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Step into arc’s Community Spotlight...

Following on from a busy and successful Christmas period, arc shopping centre is launching a campaign in January to support the local Bury St Edmunds community.

 

‘Community Spotlight’ is a place in Charter Square where local clubs and groups can come along to entertain the public and promote themselves. The Community Spotlight aims to support the local community by increasing awareness of some of the best clubs and groups around.

 

Whether you’re a dance club, choir, gym class or local animal charity, if you can come along and entertain the crowds at arc shopping centre, you can take a place, free of charge, in the Community Spotlight!

 

The campaign will make its debut on Saturday 10th February, with a wide variety of local groups coming along to promote themselves.

 

Colin Roberts, Centre Manager at arc shopping centre said, “In everything we do at arc shopping centre, we want to support and work with our local community. We are really excited about working together with local groups to help give something back and to support their worthy causes. We hope the public enjoy the entertainment that we will be putting on and will come and show their support.”

 

If you would like to enquire or book a space in Charter Square, please contact Natalie Seymour at Toolbox Marketing on natalie.seymour@toolboxmarketing.com.

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