Another Swindon business is supporting the Balloon Dog Art Trail due to arrive in 2023

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ANOTHER great Swindon company has lent their support to next year’s Big Dog Art Trail.

Lydiard Fields National Self-Build and Renovate Center will be sponsoring a Swindog and hosting two key events – the Sponsor Design Event in January and the Sponsor Activation Event in March.

The UK’s only permanent venue for independent homebuilding advice joins Intel, Nationwide, Imagine Cruising, the Swindon Advertiser, the Swindon Wildcats, Jazzbones and inSwindon City Center BID as one of the sponsors of the trail.

In support of Wiltshire children’s charity Julia’s House, the Hot Air Balloon Dog Trail will bring thousands of visitors to the town next summer.

NSBRC Chief Executive Harvey Fremlin said, “We are thrilled to be part of The Big Dog Art Trail!

“We believe in helping people live in better, more sustainable homes and we will use our Swindog to help raise awareness of practical and affordable options to reduce energy bills for Swindon residents.

“We especially love the idea of ​​families and friends getting together and going out to find the different Swindogs around our community.

“The fact that our sponsorship helps support Julia’s House, and the amazing work they do for local children and their families, is the icing on the cake for us! We are super excited to meet our Swindog and hope that they will help spread a little bit of happiness.”

Established in 2007 and owned by its employees since 2014, the NSBRC has helped a quarter of a million visitors build their dream home or expand and improve their existing property.

Art Trail Project Manager Chris Hyde said: ‘We are delighted to have Harvey and everyone at the NSBRC joining the Swindog pack – it’s great to have such a successful and award-winning local business behind the Big Dog Art Trail. .

“I can’t think of a better place to bring together all of the local and national businesses and organizations that will be involved with the trail.

“Sponsoring a Swindog will bring outstanding benefits to any business, local or national, helping to build brand awareness among the thousands of visitors who will visit the trail next summer – it will be the most talked about event in Swindon l ‘next year.

“As well as involving employees, customers and stakeholders, everyone involved will know that they are raising vital funds to help Julia’s House continue to provide its lifeline to families in Swindon and Wiltshire.”

Visit www.bigdogarttrail.co.uk/sponsors