Friday, September 23, 2016

News: Stafforce helps Rotherham’s foster children experience Proms in the Park


Foster children from across Rotherham got the chance to experience a live orchestra at the town's first ever Proms in the Park, courtesy of industrial and commercial recruiter, Stafforce.

Part of the ambitious Nicholas Associates Group, Stafforce has a head office on Percy Street in Rotherham town centre and a UK-wide network of sites, offering a range of services to national clients.

Chairman Nick Cragg, and Rotherham businesswoman Julie Kenny, donated 100 tickets to Rotherham's looked after children to the classical orchestra debut at the Rotherham Show on September 10.

Nick said: "We wanted to give children in Rotherham the opportunity to experience something they might not usually have the chance to do and hear classical music in a live environment. Proms in the Park with the Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra was the perfect place to do this."


The Proms in the Park event, the first of its kind in the town, was a huge success and saw almost 400 guests enjoy wonderful classical music in the beautiful surroundings of Clifton Park. After such positive support from local people, the event has already been secured for a repeat performance next year.

The event was strongly supported by Stafforce as a key sponsor, as part of its commitment to local charity initiatives including Gallery Town and the Titans Foundation. The company is passionate about giving back to its local community in its aim to enable people to be their best.

Established in 1977 by local entrepreneur, Nick Cragg, an ambitious five-year growth strategy is in motion at the Nicholas Associates Group where the aim is to achieve a £200m turnover within five years. The group's vision is to become the market-leading partner of choice for talent management solutions "from apprentice through to boardroom level"

Stafforce website

Images: Clifton Community School


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