A growing Harrogate law firm is increasing its support for one of the North of England’s most respected, and celebrated, arts organisations.
Victoria-Avenue based Harrogate Family Law has become a Premier Partner of Harrogate International Festivals, and in doing so joins an exclusive club of local and regional sponsors.
And as a thank you, the firm which specialises in divorce, family disputes and pre-nuptial agreements, was presented with a special trophy, hand crafted by famed local sculpturer, Steve Blaylock .
Andrew Meehan, Harrogate Family Law Managing Director, said: “We have been supporters of Harrogate International Festivals for a number of years now, and as we have grown so has our financial backing of this superb arts organisation.
“We are delighted to now be ranked as a Premier Partner, and in doing so know our contribution will go towards the Harrogate International Festivals team delivering their superb range of festivals, events and art installations, all of which help put Harrogate on the cultural map.
“We are acutely aware of the impact that Covid has had on the charity and events sectors over the last 20 months. However, in that time Harrogate International Festivals has demonstrated its creativity, ingenuity, and can-do attitude in delivering events virtually and socially distanced when needed to. And as soon as restrictions were eased, it safely brought live events back to the town.
“We are proud to have our name associated with Harrogate International Festivals, and we look forward to being a Premier Partner for many years to come.”
Harrogate International Festival Chief Executive Sharon Canavar said: “We are delighted that Harrogate Family Law has become our latest Premier Partner, and it’s fabulous to welcome them to this exclusive, but growing, club.
“We love to see our partners thrive, and with their success their generosity in growing their support for the festivals.
“Much of our funding comes from the generosity of organisations and individuals who value the importance of the arts.
“If it wasn’t for businesses such as Harrogate Family Law, we would not be able to deliver the cultural calendar of activities that we are renowned for, and Harrogate would be all the poorer as a result.”