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Businesses are Standing Tall to support Cambridge charity Break





More than 30 businesses came together at Trinity Hall last week to hear more about how to get the most out of their involvement in Cambridge Standing Tall, an art trail which will see nearly 100 giraffe sculptures take to the streets of Cambridge for 10 weeks next spring.

Cambridge Standing Tall sponsors activation workshop in the Graham Story Room at Trinity Hall college. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge Standing Tall sponsors activation workshop in the Graham Story Room at Trinity Hall college. Picture: Keith Heppell

Hosted by Break, the charity behind the trail which supports young care leavers across East Anglia, the sponsors were able to find out more about the trail and what their giraffe can do for them.

Cambridge Standing Tall sponsors activation workshop in the Graham Story Room at Trinity Hall college. Nikki Neile, Break press officer. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge Standing Tall sponsors activation workshop in the Graham Story Room at Trinity Hall college. Nikki Neile, Break press officer. Picture: Keith Heppell

[Read more: Cambridge Standing Tall art trail sponsors mark World Giraffe Day as Welch’s Transport takes on tall order, Cambridge Standing Tall art trail project launches with a plea to ‘be more giraffe’]

And with just one sculpture still up for grabs, time is running out for any businesses that still want to get involved. The trail is supported by the Cambridge Independent.



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