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Old Mill to sponsor Exeter Symphony Orchestra
Posted on: August 30th 2016
Section: Member news


Exeter Symphony Orchestra (ESO) is delighted to welcome Old Mill as a new Corporate Sponsor. They join Stephens Scown, Toucan Design and Millbrook Village and together make a significant contribution to the ongoing development of ESO.

ESO look forward to working with Old Mill and are very grateful for their support. The relationship will see Old Mill featured on the orchestra website, in all publicity material and in concert programmes.

The orchestra plays a season of three concerts in Exeter, as well as regularly playing in fundraising concerts for local charities – most recently Devon Wildlife Trust, but also for FORCE, ABF - The Soldiers Charity and others. Alongside they run an outreach programme, helping to take live classical music into local schools and groups – it is this work which is made possible by the kind support of the orchestra sponsors and other donors.

Miles Leonard (Chairman – ESO) commented: having known Mark Neath for many years, and being aware of his own love of classical music, when the opportunity arose to work with Old Mill, as a sponsor, we were delighted to do so. We look forward to working with the firm and to welcoming them and their guests to our upcoming season of concerts.

For further information about ESO see: www.exetersymphonyorchestra.co.uk

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