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Sponsor a seat for the Cinema - £500 - £1000

You can help the Birks Cinema by sponsoring a seat in the auditorium. You can choose from rows C to I at £1000 per seat, or choose a seat in the removable rows A or B at £500 each; rows A & B are designed to accommodate up to three wheelchair spaces.

You can sponsor in your own name, call it after someone you love, use it as a way of remembering a relative who has passed away, or to commemorate a special event. And you can share it with a friend. It's a wonderful way to support the cinema and give your own personal gift to our Highland Perthshire community.

The name or phrase that you choose (up to 65 characters including spaces) will go on a plaque that is attached to the seat; plaques for the wheelchair spaces will go on the adjoining wall.

The detail shown on the plaque will also appear on the illuminated seating sponsorship wall plan that is displayed on the glass lift shaft in the Café area.

Your public spirited generosity will be recorded for the lifetime of the seating and be displayed for all to see.

The seats are 'sold' on a first come, first served basis, so please refer to the AUDITORIUM SEATING PLAN for availability if you wish to sponsor a particular seat; alternatively a seat will be allocated to you.

Your donation will go into The Birks Cinema Trust Funds, 100% of which are used to support and maintain The Birks Cinema.

DOWNLOAD AND FILL IN THIS SEAT SPONSORSHIP APPLICATION FORM

Then please send it, plus your cheque made out to "THE BIRKS CINEMA TRUST" to:

Terry Wisdom
Treasurer, The Birks Cinema Trust
Quaich House
4 Dewars Steading
Coshieville
Aberfeldy
PH15 2NE

Gift Aid:
As this is a donation, we can claim Gift Aid if you are a UK Tax Payer. This means an extra £250 to us, so your donation can go even further. Please sign the declaration in that box if you qualify.

Thanks to our seat sponsors so far...

Christopher Mallon, Lindsey Stewart, Ann Shearer, Jayne and Kevin Ramage (owners of The Watermill, Aberfeldy), Robin and Vivienne Menzies, Adam Harrison, Alan Cumming and Grant Shaffer, Peter and Janet Sandercock, Kate Howie, Priscilla Lorimer, Alan & Tricia Marshall, Malcolm Appleby and Philippa Swann, Gavin Liddell, Sally and David Murray, Reverend David Dalglish, Jim and Adrienne Wilson, George and Margaret Nicolson, Katie and Iain Anderson, Mr & Mrs Wotherspoon, Bev Malim, Robin Baker & Associates, John and Leslie Fenn, Fiona Finlay, Derek and Una Ann Finlay, The Paton Family, Dunard Fund, Ginny Stacy-Marks, Richard and Margaret Thomas.