WICKED COOKIES supports Coventry ArtCrowd

We are delighted to tell you that we are now supporting The Coventry Art Crowd!

Our cookiemonsters can now help support local art organisations every time they buy one of our regular or vegan/glutenfree Coconut Cookies as we will be donating 5p from every Coconut cookie sold at our regular pitch at Coventry train station.

There's no supplement to you, no knock on cost, just the fact that if you buy one, we will add 5p to the Art Crowd coffers. We're little and local, they're little and local, and we know that you guys totally love supporting little and local - so it's a win win for everyone!

This new partnership encourages residents and cultural visitors to the city to sample, not just our cookies, but also products from Twisted Barrel and Bean & Leaf, whilst supporting the local arts economy into the bargain.

Twisted Barrel Brewery and Tap House at Fargo Village and Bean and Leaf Coffee House on Hertford Street as well as little old us, have identified a product on our menus for which we will make a small donation to The Art Crowd from every sale.

The Art Crowd, is made up of four local organisations, all based at Coventry Artspace, Eaton House. The partnership includes The Coventry Biennial, The Photo Archive Miners, Talking Birds and Coventry Artspace. Details of the money raised will published on the partnership's new webpage at www.coventryartcrowd.co.uk, and will be distributed between the 4 organisations to support their work with local artists.

Mindy Chillery of Coventry Artspace said, "We are really excited to be working with local business and our cultural partners to build these positive links. We've chosen food and drink businesses that are like us - home grown in Coventry with an ethical approach to their practices - and we hope more will join us in the course of the year. The initiative will be mutually beneficial - we will raise some extra cash for some of the smaller arts organisations in the city, while at the same time encouraging local and City of Culture audiences to visit some of our favourite places for refreshment!

Alisa of Bean and Leaf Coffee House said, "We are delighted to be supporting local art organisations through The Art Crowd initiative. It's always been our philosophy to build relationships with other local businesses and make a positive contribution to the city's economy. This is a great way for a small independent business like ours to connect with and support Coventry's cultural sector ahead of the City of Culture year. The initiative was launched at the Coventry Artspace and Coventry Biennial networking meeting at Twisted Barrel on 1st October.


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WICKED COOKIES supports Coventry ArtCrowd

We are delighted to tell you that we are now supporting The Coventry Art Crowd!

Our cookiemonsters can now help support local art organisations every time they buy one of our regular or vegan/glutenfree Coconut Cookies as we will be donating 5p from every Coconut cookie sold at our regular pitch at Coventry train station.

There's no supplement to you, no knock on cost, just the fact that if you buy one, we will add 5p to the Art Crowd coffers. We're little and local, they're little and local, and we know that you guys totally love supporting little and local - so it's a win win for everyone!

This new partnership encourages residents and cultural visitors to the city to sample, not just our cookies, but also products from Twisted Barrel and Bean & Leaf, whilst supporting the local arts economy into the bargain.

Twisted Barrel Brewery and Tap House at Fargo Village and Bean and Leaf Coffee House on Hertford Street as well as little old us, have identified a product on our menus for which we will make a small donation to The Art Crowd from every sale.

The Art Crowd, is made up of four local organisations, all based at Coventry Artspace, Eaton House. The partnership includes The Coventry Biennial, The Photo Archive Miners, Talking Birds and Coventry Artspace. Details of the money raised will published on the partnership's new webpage at www.coventryartcrowd.co.uk, and will be distributed between the 4 organisations to support their work with local artists.

Mindy Chillery of Coventry Artspace said, "We are really excited to be working with local business and our cultural partners to build these positive links. We've chosen food and drink businesses that are like us - home grown in Coventry with an ethical approach to their practices - and we hope more will join us in the course of the year. The initiative will be mutually beneficial - we will raise some extra cash for some of the smaller arts organisations in the city, while at the same time encouraging local and City of Culture audiences to visit some of our favourite places for refreshment!

Alisa of Bean and Leaf Coffee House said, "We are delighted to be supporting local art organisations through The Art Crowd initiative. It's always been our philosophy to build relationships with other local businesses and make a positive contribution to the city's economy. This is a great way for a small independent business like ours to connect with and support Coventry's cultural sector ahead of the City of Culture year. The initiative was launched at the Coventry Artspace and Coventry Biennial networking meeting at Twisted Barrel on 1st October.


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