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It’s an opportunity ewe don’t want to miss.
Sponsoring an individually-designed and painted Shaun the Sheep sculpture will provide you and your business with fantastic opportunities to increase customers, build your profile, engage with stakeholders and make your team proud. Supporting Shaun by the Sea is a compelling business prospect that will inspire employee engagement and community spirit.
Listen to what our current sponsors have to say:
Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim
“The Big Beach Café are very excited to sponsor and be a part of the 2023 art trail, in support of Martlets. It’s all about bringing people together and connecting the community, which is something we very much value. We’ve supported the last two trails, so we have a good idea of what’s in store next year and we can’t wait to see everyone out and about enjoying the trail in our amazing city!
If you’re thinking about joining us in being a sponsor for the next trail, my advice would be to go for it! To be a part of such a creative and inspiring community project, in support of a local charity we couldn’t do without, is absolutely priceless.”
“Martlets are such a vital and cherished local institution and we’ve been privileged to support them for many years now. We have first hand experience of how utterly valuable the lifeaffirming care they offer to Brighton & Hove residents is.
Having been Photography Partners for the previous 2 sculpture trails, we are very excited to be part of the team for this new one.”
Mikele Addis, Donatello
“We have always been so proud to sponsor the Martlets art trails. They continually provide such a fun and exciting addition to the colourful streets of Brighton while also supporting such a wonderful charity. We are very much looking forward to seeing our new installation in situ soon.”
“We loved being a part of Snailspace; working with our artist Lauren was a real pleasure and arranging a photoshoot for our Snail was a fun day at work! We also
felt that the message of #BeMoreSnail was very important and seemed to resonate with a lot of people. This was a very positive campaign for Visit Brighton and the city as a whole and of course we were glad to be able to support the amazing work of Martlets too.”