The Anson Charitable Trust
We offer our thanks to The Anson Charitable Trust (“ACT”) which was established in May 2005 as a vehicle to enable the Anson family to strategically support and fund not-for-profit and charitable organisations. The ACT is entirely funded by the Anson family.
The Rothshild Foundation are committed to increasing opportunities for everyone to experience cultural activity. They recognise that in order to achieve this they need to contribute to building a local cultural sector that is inclusive, vibrant and resilient.
Oxford Business College – New partner 2023
A highly esteemed institution in a city having over 800 years of heritage, OBC’s philosophy is firmly rooted in polishing its students’ intellectual and human potential. A College that has won tremendous accolades as one of the most desirable undergraduate study destinations in the Independent Higher Education sector.
William Harding’s Charity
We extend our thanks to The William Harding charity for supporting our community event. The charity was founded by William Harding, a yeoman farmer, who lived in Walton in 1772. This Charity was established to buy coats for poor men and women of Walton and to place children of the poor of Aylesbury and Walton as apprentices.
Local photography, videography and animation company Photo Hello provides businesses with visual marketing materials and professional headshots. We appreciate Andy Scott’s support as a festival partner.
Holy Cow Home & Loose leaf teas
Holy Cow Home is a delightful boutique that closed its doors in August 2023, however it continues online store. You can find ethically sourced homeware, gifts. Not to mention speciality single origin and unique blends of quality loose leaf teas from around the world. Owned by event organiser Poonam, this is a devoted event partner!
Discover Bucks Museum
In Aylesbury’s historic centre sits a heritage museum, art gallery and the Roald Dahl Children’s
Gallery. Having undergone renovation, we are delighted that this community space has been offered as a venue for the 2023 Festival of Lights.