A new Chapter in sponsorship of arts centre.
Admiral's support will help Chapter to continue to produce and provide access to high quality arts activites, benefiting the people of Cardiff, while Admiral staff will be given opportunities to attend workshops and screenings at the arts centre.
Building on their successful partnership, Admiral's investment in Chapter will almost double over the next three years.
Over the past three years Chapter has arranged for Admiral staff from its three sites in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea to attend workshops with people such as Joanna Quinn, Ffotogallery and Morgan Hall.
Louisa Scadden, Admiral's head of communications, said: "Chapter is a unique, much loved venue in Cardiff and the Admiral sponsorship with Chapter has given our staff and their families access to a variety of different activities, where they've learnt about animation, photography, ceramics and film.
"We are continuing our partnership with Chapter because the feedback we've had from our staff has clearly indicated that they love it and won't want us to end it."
Over the next three years Chapter will continue to provide these opportunities to Admiral staff, who will also continue to benefit from exclusive film screenings and staff discount cards.
Elaina Gray, Chapter's head of development, said: "Admiral's support is very important to Chapter and we're delighted that it will be continuing. It's great to be able to give these opportunities to their staff, while their sponsorship enables us to continue the excellent work we're known for."
Admiral staff taking part in a workshop at Chapter. The arts centre receives support from the insurance giant
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Mar 28, 2013|
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