Canterbury Connected BID: Event Sponsorship & Support

Local Grants

Canterbury Connected Business Improvement District (BID) provides support and sponsorship for events taking place within the city centre of Canterbury. These are events that will:

  • benefit the strong cultural branding the city
  • increase visitor numbers, dwell time and spend
  • assist in creating a superb destination for our residents and visitors

Average sponsorship allocation is between £500 – £1,500, but can vary. All ideas, no matter how big or small, are welcomed.

Deadline: The committee meets once per quarter (August / November / February / May) to process requests.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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