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Crystal Palace Overground Festival announces Acorn Group sponsorship

15:18 20 May 2013

James Clow from the Acorn Group, and festival director Noreen Meehan.

James Clow from the Acorn Group, and festival director Noreen Meehan.

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Crystal Palace Overground Festival has announced property company The Acorn Group will be the main sponsor for the third year running.

The free, four-day festival will run from June 27 with the main hubs at Westow Park and around the Upper Norwood Triangle. Fringe events will be helf around Crystal Palace in the run up.

Laura House, Acorn Group operations manager, said: “We feel strongly about supporting our local community and promoting everything our area has to offer so are delighted to again be the main sponsors of the event.

“Our stall will be situated next to the main stage in Westow Park, so please come and introduce yourself. We are looking forward to meeting you on the day.”

The Crystal Palace Overground Festival is free to enter and run by a team of volunteers. It was launched in 2007 by the Upper Norwood Triangle traders and had around 4,500 people attend last year.

For more information, visit crystalpalacefestival.org.

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