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Multi-award winning international estate agents offer support to the Cambridge ROAR Festival


The Cambridge ROAR Festival is delighted to announce that the Cambridge arm of international estate agents Fine & Country have pledged to support the ROAR as an event partner in 2017.

With the aim of increasing their support to local charities, Fine & Country Cambridge is lending a hand in a range of ways – from staff volunteering to helping out and actively promoting the various events, to participating in the corporate games and booking a table at the Comedy Night.

Fine & Country Cambridge director Gavin Human, who has signed up to get in the ring at the White Collar Boxing event on Saturday July 1, said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Cambridge ROAR to raise more money for their chosen charities this year: The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, East Anglian Air Ambulance and the Cambridge United Community Trust.”

The founder and director of the Cambridge ROAR Tony Murdock said: “We’re immensely pleased that Fine & Country Cambridge have offered to lend their support to us in the coming year and we’re looking forward to working with them on what will be an outstanding series of events. With their help, I am sure we are going to make ROAR 17 a great success, which also means success for the charities.”

Based at Quy Mill Hotel, Cambridge ROAR – the only festival of its kind in the region – exists to support charities that help local people and to date has raised almost £60,000.

The festival offers a series of fun events, from comedy nights to balls, while constantly raising much-needed funds for the charities it supports. 100 per cent of the profits from these events go to charity. In addition to the fun community events, the ROAR also creates opportunities for businesses to network, entertain clients and reward staff.



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