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Local business shows support for the Arts in Crawley

The Hawth is delighted to announce that Pharian IT Services & Support is now sponsoring the Crawley theatre. The IT consultancy and digital agency, which is based at Worth Corner Business Centre, specialises in providing cost-effective solutions to small and medium sized businesses, and will be supporting the Arts at The Hawth for the next twelve months.
Richard Harvey, Managing Director of Pharian Limited said: “I have travelled the world, but Crawley has always felt like home and the right place for my family and my company. We are very tied into the business community in the area – small businesses rely on people in their locality and there is such a wealth of diverse talent in Crawley, we are very lucky to be able to tap into such a major asset. As The Hawth is one of the central hubs for the town, a partnership felt like a great way to reach out to new audiences and give something back to the community at the same time.”
Dave Watmore, General Manager at The Hawth, expressed his pleasure: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Pharian as our sponsors. It’s always great to build relationships with other businesses in Crawley and to work alongside one with a passion for the Arts is even better. We are extremely grateful for the support of Richard and his team and look forward to working with them.”
To celebrate this new partnership, Pharian are running a competition to win a pair of tickets to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Last Night of the Proms at The Hawth on Saturday 13 June. To enter, simply visit and click on the blog.
Richard Harvey met with The Hawth’s resident Orchestra during one of their regular visits to Crawley. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra were at the theatre on Sunday 16 February to perform one of their ever popular Miniature Recitals and the musicians took time out to welcome the new sponsor on board.

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