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The Bulgarian Cultural Institute London (BCI London) is Bulgaria's official organisation in the UK which promotes Bulgarian culture, knowledge and tourism, under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Bulgaria. "The vast majority of the Institute's work is aimed not only at Bulgarians, but at the UK's wide, international audience. And, of course, being a semi-governmental organisation allows us access to infamous cultural heritage items and exhibits, and guarantees you the respect and acknowledgement received through partnering with/sponsoring such an organisation. With a focus on the promotion of different artforms and our supporters (ie you), BCI London organises and supports a broad spectrum of innovative projects, programmes and events. We offer a wide range of PR and marketing solutions to our sponsors, including international TV coverage, as well as great networking and contact-making opportunities. We also offer you the opportunity to periodically organise events for your company at our premises, which we will advertise for you! The Institute's ultimate goal is to draw attention to the great achievements and heritage within Bulgaria's vast cultural history, current and past events/achievements with an international bearing and to promote new talent. We also aim to encourage collaborations between Bulgarians, Britons and other nationals, be it on an individual or higher level. Just some of our aims are outlined here. Bulgarian Cultural Institute London aims to promote, support and develop cultural and social relations between Bulgaria and the UK through various means     by introducing Bulgarian culture to the UK's international audience through exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, theatrical productions, discussions and debates, recitals, literary evenings, and many more!    by organising a multitude of interesting courses and seminars, as well as Bulgarian and international traditions and crafts evenings and workshops    by collaborating with, supporting and partnering with other similar institutions, Anglo-Bulgarian associations and other cultural representatives    by offering a library and reading room with a wide selection of Bulgarian and foreign literature, albums, films, dictionaries, guides and other materials    by providing tourist information and materials for all those who wish to visit Bulgaria and experience its exquisite cultural monuments first-hand. Please contact Ioanna Peeva for more information on sponsorship and/or partnership, or with your offer. Contact: Ioanna Peeva, Legal & Business Consultant/PR, Marketing and Finance; general information and enquiries office@bcilondon.co.uk Address: 188 Queen's Gate, South kwensington, London SW7 5HL. E-mail: ipeeva@bcilondon.co.uk
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The Dodworth & District Miners Memorial Fund was proposed to "procure, provide and maintain a memorial which could act as a focal point in the village of Dodworth, Barnsley to coal miners killed or injured in the surrounding areas from 1850 to the present day". Various continuing 'awareness events' are being proposed to highlight the construction of the memorial including canoeing, paragliding, sporting and other expeditionary events. This is a unique opportunity to record our rich social mining history and heritage for others to learn from. The surrounding mines supplied coal to the great industries on which our country was built - coal that heated our homes and powered our railways and our navy's ships which were used to discover the British Empire. All donations will be gratefully received and should be paid direct to the 'Dodworth & District Miners Memorial Fund' holding account by electronic transfer.     Account details: Dodworth & District Miners Memorial Fund.     Sort code: 11-00-23.     Account number: 01834551. Donations can be made at any Halifax Bank over the counter, using the sort code, account number and recipient details supplied. Contact: Richard G. Jessop. E-mail: Jessjessop2003@yahoo.co.uk.


"Our service: FDA is a promoter of a top Classic Chinese dance show. We are a non-profit organisation that is reviving authentic divinely inspired Chinese culture, which has disappeared in China after the Cultural Revolution. Please contact us for further details about any aspect of the sponsorship opportunity". Contact: Shuyu Wang. Tel.: 0044 (0)787 567 7612. E-mail:
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    The sponsorship opportunity

The show is in the phase of being established in the UK and we welcome sponsors for specific areas of the promotion, eg cost for advertising in the targeted printed media.


The Indonesian Students International Convention is the biggest Indonesian Students Association event in the UK. This year, under this event there will be two 'sub-events': TIIMI and a Gala Cultural Night. TIIMI is an academic paper competition for all students around the world. This sub-event is the longest running Indonesian students' paper competition in the world - last year's event was a massive success. This year TIIMI will be combined with the Gala Cultural Night, an event that will introduce Indonesian traditional cultures, such as dancing, music and handicrafts. This is a fundraising event to raise money to help underprivileged children in Indonesia reach an adequate level of education. "Contact us now for details of how to support this event". Contact: Haikal Bekti Anggoro. Address: Pendle College, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YZ. Tel.: +447761328951. E-mail:
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  Download more info.!   Click button for a copy of the ISIC Proposal 2012 (pdf format)


Lakes for Living, Lakes for Life is a first in the UK. It will bring together senior decision makers from all over the world to enjoy enthusiastic discussion of how those involved in business, the community and the environment can and should work together for the benefit of lake environments. The conference will be jointly hosted by the Environment Agency and Lake District National Park Authority in the perfect location of the Lake District National Park, England's largest National Park and home to the country's longest 'mere', Windermere, deepest water, Wastwater and tallest 'pike', Scafell. The venue for the event will be the four-star Low Wood Hotel, which occupies a privileged shoreline setting offering fine views across Lake Windermere. The organisers can offer potential sponsors an excellent platform to promote their organisation within this renowned location and stunning environment. The conference aims to bring together all those who work with lakes worldwide and contribute to the development of the network of practitioners across Europe and beyond. Over 150 senior decision makers and influencers are expected to attend from environmental, economic and community sectors associated with Lakeland access across the globe. Through workshops, site visits and key note speeches, the conference will deliver and collate the very best of experience and current practice. In addition, delegates will benefit from the chance to build networks with overseas colleagues and learn about their successes and experiences. Delegates taking part in the debate will come from worldwide organisations including the Living Lakes Network in Europe and beyond and the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) in the US and Canada, as well as a host of key UK environmental alliances including Natural England, The National Trust, the RSPB and the Forestry Commission. Together with the strong presence of organisations with an economic direction, such as Cumbria Tourism and the North West Development Agency, their combined experiences will enrich the conference and contribute to future worldwide lake management policy. The day programme includes energising and inspiring international presentations by key sector representatives. Structured workshops will address each element of the mix to explore and understand the core issues. Delegates will also enjoy practical site visits to see exemplars of environmental, community and business initiatives to stimulate discussion between all those who work in the economic, environmental and community sectors within lake catchments. Each destination catchment has its share of problems, attractions and opportunities. A programme of evening entertainment will add a lighter touch to the proceedings as delegates are invited to enjoy the company of new found friends and colleagues against the magnificent backdrop of the Lake District. "We will forge strong working relationships with all our sponsors to identify the potential synergies between our organisations and ensure our objectives are aligned and promoted effectively. There are a number of sponsorship packages available which are outlined in the conference brochure, A Slice of the Action, available via the download button. These can be tailored to your individual requirements which we would be pleased to discuss further". Contact: Julian Smith, External Fundraiser. Address: Murley Moss, Oxenholme Road, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 7RL. Tel.: 01539 792605. E-mail: julian.smith@lake-district.gov.uk.
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  Download more info.!   Click button to download more information from the Lake District National Park Authority (pdf format)


With its 2,000-year history, the Lantern Festival from the Far East made its debut in London between 3rd February and 6th March, 2016. This first Magical Lantern Festival was held at Chiswick House & Gardens and attracted over 110,000 ticketed visitors and more than 150 major media organisations. These included the BBC, ITV, ABC News, Reuters TV, TRT, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, Evening Standard, Metro, Time Out, Buzzfeed, etc. The festival has generated over £5 million in media value and achieved over 150 million views on air, online and offline. "This year, the Magical Lantern Festival will expand its scale to other parts of the UK. Apart from London's Chiswick House & Gardens, Birmingham Botanical Garden, Leeds Roundhay Park and Glasgow (venue TBC) will also stage the festival. We are expecting 300,000 ticketed attendees throughout the country this winter. We welcome more companies and organisations to join us to take advantage of these fantastic opportunities. You can choose either to sponsor four festivals or just join us on one site. Choosing the former, you would get a total 15% discount. Please click on the download button below for a sponsorship pack". Contact: Ian Xiang. Tel.: 02071015450. Address: Weli Creative Ltd, 10-16 Tiller Road, London E14 8PX. E-mail:
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Key sponsor benefits

     £6.5 million media value
     182 million audience reach
     300,000 ticketed attendees
     Four sites in UK: London, Birmingham, Leeds and Glasgow (TBC)


Download more info.!   Click button to download more information about sponsorship opportunities offered by the Magical Lantern Festival (pdf format)


Masquerade 2000 is seeking partners to put on performances at various events. "We are one of the UK's largest carnival floats/troupes, comprising 800-1,000 participants from diverse cultures and age groups, from the regions and London, appearing on both days of carnival. The London Notting Hill Carnival attracts 2.5 million visitors over the August Bank Holiday weekend. We offer sponsorship packages which are tailored to the individual needs of our sponsors, enabling you to achieve the maximum exposure and awareness for your brand, product, service or business. We offer opportunities for advertisement on our banners (trucks), 800 t-shirts and any other promotional materials you may wish to distribute. You may also be linked to the website 'm2kmas.com', e-newsletter and social media platforms. M2K mas was established in 1992 and has celebrated twenty years of carnival with our superior security, promoting health and safety. We are a responsible professional organisation, winning major awards for our artistry. We have been featured on prime time television, press (VogueUK.com, Time Out London, Metro, etc.) and promotional material for the Olympics and Millenium celebrations. Previous sponsors include British Airways, Asda, Supermalt and ESG. We attend other regional carnivals in Swanage, Derby, Leicester and Bristol (half million visitors). Further details are available on request". Contact: Margaret Hamilton. Address: 32 Chichester Road, London E11 3LH. Tel.: 07956880635. E-mail:
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M2K Opportunities

     Notting Hill Carnival launch: theme and product line
     M2K at Notting Hill Carnival parade (two day event)
     St Patricks Day appearance in Ireland: performers and float
     DJ Competition
     'R U Ready 2 Dance' competition.


     About Music at Paxton - established in response to local demand in 2006, Music at Paxton is a charitable organisation which produces an annual Chamber Music Festival each July in the tranquil setting of Paxton House, an eighteenth century Palladian country house, near the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the Scottish Borders. "From a pilot weekend in 2006, we have grown to a ten-day summer festival, featuring international celebrity artists alongside emerging young talent and the best of the UK's established chamber musicians, with audiences who travel from Edinburgh and the Lothians, Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, Glasgow, and beyond.     About Paxton House - an eighteenth century John Adam mansion, Paxton House nestles in the banks of the River Tweed. Full of treasures, the house is home to a magnificent collection of Chippendale and Trotter furniture, and boasts beautiful gardens and extensive woodland and riverside grounds. Concerts are held in the stunning Picture Gallery, an intimate venue seating 140, the largest built for a private home in Scotland, and an outreach of the National Galleries of Scotland. With its wonderful acoustics, domed roof-light that lets in the summer sun and walls hung high with paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland's collection, it is an idyllic setting for chamber music.      2016 Festival - headlining the 2016 festival are violinist Alina Ibragimova, cellist Pieter Wispelwey and pianist Cédric Tiberghien, in a residency over the opening weekend alongside the Doric String Quartet, allowing scope for concerts of wide ranging formats and the opportunity for audiences to interact with our artists in varied settings. During the week we will present a Live Music Now Scotland showcase of emerging artists, who will also perform elsewhere in the community around the time of the festival. The closing weekend will feature the internationally-renowned Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt. Full programme details are available on request". Contact: Elizabeth Macdonald, General Manager. Tel.: 07719702265. Address: 31 Kirk Park, Dunbar, East Lothian EH42 1BJ. E-mail:
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Sponsor benefits

     Support a local charity, and engage with the communities on both sides of the border.
     Promote your business to audiences drawn from the length and breadth of the UK.
     Entertain existing and potential clients, and reward staff.

Sponsor a concert from £2,500

     Full page colour inside cover advertisement in programme.
     Prominent acknowledgement as sponsor on website - www.musicatpaxton.co.uk.
     Prominent acknowledgement as sponsor on all printed materials and publicity.
     Display facilities.
     Agreed number of reserved seats and complimentary programmes.
     Opportunity to entertain guests at Paxton House through receptions and dinners.*

* Costs to be borne by sponsor.

"The above are simply illustrations, and we would be pleased to discuss alternative sponsorship packages according to your requirements. Financial information can be supplied on request".



The National Trust is Europe's leading conservation charity, with over 3.4 million loyal members. It cares for historic properties, internationally acclaimed gardens, coastline and countryside for everyone to enjoy, both now and in the future. The Trust is looking to work with like-minded companies on a variety of commercially attractive sponsorship opportunities. A relationship with The National Trust sends out a clear message about commitment to conservation, the environment and the preservation of our nation's heritage. Research has shown that Trust members see commercial partnerships as a clear endorsement of the brand or product. Promotional opportunities drive sales whilst benefiting from a positive association with the Trust in the minds of customers. Contact: Elin Horgan, Corporate Partnerships Manager. Address: The National Trust, Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon SN2 2NA. Tel.: 01793 817507. E-mail:
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Current opportunities include:

     Major programme sponsorship top tier sponsorship packages based around key areas of the Trust's work including Gardens, Discovery and Outdoors
     National Trust Music Festival: twelve high profile summer concerts at four key Trust properties
     From Plot to Plate - a series of over one hundred events focusing on growing, producing and cooking food
     Working Holidays scheme - the longest running National Trust volunteering programme with over 4,000 participants annually

Bespoke sponsorship packages can be created to meet the sponsor's marketing objectives, but the benefits of working with the National Trust include:

    Association with the powerful and trusted National Trust brand
    Access to 3.4 million National Trust members, 82% ABC1
    Coverage and acknowledgement in National Trust communications
    Excellent corporate social responsibility and PR story

Sponsor branding opportunities

    Corporate hospitality at some of the nation's most prestigious properties
    Staff benefits including free entry passes and an employee volunteering programme


    3.4 million members/1.7 million households
    82% are ABC1
    37% 35-54 years families with children under 16
    39% 45-64 years independent adults


    13 million visits to houses and gardens each year
    50 million visits to coast and countryside spaces each year
    500,000 visits by school children each year
    80% of the population live within twenty miles of a National Trust property



OpporLoonity for Sponsor to go 'Monster!'. "A sponsorship liaison with the Loony Party could be the platform for a simple exposure campaign; for example, on our rosettes, website and in news interviews, or more imaginatively as a comedy foil highlighting the particular qualities of a product or organisation. On a smaller scale, a sponsor could support a sole candidate in their campaign constituency. The grey backdrop of a parliamentary election is the perfect opportunity for a colourful Loony event. The Loony Party is a long-standing, vibrant British fixture, bringing iridescence to the election theatre. The cameras always find us, although we're very shy! The Loony Party's origins date to 1963 when Screaming Lord Sutch stood for parliament in Stratford-upon-Avon. He stood in several elections during the '60s and '70s, forming the Loony Party with Howling Laud in 1982. We have stood in twenty-one parliamentary by-elections since Howling Laud became leader in 1999, and had twenty-eight candidates standing across England and Wales in the last General Election of 2010. We field eccentric characters as candidates in both parliamentary by-elections and General Elections. In 2014 we participated in four by-elections, represented by Captain Chaplington-Smythe in Manchester, Nick the Flying Brick in Newark, Howling Laud in Clacton-on-Sea and Hairy Knorm in Rochester. In 2014, our leader Howling Laud Hope was interviewed twice, live in the studio on the Daily Politics show. His distinctive profile has been photographed and appeared in The Times, Telegraph, Independent, many tabloids and the New Statesman. Over a hundred articles about the Loony Party appeared in newspapers and magazines during 2014. Our website had 150,000 daily hits during the week of the 2010 General Election. William Hill supported us in two recent General Elections. In the 2010 General Election Howling Laud was pictured on a page spread in the Daily Telegraph, raising hands with David Cameron, while wearing a huge 'I bet I can beat William Hill' rosette. The Loony Party have marketed a range of beers in 2013/14, in partnership with several breweries. The beers are called 'Co-ALE-ition' and over 50,000 pints have been sold across the UK - our IPA, 'Insanity Prevents Austerity', is the most popular. Our strapline is 'Vote for insanity - you know it makes sense', and we are playfully referred to, in the media, as an alternative option to the Establishment. We are in the nation's psyche, and the British population have an instinctive and unique affection for us. We have a rare doorstep connection and appeal variously to the young, the old and the open-minded. Sponsorship of the Loony Party will bring you national press and TV exposure with an enthusiastic, fun, and distinctive partner. Please contact the Party Treasurer for updated information". Contact: Nick Delves. Address: Hillside Farm, Field Lane, Kirk Ireton, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 3JT. Tel.: 01335 370 038/07973 324 985. E-mail: nick.delves@loonyparty.com.
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Mission Statement: Soundcastle is a pioneering arts collective which creates original music through a diverse range of collaborations. Our artistic ethos is to engage first and foremost with the people and the place with which we are working. Our mission is to - explore exciting and inspiring approaches to music making; promote music as an individual and collective voice; make links within and between communities.      Professional Testimonial: 'Soundcastle are an exciting, high quality, innovative ensemble established by musicians on the Guildhall Masters Leadership Programme. The ensemble consists of four excellent portfolio musicians who have much to offer society at large as performers, creative collaborators, leaders and teachers. The collective artistic and educational experience of these individuals will make Soundcastle more than the sum of its parts and bring new and extraordinary experiences to a wide range of people in a variety of contexts', Sean Gregory, Director of Creative Learning, Barbican/Guildhall. "Let's celebrate local heritage through music, song and dance". Contact: Rachael Perrin. Address: 18 Sundorne Road, Greenwich SE7 7PP. Tel.: 447525059570. E-mail:
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The Thames Chase Trust aims to make the Thames Chase Community Forest an inspirational example of landscape regeneration through cost effective environmental improvements that change lives - and demonstrates these values through exemplary community-led management at the Thames Chase Forest Centre. Thames Chase Community Forest covers forty square miles of countryside around the London/Essex borders, encompassing landscape in Barking and Dagenham, Brentwood, Havering and Thurrock. Within its boundaries there has been a concerted effort, over the last twenty-five years, to regenerate despoiled landscape and enhance the natural environment for the benefit of local people and wildlife. Contact: Mary Wright, Trustee. Address: Thames Chase Forest Centre, Broadfields, Pike Lane Upminster, RM14 3NS. Tel.: 01708 642970. E-mail:
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Current opportunities include:

    A defibrilator for our Forest Centre
    The Conservation Volunteer's 4x4 vehicle
    Supporting wildlife and activity volunteer groups
    Re-planting our renovated Tree Nursery

Bespoke sponsorship packages can be created to meet the sponsor's marketing objectives, but the benefits of working with the Community Forest include:

    Association with the powerful and national Community Forest brand
    Access to around 125,000 annual visitors to our Forest Centre
    Coverage and acknowledgement in Community Forest social and printed media communications
    Excellent corporate social responsibility and PR story
    Sponsor branding opportunities
    Corporate hospitality at our 17th century Essex barn and Conference Room


    125,000 visits to our Forest Centre each year
    3,500 visits to our website each month
    Over 10,000 reached on social media each month




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Description/contact info.
The London Cultureseekers Group is a London-based history and culture social group. "We have over 8,300 members in and around London and are looking for sponsors who wish to reach them. You can either have an ad. on our website (see link below) or you can feature in our monthly online magazine which goes out to the membership - or we can promote you at one of the 70+ events that we organise every year. Members' interests are: museums, art galleries, theatre, history, London, travelling, reading and learning". Contact: Robert Coleman, Organiser. Address: 111 Greenslade Road, Barking IG11 9XF. Tel.: 07905 901 834. E-mail:
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Membership demographics

60% Women, 40% Men
Average age of members: 45
90% based in London, 10% in surrounding counties
50% British, 50% overseas students or workers
60% single


Odd Boy Film offers the opportunity to sponsor a short film based on the poem My Black Skin, written by Nicholas Pinnock. The film is inspired by Black History Month. "We are looking for a small amount of sponsorship to enable us to go into production. The piece is primarily a 'talking heads' in style, but with more movement, shot in black and white and with a fairly loose camera style. The length of the piece will be approximately three minutes. Throughout the film we intercut between different people: men, women and children from all walks of life, unknown, known and well-known from all over England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, reciting either a word, a line or a verse from the poem. We will see these people in the various locations where they live or work, so as to get across the feeling that the people the poem refers to, and is for, are those who are these people - everyday people from different walks of life, that do different things and may have different levels of reference/relevance in the piece, but that all share a common bond: the fact that black skin is important to them. Intercut into the poem will be film and pictures of iconic people from history: Malcolm X, Nelson Mandela, Sidney Poitier, William Wilberforce, JFK, Rosa Parks, Jesse Owens and Abraham Lincoln. We will feature a black albino and someone doing sign language; a foreign language speaker; and someone with limited abilities, so that as many people as possible will be represented by, and will identify with, the piece. We also feel it necessary to include people from other races with an established link to black culture, either through what they do for/with the black community or if they are linked to it through marriage or are parents to black, mixed race children. Our aim is have two to three charities on board, such as the ACLT and the Skin Cancer Research Fund, to help raise awareness. We will look to submit to broadcast by the end of October. Please invest in a worthwhile creative and social piece". Contact: Ryan Elliott. Address: 6b Friern Road, London SE22 0AT. Tel.: 0044 7976727611. E-mail:


The Portuguese Festival was launched in Peterborough in 2014, a new and exciting annual event which proved highly popular. The 2016 festival will take place on 9th and 10th July at Peterborough Rugby Union FC's ground. It is a celebration of Portuguese culture and allows the local Portuguese community to celebrate many aspects of their country's heritage and way of life. As with the first two festivals, in 2016 there will be a range of attractions for all the family, including children, with entertainment in the form of singing, dancing and animation. There will also be the opportunity to sample Portuguese gastronomy, with stalls featuring pastries, wines, beers, cheeses and charcuterie. "We are looking for sponsors to help us realise this third edition of the Portuguese Festival in Peterborough. To achieve our goal, we need an investment of £10,000.00 and in return will offer a range of attractive benefits. If you would like to be part of a successful team and be associated with a very popular and growing event, please get in touch to discuss sponsorship opportunities". Contact: Paulo Batista. Tel.: 07766584535. Address: Peterborough. E-mail:
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