A great bunch

PUBLISHED: 13:13 23 February 2007 | UPDATED: 22:37 28 May 2010

Natalie Jode and Michelle Spendelow

Natalie Jode and Michelle Spendelow

A March florists has become the first business to sponsor Fenland Arts events after agreeing to back four taking place in the spring. The Greenhouse, in High Street, donated £200 to Fenland Arts to go towards running the events, which will take place in M

A March florists has become the first business to sponsor Fenland Arts events after agreeing to back four taking place in the spring.

The Greenhouse, in High Street, donated £200 to Fenland Arts to go towards running the events, which will take place in March Town Hall.

The four events are:

- Sprung springtime exhibition, from April 19-May 3;

- Kasai Masai, an African dance group with an urban twist, performance on April 26;

- ARTScreen showing of the film Dancing In The Dark, on April 29;

- A Clucking Good Hen Night performance by the MSFits Theatre group on May 2.

Fenland Arts officer Natalie Jode, pictured with Michelle Spendelow, right, from Greenhouse, said: "We are really pleased that the Greenhouse is on board and we are very excited that a local business wants to sponsor the arts.

"Up until now, we have been funded by Awards For All, but we decided to attempt to find businesses which would like to sponsor events and make running the group more sustainable than applying for funding."

To become a sponsor, contact Natalie on 01354 652769, or e-mail info@fenlandarts.org.uk or call into March Town Hall on the Market Place.


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