 it hired Liam Parker, former special adviser and communications director to foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Pagefield lobbies for some controversial clients, including: British American Tobacco; the pesticides industry body, the Crop Protection Association and the Battle of Ideas, a project associated with libertarian and anti-environmental groups. PB

Pagefield was founded in 2010 by Mark Gallagher, former Chief of Staff at ITV and Board Director at Camelot Group plc, with a clear mission in mind: to be the kind of consultancy he and his teams had always wanted to work with, but never found. Working with fellow Founding Partners, Sara Price and Oliver Foster, Pagefield has since been built into an agency that has delivered world-class campaigns for over 100 clients from a wide range of sectors – in the UK and internationally. ref

We are proud to be the UK representative consultancy of ECCO International Public Relations, a global communications and marketing services network that operates across 40 countries. As part of this network, we are able to offer best-in-class international services to our clients, ensuring their campaigns have both global presence and local resonance.

Partners: Halogen Communications, Britain Thinks, Magenta Projects, Prospero, Think Publishing, Donaldson Creative

Aademy: The Pagefield Academy offers completely bespoke training delivered by some of the most experienced practitioners in the business.


  • Mark Gallagher, Founder
  • Oliver Foster
  • Sara Price
  • Gráinne Warner
  • Geoff Duggan
  • Lucy Holbrook
  • Philip Pank
  • Liam Parker
  • Kieran O’Connell
  • Shaya Raymond
  • Mallika Basu
  • Lesley Katon
  • David Leslie
  • Kate Begg
  • Sam Barnett
  • Paul Codd
  • Joshua Lambkin
  • Eleanor Riddles
  • Ed Brown
  • Leonie Martin
  • Sam Postlethwaite
  • Ben Stetson
  • Alice Hawken
  • Alice Kennedy
  • Peter Turay
  • Olivia Crawford
  • Hal Stevenson
  • George Duncan
  • Ellie Mathars
  • Chloe Hanley
  • Victoria Clark
  • Jacqui Beaumont
  • Alexandra Torok
  • Henal Lathia

Senior Advisers

  • Sir Christopher Meyer KCMG
  • Teresa Graham CBE
  • Dame Dianne Thompson DBE
  • James Ashton
  • Dame Sue Tinson DBE
  • Alison Hastings
  • Sian Jarvis CB
  • Sir Michael Lockett
  • Dr Gerard Lyons
  • Sir Peter Middleton
  • Nikki Page
  • Alan Pascoe MBE
  • Debbie Wosskow OBE

Specialist Partners more


  • May.13.2018: Who are the new movers and shakers in the UK public affairs world? Liam Parker,, partner, Pagefield. Parker is a former special adviser to Boris Johnson who was picked up by Pagefield last year. He joined Johnson’s team as director of political communications in 2016 having previously spent two years as press secretary to the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney. Slightly randomly, he has just been charged with heading up Pagefield’s new sports division. He is known by colleagues as a highly industrious operator who “thrives off juggling 20 balls at one time”. One pal reckons that “he never realistically sleeps”. David Singleton, Public Affairs News.
  • Mar.28.2017: Pagefield signs up ex-Boris adviser. Gerard Lyons is one of four new hires to the advisory team. Also joining the team of senior advisors is CEO and founder of Love Home Swap Debbie Wosskow; former Asda corporate affairs director Sian Jarvis and former Tory chairman of Westminster City Council's housing committee Nikki Page. Pagefield announced at the beginning of the year that Oliver Foster would become the agency’s first chief executive. It also recently hired Chris Rogers, European director at Grayling, as a partner. In the past month, Pagefield has also added to its team of ‘specialist partners’ with the arrival of Tanya Joseph and Francesca Woodhouse. Rod Muir, Public Affairs News.