Haywards Heath People Consultancy Cullen Scholefield is delighted to be sponsoring the Lindfield Arts Festival again, in this its 10th Anniversary year. It began its journey as a one day event, progressing to a three day weekend and now spans seven days of lively and diverse activities in mid July. As a community-based charity, it’s important that the festival secures local business sponsors and Cullen Scholefield is thrilled to be a part of that.
The festival brings positive energy to what could be considered a quiet Sussex village. It represents an ideal fit for Cullen Scholefield – wholly inclusive and all about the community, it is very collaborative, creative and most of all fun. This valuable group of characteristics is something that any organisation would be well-served to aspire to. While Cullen Scholefield operates globally, its core people are drawn from Haywards Heath and the surrounding villages, so it is important for this local consultancy to let people know that it exists.
Visitors to the festival will experience some amazing local talent, put together by a passionate organising committee with the aim to deliver an annual Arts event for the local community that nurtures creativity, broadens the mind, provokes the imagination, and provides a unique magical experience. It’s certainly a recipe for success, which is sure to continue for many years to come.
Cullen Scholefield, will celebrate 33 years in business this October. Accredited with the Gold Investors in People Award three times in 2010, 2013 and 2016, Cullen Scholefield is known for playing the long game; relationships with clients and suppliers last for decades and this extends to relationships with employees and the charities it supports too.
Managing Director Maureen Scholefield explains, “I have always admired the dedication and enthusiasm shown by the Organising Committee and therefore believe wholeheartedly that it is a good cause to support. Especially as it is inclusive of all generations and brings creativity, fun and collaboration to the fore.”