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Festival of Food and Music returns to South Hill Park

Over the Jubilee 3 day weekend, South Hill Park, Berkshire’s Centre for the Arts, Business and Community was delighted to welcome back the ever popular Festival of Food and Music 3-5 June to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee.

With 8000 visitors, 48 vendors and 68 artists participating, this was the perfect backdrop for Jemca Toyota Bracknell and Reading to support the South Hill Park’s charitable objectives whilst growing local awareness by announcing their corporate partnership with the charity.

As partners, Jemca Toyota were able to showcase the new All New Aygo X on the stunning grounds of South Hill Park, while visitors enjoyed an array of food and craft stalls, a busy line of free art based activities run by the South Hill Park team and fantastic tribute acts opened by Councillor Dai Roberts, Bracknell Town Mayor.

As a registered charity, much loved South Hill Park Arts Centre relies on the support of the community in order to be able to continue to deliver its’ wide range of events and extensive community out-reach programme. There are many ways businesses can support their local arts venue and its charitable objectives, get involved and grow brand awareness, from booking one of their rooms for their next event, or indeed becoming a corporate partner.


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