Hollywood Agency is a multi-award winning Social Media, Marketing and PR agency offering the complete creative communications solution. Ranging from engaging social media campaigns to international product launches, and website design to strategic communications planning, Hollywood delivers the full package. Behind our doors you will find some of the best creative talent in the region. We’re proud of what we do and our clients love our approach.

The company was founded in 2016 by Erika Maybury, a qualified social media specialist with a passion for getting brands seen online. Since the agency’s inception, Hollywood Agency has gone on to win multiple awards and has worked with growing brands in the UK, USA and Europe. Our clients are many and varied: from big-name brands to our local independent cafes. We work closely with our clients to deliver outstanding social, design and digital marketing solutions.

The whole idea of social media is to be social, but that’s where so many businesses fall down. They fill their social media pages with waffle and sales pitches, forgetting that users aren’t on social media to be sold to. 

We fill your social media with focused, compelling and lively content that your customers or clients can engage with from Day One. We design and implement effective social media campaigns, helping our clients to achieve brand awareness, footfall or sales. We also extend their company’s reach by directing traffic to their website so that they can focus on what they do best – running their business. 


Our location was the main factor in choosing our name; we are based in the centre of the picturesque town of Holmfirth in West Yorkshire. Ancient documents have shown that the town was once named ‘Holmfrith’, which can be translated to ‘Holly wood’. The word ‘frith’ is an old English name meaning ‘wood and woodland’ indicating the name means Holme woods.

Not only does the name Holmfirth translate to Hollywood, did you know that Holmfirth was once illustrious in the film industry? Bamforth & Co, best known for their cheeky seaside postcards, were early pioneers of filmmaking and made a significant contribution to the British film industry in the 1900s.