Alison Ellerbrook

During my career I've worked with household names, entrepreneurs and small business across Northumberland and Tyne & Wear.  In the early days of social media, I built up an ecommerce brand which I sold in 2016.  Following this I worked in marketing for the National Trust and, more recently, I've worked as a trainer for the Google Digital Garage, Make It Click initiative and deliver digital marketing skills bootcamps on behalf of the Department for Education.


Now I help organisations to grow their online presence and individuals get started with digital marketing.

Having previously run my own business, I understand the need to make every penny and every minute count and can advise how to use digital marketing channels to promote your brand without it costing the earth.

I'm straight talking and results driven and promise not to bamboozle you with jargon.

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But, what's a singing hinny?

Ah, so you're not from round these parts?

Singing hinnies are a scone-like, griddle cake traditionally made in Northumberland.  Hinny is a term of endearment (a Northumbrian pronunciation of 'honey') and the singing refers to the sizzle the lard makes when it hits the hot griddle pan.