Williams BMW is supporting the Peak District National Park, by showcasing some of the area’s most exciting artists, to create an immersive backdrop at the Manchester Art Fair.
Taking place from November 17-19tat Manchester Central, the Williams installation at the fair will be a vibrant celebration of Peak District artists whose work emphasises the importance of preserving the natural beauty and artistic heritage of the Peak District.
The three Peak District artists being curated in the Williams spaces at the Art Fair where Williams will introduce the all-electric BMW iX5, together with the recently launched all electric BMW iX1 across two spaces at the event alongside work from the artists.
Enhancing the recharging network for electric cars in the Peak District National Park is a key part of the Recharge in Nature project. The installation of recharging posts at key locations will support access to these beauty spots for the lowest emitting and quietest vehicles.
The installation of new charging facilities, in three very popular locations in the Park, means that electric vehicle drivers can now travel with more confidence to experience the joy of the great outdoors. Two of the three sites – Millers Dale Station and Parsley Hay – sit alongside the National Park’s flagship all-user, accessible routes on the Monsal and Tissington Trails bringing further benefits to a wide range of EV users.
Guy Adams, managing director of Williams Group, says, “As the longest serving BMW retailer in the North West, we are committed to supporting local cultural and environmental initiatives. We are delighted to return to the Manchester Art Fair for the second year with an exciting showcase – announcing the arrival of the first all-electric BMW i5 and celebrating our support for the Peak District National Park, Recharge in Nature Project.