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Sports Journalists’ Association awards – shortlisted writer


"Jeremy Blackmore is a regular contributor to The Cricketer magazine, and its digital channels. He writes diligently and informatively and has excellent content. We look forward to reading his bi-monthly ‘county memories’ series which always gleans good tales from the greats of the game and is popular with our readers."

Huw Turbervill, Managing editor, The Cricketer

"Thanks again for your contributions. You've been absolutely brilliant and we couldn't be more thankful to you. Really enjoyed all your stories and I hope we can continue to work with you in the future"

Ananya Upendran, Managing Editor, Women's CricZone

"Jeremy is a pleasure to work with; a solid and reliable writer who has delivered quality content to us without issue on numerous occasions"

Amanda Nicholls, former editor, The Bristol Magazine (MC Publishing)

PR and Communications roles

"Jeremy headed the Highways Agency Major Projects Communications team. I am consistently impressed by his open and innovative approaches to comms matters and the effective support and guidance he provides to project teams. That can be wide ranging and often under the pressure of tight deadlines. Jeremy can be relied on to be a total pro, giving sound advice, working collaboratively, acting with integrity, and injecting humour when appropriate to motivate and build teams up."

Paul Unwin, Smart motorways sponsor, Highways England, visiting lecturer at Coventry University

Jeremy is a dedicated professional, with an engaging and empowering approach to successfully deliver outcomes. I have had the great fortune to work alongside Jeremy and trust his ability implicitly.

Rowland Potter, Head of Transport at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, formerly Highways England

I worked alongside Jeremy over a 5 year period at the Highways Agency - I found him to be highly professional in his approach especially as he led the development of the Agency's communications planning regime and provided support to the major infrastructure projects, working with a wide cross section of internal and external stakeholders and partners. A ‘communicator’ by day, it was obvious that his real passion is the ‘thwack’ of leather on willow…

Chris McManus, Department for Transport, formerly Highways Agency