Rock supports the Rock Oyster Festival and the small Cornish village after which it is named

Rock sponsored last weekend’s Rock Oyster Festival which is held each year near Rock in Cornwall

The Rock Oyster Festival brings together the local community and music lovers from across the country to celebrate a weekend of musical talent and to support many local Cornish charities at the same time. It has been called ‘the most eccentric little festival around’  – a festival where for two glorious days and nights each summer festival goers can be part of the bohemian party scene of North Cornwall.

When Rock’s founder Mark Swindell set up Rock in 2011, he chose to name his company after the small Cornish village he holds so dear and where he spends much of his spare time.

This year Rock is thrilled to have supported the event by sponsoring the ‘Rock Road’ – a new temporary road that provided the thousands of festival goers with easy and safe access to and from the festival site.

Over the past 5 years the festival has raised over £10,000 for local charities and community initiatives. This year the festival is supporting the Mount Hawke Skate Park charity (1) and Cornwall Hospice Care(2).

For more information on Rock Oyster Festival click here.

To find out more about Rock’s involvement with local communities and charities please click here.

(1) Mount Hawke Skate Park has been established for over 30 years and provides Cornwall with one of the country’s largest indoor skate parks. The volunteer based charity runs out reach activities for schools and groups with their aims to get kids more active and teach them skateboarding, scooter and cycling skills. Their work promotes fitness and encourages creativity, leadership focus, confidence and teamwork.

(2) Cornwall Hospice Care is a Cornish charity that provides specialist care for people with terminal illnesses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As well as clinical teams who support in and out patients and their families, the charity runs a 24-hour advice line for healthcare professionals and educational programmes to support healthcare workers of the future.


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