Strawberries and Creem Sponsorship
As a result of the recent atrocities in Manchester, a flurry of frenzied activity from the biggest names on the worldwide music scene, consequently produced a ‘heartfelt’ performance to remember the unfortunate occasion.
This weekend, Cambridgeshire’ is the venue for a slightly different music exhibition, but of equal significance to those artists and audiences that will descend upon Haggis Farm, for the annual Strawberries and Creem Festival.
Perhaps not recognised to the same echelons as those musical stars who combined to complete the ‘One Love Manchester’ line up, but none the less an impressive event.
A crowd in excess of 8,000 people are expected to witness contrasting music genres. The urban music festival has built an established reputation in its own right, receiving coverage from BBC Radio 1, MOBO Awards and SBTV respectively, as well as other specialist media.
Meanwhile, down the road in Peterborough, people will be exerting themselves in a slightly different manner. The YMCA Peterborough charity will undergo renovation works to its premises to enhance its Health and Fitness bootcamp provision.
Focused on building proactive and sustainable communities, helping young people to realise their full potential, on their journey from dependence to independence, it is envisaged that the maintenance will help deliver the groups’ mission.
The tremendous community spirit that will be enjoyed at each of these events is somewhat of a given, but what they also have in common, is support from local business Mick George Ltd. The company has contributed countless, free Skips and Wheelie Bins, to support the volunteer led initiatives.
Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’With everything that’s going on in the world at the moment, it’s pleasing to see local communities unite, and come together to really enjoy these annual events.’’
Stump continued: ‘’We like to offer a helping hand where we can, it’s a gesture of our appreciation for their ongoing support.’’