Corporate Open Day

19th August 2012

Corporate Open Evening, Monday 14th May 2012 The Wig and Pen warmly invites you to a corporate open evening on Monday 14th May to showcase what we have available to your company in terms of unique dining experiences, function spaces and corporate and client entertainment.

What the night entails: Arrival glass of prosecco Wig and Pen Buffet Cocktail Masterclasses Milestone Cookery School- Ready, steady, cook style with prize draws including wine, food vouchers and cookery school classes. A chance to network with other leading companies in Sheffield A maximum of four representatives from your company may attend this event. To confirm your place you must contact us with your company name, numbers of guests and names of representatives attending the event before Friday 4th May. Places are limited so please reserve your place now by calling 01142 722150 or by email bookings@the-wigandpen.co.uk

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