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DWF Sponsors 10th Anniversary Colmore Food Festival

14 July 2023
Birmingham’s highly anticipated Colmore Food Festival returns for its 10th anniversary on 21st and 22nd July. Set in the picturesque surroundings of St. Philip’s Cathedral, this event is a must-attend for food enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.

DWF, a leading global provider of integrated legal and business services, returns as sponsor of the Colmore Food Festival. With its office located in the heart of the Colmore BID at One Snow Hill, DWF is committed to supporting and contributing to the local community.

Attracting over 30,000 visitors annually, the Colmore Food Festival showcases the finest culinary offerings from restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and hotels within the Colmore Business District. The event will also feature live entertainment from Albert’s Schloss, Vintage Got Soul and Luxury Live Music.

Alex Tross, Deputy Chair at Colmore BID, said: “We are delighted that DWF is once again sponsoring the Colmore Food Festival, recognising the thriving food and drink scene we have on our doorstep. Without sponsorship and the support of local businesses, events like this that bring the community together wouldn’t be possible.”

Jon Stevens, Global Head of Tax & Private Capital & Office Managing Partner Birmingham said “DWF is immensely proud to continue its sponsorship of the Colmore BID Food Festival as it marks its momentous 10thanniversary, showing our support not only to Colmore BID, but also to our fellow businesses in the area. Join us in celebrating Birmingham’s culinary excellence and vibrant community spirit as we foster connections, and nourish the heart of our city.”

The Colmore Food Festival takes place on 21st and 22nd July and will provide visitors with an affordable spread of mouth-watering mini dishes from traders across the Colmore Business District.

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