Millbrook Village – Exeter’s first luxury retirement village – is sponsoring this year’s Classics Galore! concert in aid of FORCE Cancer Charity.
The show at the University of Exeter Great Hall on Saturday, November 14, features a programme of entertainment that features familiar and uplifting music performed by a 200- strong ensemble – a full orchestra, a brass band and two choral societies.
“Without the support of generous sponsorship, making fundraising events like ours possible, the amazing and valuable work of FORCE would not be available in support of so many people sadly living with cancer. Millbrook Village is a prime example of the fine spirit of generosity that exists within our local business communities and we thank them,” said Classics Galore! organising committee chairman Annie Bassett.
Developed by award-winning property company Renaissance Villages, Millbrook Village is located on the former home of the St Loyes Foundation on Topsham Road.
Iwan Jones, Managing Director of Renaissance Villages, said: “We are a huge supporter of this wonderful event, which entertains, enthrals and raises valuable money in the fight against cancer. Millbrook Village and Renaissance Villages is proud to be a sponsor and we look forward to November’s concert, which promises to be bigger and better than ever.”
Tickets for the concert are still available from Exeter Visitor Information and Tickets (EVIT) at Dix’s Field – 01392 665885 or email@example.com
Our picture shows David Smith, Site Sales Manager at Millbrook Village, presents a sponsorship cheque for £500 to FORCE Cancer Charity’s Grants and Trusts Researcher.