The National Trust and Coles Miller form historic alliance21st May 2012

by on 21st May 2012

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Poole based solicitors, Coles Miller, have announced a sponsorship deal with the National Trust.

‘The National Trust is undoubtedly one of the treasures of the community and looks after so many of our most beautiful places in Dorset, including Kingston Lacy, Brownsea Island and Corfe Castle which are right here on our doorstep,” says Peter Kearns, Business Development Manager at Coles Miller.

“We are pleased to be working with the National Trust here in Dorset and very proud to be able to make a positive contribution to the Trust’s work by way of sponsorship. We look forward to a long and fruitful association.”

To mark the founding of this special relationship Coles Miller are offering a discount on all legal services to National Trust members living in the county.

“We are so pleased to be working with Coles Miller across National Trust sites in Dorset,” says Elaine Arnold, Business Development Manager at the National Trust.

“Both our organisations share a passion for Dorset and we are delighted to be able to offer Coles Miller clients and National Trust members some joint benefits.”

Coles Miller will be exclusively sponsoring the opening night of the Shakespeare season at the Brownsea Open Air Theatre in July.

“The theatre company is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2013 and we will be working with them next year to make that a very special occasion,” says Peter.

“We have also agreed to sponsor a Kitchen Garden event, taking place at Kingston Lacy House on Saturday 18 August and other events are currently being discussed.”

The Poole based solicitors are also involved in other sponsorships locally.

“Apart from the National Trust, Coles Miller are actively involved in other sponsorships in support of the local community,” says Peter.

“In 2012 we will again be sponsoring the bandstand in Bournemouth Lower Gardens, Bike Night on Poole Quay and we are supporting various clubs and associations plus many educational initiatives.”

Further details on the National Trust partnership can be found on our National Trust page - Click Here

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