News: Sponsor Herbie Flowers

Posted on 25th January 2017

SUMMER FESTIVAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Burgess Hill Summer Festival is seeking sponsorship for a Jazz in the Park music event to be held in the Festival Marquee in St John’s Park on Sunday 4 June.  The Festival would like to book well-known Ditchling-based musician Herbie Flowers and his Band and is seeking a local business to support what promises to be a very popular event.  Herbie has a strong following and Herbie Flowers Jazz Breakfast is a regular event at Brighton Dome and Brighton Fringe Festival.  The Festival is seeking sponsorship of £400 to support this event as part of this year’s Summer Festival programme. The sponsor will be credited in the Summer Festival programme, 15,000 copies of which will be delivered to all households and placed in public venues around the town, as well as in press releases and other publicity.  For further information please contact Judy Pointing email judy@burgesshill.gov.uk.

 

Judy Pointing

Community Development Manager

DDI: 01444 238211

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