Palmer & Partners Proud Sponsors of the Anti Loo Roll Festival

Published: 16/09/2022

Proud Sponsors of the ALB Festival 2022

Colchester came out in the thousands to attend the second Anti Loo Roll Festival on Saturday 10th September 2022, held at the Castle Park. Palmer & Partners were proud to sponsor the event for the second year running and support the Anti Loo Roll Brigade!
Along with all the festival goers, we thoroughly enjoyed the amazing line up including Fleur East, Toploader and The Dualers appearing on the INColchester Wango Stage. The Cabaret Stage featured a variety of acts including comedians, ventriloquists, tribute acts and game shows. There were acts from TV's Britain's Got Talent, the Funky Voices Choir, and many many more.

Amazing Fun Filled Family Event

With daytime entertainment on both stages, it was a family affair. To entertain the youngsters a Children's area featured free circus workshops, inflatable, magic shows and science workshops. An impressive marquee introduced us to local businesses and organisations, there were also also market stalls, great food trucks, a licensed bar and a Gin bar.
We were lucky with the weather, aside from one epic downpour in the afternoon, which thankfully didn’t interrupt all the fun and we continued to party into the evening. It was such an amazing event, and we absolutely loved seeing our community out enjoying themselves and making the most of this amazing festival.

Palmer & Partners 500 Club

Our own Palmer & Partners 500 Club joined in the fun, with a competition to name our mascot! A massive thank you to everyone who signed up on the day and supported the event. ‘Roman’ the 500 Club bear is delighted to have a name!

Anti Loo Roll Brigade

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

Her Majesty

In respect of Her Majesty, there was a minute’s silence, and the National Anthem was played across the park.