Little Bunnies run Mandarin Chinese classes for children, and our materials and delivery are catered for families from a diverse linguistic background, many of them do not speak Chinese as a first language.
After our success in Canada Water (we have established 10 classes for under 6 years old within a year), Dulwich is our next destination. We are now offering 3-6 years old classes every Tuesday 4pm @ Belair House (SE21 7AB). Interested parents can register for a FREE TRIAL on this link:
Special offer for Live Love Local cardholders: 1 free piano lesson when signing up for the first half-term of piano lessons at the SE22 Piano School. Offer valid until 26th of July. Show your card at the time of booking your lesson.
Piano Lesson Vacancies to start in September 2014 Updated 21st July
Here are some of the wonderful local companies (and a few further afield) that sponsor the Dulwich Music Festival. We had nearly 400 people attending from the local area last year. Our target audience are mostly local families and some adult amateur musicians.
Festival Sponsors are listed on our homepage and their adverts appear in print:
Welcome to local company Olivers London and EOS Dance. Oliver will present a Cup and also make a donation to charity in the winner’s name. More information to come!
Advertising Rates: A full page A5 colour advert is £35 with a print run of 200. The programmes are a lasting keepsake of the event and reach an audience of local families and also adult pianists in the wider London area. We had nearly 400 visitors to the festival last year.
Trophy/Cup Presentation Rates: From £150 for a cup and advert in the printed programme. Your company can choose to have their name engraved on a cup or trophy which will be presented annually for many years to come. Each prize winner keeps the trophy/cup for 11 months before returning it to us to present again at next year’s festival. Business owners are invited to come and present trophies. Here is Claire Empson from Daisylets presenting a trophy last year. The adjudicator was Graham Fitch.