Community TV roadshow to visit Suffolk shopping centre to showcase organisations

PUBLISHED: 14:19 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:19 27 September 2018

The DFP television roadshow is coming to the Arc in Bury St Edmunds Picture: DFP

The DFP television roadshow is coming to the Arc in Bury St Edmunds Picture: DFP


A television production company is staging a community roadshow at a Bury St Edmunds shopping centre to showcase films from organisations in the area.

DFP Television, which works with public, private and voluntary sector organisations, will bring its roadshow to the Arc shopping centre from October 4-6.

The media event aims to connect people to services in their community and offer information about the organisations.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance, West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), West Suffolk College, and Little Acorns Fostering will be showing their films at the roadshow in Charter Square.

In addition to the films, the DFP team and representatives from the organisations taking part will be available throughout the week to offer help and advice and hand out information packs.

DFP has worked with clients across the UK including local government, NHS, emergency services, education and training, including colleges and universities.


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