Legacy

Safeguard the future of Longborough Festival Opera

If you love the Longborough experience, you may wish to consider leaving us a gift in your will.

By remembering Longborough Festival Opera in your will you can make a lasting difference to our work.

Every year thousands of people enjoy spectacular performances at Longborough and beyond, with hundreds of children experiencing the thrill of opera through our workshops in schools.

Longborough Festival Opera does not receive any public subsidy: we rely on the generous support of individuals. Every year we depend on donations and gifts to create an outstanding programme which fosters the next generation of artists.

We understand that your loved ones will come first, but a gift of any size ensures that your passion for opera will be passed on to subsequent generations. Your generosity will help us to maintain our high standards and plan more confidently for the future.

Marriage Of Figaro Workshop Credit: Henry Beach.

Discuss a legacy in confidence

If you feel connected to our work and aspirations, we hope you might consider bequeathing a legacy to us.

Discussing your plans with us does not place you under any obligation. To talk in confidence please contact:

Gill Powell, Membership & Development Manager
gill@lfo.org.uk | 01451 830 292 (ext.1003)

Useful information

As Longborough Festival Opera is a registered charity (no. 1087303), a gift in your will could be an effective way of reducing your tax liability while helping safeguard our future.

A gift in your will can be made through a gift of cash, shares or property. A solicitor can offer you advice.

Already made a will?

If you would like to make a simple amendment to your will, you can complete a codicil form.