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LATEST NEWS>>        Dec'2020

>> In 2021 Hitch Marketing and MLR will be working together, alongside local Liverpool City Region organisations (from all sectors), to actively support the creation of better health, wealth and wellbeing.


>> We're keen to shape new ways of working that fully involve local people, applying our proven expertise in behaviour change, engagement, impact assessment and social research. 


>> Both organisations understand how to involve people from all walks of life in devising solutions, helping communities to shape ways forward, develop resilience, and build back together - during and after this pandemic. Whats not to love about that? 



Email Gary Wootten (Hitch) or Michael Lloyd (MLR) to arrange a chat and explore ways to work together. We look forward to hearing from you! More on Hitch is in this short video>>

Why don't you get in touch if you feel you have a query we can help you with? In the first instance send Michael an email:

Michael Lloyd - Owner & Principal Researcher

>> Michael has 20 years experience as a social researcher - working in a variety of academic, private sector and local authority research 'hubs'.

>> Skills include: Evaluation; Criminal Justice Research; Health Needs Assessment; Housing & Community Research; Stakeholder Engagement; Economic & Labour Market Statistics; GIS/Visualisation; Linking Social Research Methodologies. Find out more about Michael on LinkedIn here

MLR>> Associates

Please note: MLR>> associate status is by invitation only - with a track record of working successfully with MLR>> one of the essential criterion determining selection.

Advisory Panel (non-executive members)

Panel Member Employment status  Expertise
Dave Bishop


Programme Development Manager, Uganda at JENGA Community Development Outreach


>> Impact assessment

>> Capacity building & NGO's 

Margi Butler


Head of Commissioning, Mental Health & Armed Forces Health - Warrington CCG, Warrington


>> Mental health

>> Veteran & offender health

Jill Cushing Evaluation & Impact Lead (Children & Young People's Emotional Health & Wellbeing), Barnardo's

>> CYP mental health & wellbeing

>> Resilience, evidence & evaluation

Professor Paul Ekblom Professor of Design Against Crime - Design Against Crime Research Centre, London

>> Situational crime prevention

>> Conceptual frameworks & horizon scanning

Ian Gilliver


Technical Writer & Editor - Retired Consultant, Macclesfield

>> Strategy

>> Editorial

Professor Alex Hirschfield


Retired Professor of Criminology and Director - Applied Criminology Centre (ACC), Huddersfield


>> Environmental criminology

>> Policy evaluation & health impact  

Chris Young


Performance Analyst, Newcastle City Council


>> Data analysis & GIS mapping.

>> Community safety research methods

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