The team behind Heritage Events has a wide-ranging breadth of experience in the events industry in Kent and further afield. We have put on a large number of events ranging from concerts to car shows, fireworks to food festivals. For over 40 years, the concert has been the highlight of the summer season and is set against the stunning backdrop of Leeds Castle, reputed to be the loveliest castle in the world. Our aim is to deliver unique and special experiences for our customers that become a feature of the event calendar and a favourite in everyone’s diary. We are privileged to be able to hold our events in wonderful venues such as Leeds Castle and our aim is to deliver an exceptional customer experience.
We were delighted that award-winning law firm Brachers returned as headline sponsor of the Leeds Castle Concert for the sixth year.
Their sponsorship helps thousands reunite to celebrate and enjoy this wonderful outdoor music concert.
Joanna Worby is Managing Partner at award-winning law firm Brachers, our headline sponsor.
Joanna said: “We are very pleased to return as headline sponsor this year. I’m sure it will be another fantastic evening of celebration and we look forward to enjoying the wonderful music and entertainment.”
Brachers, who in 2020 celebrated their 125th anniversary, offer a wide range of legal services for business, organisations and private clients across Kent and the South East.
To find out more please visit their website brachers.co.uk or call 01622 690691.
Every year a charity benefits from a collection raised at the Leeds Castle Concert. This year Heritage Events who organise the event chose the Leeds Castle Charitable Foundation.
The Leeds Castle Charitable Foundation is an independent charity, who relies solely on visitors, guests and supporters for funding. The last two years have been a testing time for all charities, especially heritage attraction charities, and as a result, the Leeds Castle Charitable Foundation needs support to continue to preserve the Castle, including its collections and interiors, as well as the wider estate for the benefit of the public and future generations.
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