Business Backing Boom For Lytham Hall Outdoor Theatre

It’s great news for Lytham Hall as eight more firms from the local business community have signed up as new Patrons for the outdoor theatre this summer .

From just four patrons in 2010, the number has risen since the pandemic to a total of 48 this summer.

Stuart Maun (pictured) of MAUN Consulting of Lytham St. Anne’s is delighted to be supporting the open-air theatre season as a new Patron and feels it provides an excellent opportunity to put the name of his business consultancy in the mind’s eye of the many visitors to Lytham Hall, as well as supporting a highly successful local event.

‘I was pleased to accept the invitation to join the team of Patrons, each of them a business at the heart of the Lytham community. I look forward to contributing to further development this summer, with MAUN Consulting as an enthusiastic new Patron.’

Architect Joel Firth of Lytham-based Firth Associates, local author Steve Garrill with his travel and walking guides and Marc Whitehead of Exquisite Shoes in Lytham’ s Clifton Street are also set to be 2024 Patrons. The names of their businesses on banners around the theatre arena in the summer months  will be seen by around 18,000 visitors to the Hall .

Theatre organiser Julian Wilde is encouraged by the warm responses from businesses and organisations in Lytham and the Fylde coast area.

He has recently had successful discussions with Anthony Hoskisson of Questa Financial Services, Maxine Binns-Wild of Windmill Lodge Residential Care Home, David Edwards of Harrison Drury  and Amanda Woodridge  of Lytham C. of E. Primary School

‘There’s no doubt that local businesses are keen to be associated with success and to support the restoration of  Lytham Hall and its magnificent parklands which have undergone a transformation in the past ten years. I am always happy to meet for a discussion with potential Patrons.’


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