North Ayrshire Council works tirelessly throughout the year to prepare and maintain planting schemes across the area. During the summer months in particular, these bright and colourful planting schemes enhance the local environment and make North Ayrshire more attractive and welcoming.
Preparations for planting schemes have already commenced, and now North Ayrshire Council is offering an opportunity to local businesses to contribute to making Irvine attractive and colourful and improving their local environment, by sponsoring the planting scheme at one of the floral beds in the area.
With 10 available flower beds in the Irvine area, you can choose the best and most relevant location for your business. As the sole Sponsor of a floral bed, your commitment will be recognised by appropriate signage that will reach a wide and varied audience for a full year.
North Ayrshire Council will continue to have responsibility for the planting, weeding, watering and general maintenance of the floral beds, with the Sponsor making a small contribution to the cost. In addition to instilling a sense of pride in the local community, the benefits to the Sponsor include creating brand awareness and maintaining high profile through small signage erected at each location.
For local businesses, sponsoring floral beds around Irvine, is a great way to promote your company and demonstrate a commitment to the local area.
Ten floral beds are available in high visibility locations in the Irvine area.
A list (PDF, 40kb) and map (PDF, 882kb) of all locations are available.
Sponsorship for a flowerbed is just £500 (excluding VAT) for a 12 month period including the winter, spring and summer displays.
For additional information and secure a sponsorship opportunity contact Martin Gorman directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01294 324860.
If you have interest in sponsoring a floral bed outwith the Irvine area, do not hesitate to contact Martin Gorman who would be pleased to discuss the potential. These additional opportunities will be considered on a case by case basis.