We’re delighted to announce that Wellingtons Restaurant are now sponsoring our Jazz On The Beach and Blues Beach radio shows. The timing couldn’t be better, as this month Wellingtons launch their own Welly Bean coffee blend and Jazz On The Beach celebrates its first anniversary.
Presenter Adam Sieff says ‘jazz music and coffee are a perfect match, and we’ve been fans of Wellingtons on Beach Street and their Park Avenue coffee location Welly’s for some time. This sponsorship deal will help us spread the word and keep playing the best jazz and blues music for our local Deal community, South East Kent and the big wide world beyond’.
Photo: Wellingtons’ Sharon Cullen and Adam Sieff toasting the sponsorship deal with Welly Bean coffee in Jazz On The Beach and Blues Beach mugs at Wellingtons Beach Street.
Written by: Adam Sieff
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