Castle Howard offers corporate partnerships and sponsorship opportunities
Castle Howard, home of Brideshead Revisited, have revealed exciting, new opportunities for businesses in York, Yorkshire and beyond to align their business and brand with Castle Howard.
With an exciting calendar of events they are offering sponsorship opportunities for events like the Proms, which takes place on Saturday 22 August 2020, the Festival of Dogs and next years ‘Brideshead Festival’ in June 2020, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Evelyn Waugh novel and lots more.
Castle Howard have also welcomed annual partnerships with businesses, that offer tailored partnerships with exclusive benefits across the year, these can focus on marketing your company, entertaining your clients and staff or a combination of both.
Caitlin Hazell, Sales and Sponsorship Consultant at Castle Howard said “There has never been a better time for businesses to align their brand with Castle Howard. With visitor and membership figures being higher than ever, an exciting programme of events that have attracted national coverage and visitors from across the globe.”
As well as being much loved, Castle Howard is a place of major international, historical and architectural significance. Comprising of 8,800 acres, the house and landscape is a hugely popular heritage attraction and the estate is a major contributor to the local and regional economy for more than 300 years. Every pound raised by the Estate, goes back into the conservation of the buildings and landscape helping sustain and preserve them for future generations to enjoy.
Corporate Partners and Sponsors, will you enjoy a range of exclusive to benefits for your business, staff and shareholders, but will also play a vital role in supporting the work of Castle Howard. Funds generated from corporate support and sponsorship are invested in conservation projects like extending areas into wildflower meadows and partnering with local schools to create opportunities for children to learn about ecology and conservation, as well restoration work to some of the 200 listed buildings and monuments, including Hawksmoor’s magnificent mausoleum.
John Hoy, CEO at Castle Howard said “We are delighted to work with businesses who want to support the work we do and understand the benefits of aligning themselves with the ethos of Castle Howard”.
To find out more about becoming a Corporate Partner or sponsorship opportunities for the Proms and other events, please get in touch with Caitlin on firstname.lastname@example.org