• Brachers has demonstrated its commitment to the Canterbury community by sponsoring this year’s Canterbury Festival, which will return to the city from Saturday 15 October and run until Saturday 5 November.

    Having been established for over 20 years, the international festival is an annual highlight of the city’s arts calendar, drawing in thousands of visitors from across the globe.

    The three-week extravaganza this autumn will feature a packed programme of music, performance, talks, family events, science and more, all of which will take place at locations across Canterbury.

    Festival Director Rosie Turner commented: “We are delighted to welcome Brachers into the festival family of sponsors. Thanks to the support of local businesses like Brachers we are able to keep ticket prices attractive and provide a wide range of events to appeal to people of all ages. It’s Canterbury’s festival after all – and it’s great when Canterbury gets behind it. Thank you to Brachers!”

    Brachers Managing Partner, Joanna Worby, commented: “We are delighted to pledge our support to this year’s Canterbury Festival. It is great to see the return of large gatherings such as this, and I am sure the festival will not only bolster the local economy and showcase the wonderful city of Canterbury, but highlight the vibrant UK culture and arts scene to both residents and visitors alike.”

    In 2020, Brachers expanded its operation to Canterbury opening an office in Watling Street, situated in the heart of the city’s business district.

    The decision to expand to Canterbury, which coincided with the firm’s 125th anniversary, was made to ensure the firm was best placed to serve clients across the whole of the South East, as well as London. Brachers’ head office remains in the county town of Maidstone.


    Update: Brachers are delighted to be solo sponsors of a show, written and performed by Aidan Dooley, called Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer. This humorous performance will bring to life some riveting true stories of Crean’s Antarctic explorations.

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