News: Lindfield Arts Festival

Posted on 13th June 2018

Lindfield Arts Festival 21-23 September 

Can you help?

Lindfield Arts Festival is a well-established charity, run by volunteers, and aims to bring art, in its broadest sense, to the local community. Last year alone, over 4000 people enjoyed wide ranging performances, exhibits and demonstrations and this year we anticipate even greater numbers attending this very popular event. The Festival is running from 21-23 September and we would love to have some local business support.

In order to cover the costs of this community based Festival, we have put together some sponsorship and advertising opportunities for local businesses and details can be found on the website: www.lindfieldartsfestival.com. We are seeking 3 levels of sponsorship

  • £250 Bronze to include a quarter page advertisement in the Festival brochure, distributed to 8000 households
  • £500 Silver to include half page advertisement
  • £1000 Gold to include full page advertisement

We are also looking for raffle and auction prizes

The impact of the Festival has far reaching benefits for the local community, enabling visitors to access art and at the same time providing an excellent opportunity for businesses to work together with the community to the benefit of all.

For further information, please contact me (Carolyn) via email:  enquiries@lindfieldartsfestival.com

Many thanks,

Carolyn Robinson

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