Graysons returns as premier sponsor of Art in the Gardens 2020

13th August 2020

Graysons Solicitors are delighted to announce that they are returning as the premier sponsor of Sheffield’s popular Art in the Gardens.

This year has been difficult for everyone and it is an honour to once again support this event - the first big art show in Sheffield to be given the green light to take place following the relaxation of lockdown rules.

Art in the Gardens is once again staged at the city’s Botanical Gardens. It takes place on Saturday and Sunday, September 5th and 6th, with a preview evening on Friday, September 4th.

Graysons has a keen interest in art. We’re also the sponsors of the up-coming Sheffield Young Artists event 2021 and we regularly work with local artist Alan Pennington.

Peter Clark, managing partner at Graysons, said:

“I think this year’s event will be one of the most important in the show’s history as it signals some sort of normality returning to the local arts world. We very much enjoyed being involved in our first Art in the Gardens in 2019 and we’re looking forward to meeting the crowds in September once again.”

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