Supporting Our Local Communities

Published: 15/12/2022

Committed to supporting our local communities! 

Palmer and Partners was established in 2004 and since then we have been an active part of our local communities. We thoroughly enjoy supporting and sponsoring events in the local areas and take pride in making a difference where we can.
Through our sponsorship this year, to name a few, we have supported the Anti Loo Roll Brigade – ALB Festival, Langham Fun Run and St Joseph’s Rugby Festival.

ALB Festival 2022 

This year we proudly sponsored for the second year running, the ALB Festival 2022, held in the Colchester Castle Park. There was an amazing line up across two stages including Fleur East, Toploader and The Dualers, plus variety acts including comedians, tribute acts and game shows.
The event was organised by the Anti Loo Roll Brigade, founded by Peter Dutch, in response to the panic buying during the early days of the Covid 19 pandemic. They set up a huge community network of support for the local residents in need. Their support continues now, find out more ALB.

Langham Fun Run 2022

The Langham Fun Run was held on Sunday 11th September 2022, where runners took part on routes suiting all abilities covering 10k, 5k and 2k. It was a fantastic family affair and attracted over 1,000 runners plus families and supporters of the event. All proceeds were for the benefit of Langham Primary School, and they used this towards social and fun experiences for the children not covered by the school's limited funding.
Supported by the running community Boxted Runners.

St Joseph’s College National Ruby Festival 2022

St Joseph's College national event was held during Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October 2022, at their fantastic site in Ipswich.  Palmer and Partners have regularly sponsored the event and were thrilled to sponsor it again this year.
The event was established in 1986, has become an esteemed tournament and is supported by some of the country's top rugby playing schools. Matt Dawson, Mike Tindall, James Haskell and Tom Rees to name a few internationally famed ruby players who have all taken part in the festival previously St Jo's Festival.