Jaybee Motors Sponsor the 2013 Deddington Festival

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Jaybee Motors Sponsor the 2013 Deddington Festival

 

Jaybee Motors, Banbury’s local Renault, Dacia and Fiat dealership, is the Festival Sponsor for this year’s Deddington Festival – running for the 11th year and commencing for three weeks on 21st June until 13th July 2013.

 

On Saturday 22nd June Jaybee Motors will be showcasing some of their Renault, Dacia & Fiat models in Market Place, Deddington, coinciding with the village’s monthly Farmer’s Market and Festival events.

 

Established in 1980 Jaybee Motors employs 25 members of staff and sells new and used cars, receiving numerous awards over the years for the quality of their sales and aftersales care.  In addition to Renault and Dacia, Renault’s highly successful budget brand, in January this year, the Fiat franchise also became a part of the Jaybee offering.

 

Managing Director, John Dauphin said: “We are delighted to be part of this year’s Deddington Festival.  Supporting community events in the surrounding villages to our dealership in Bodicote is so important to us, as it strengthens our ties with our local customer base and helps bring our services to the attention to a wider audience in the area.”

 

Emma Noon, Chair, Deddington Festival Organising Committee said: “We’re delighted that such a well-regarded and established local business has offered its support so that the residents of Deddington and the surrounding villages can continue to enjoy an innovative programme of music, performing & visual arts over three weeks this summer. Without the significant support of companies such as Jaybee Motors, the Deddington Festival would be offering a greatly reduced programme of events.”

 

Returning for its 11th year the 2013 Deddington Festival takes place from 21 June to 13 July 2013. The annual summer festival offers an innovative programme of music, performing & visual arts, appealing to all ages and interests. With music from Jazz, to Rock to Choral, to a writers’ competition, to story-telling, art workshops, children’s dance, a farm walk and a photography exhibition – most cultural leanings are catered for over the three week event.

 

For the full programme and to buy tickets please visit www.deddingtonfestival.org.uk. Follow on Facebook and twitter @DeddyFest.

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