Whirlow Networking Breakfast

20th May 2014

Now that lambing at the farm is coming to an end we are eager to get out of the office and catch up with everyone in the business world again! Our previous Whirlow Networking Breakfasts have been very well received and full with up to 70 delegates in attendance which is fantastic so we are excited to inform you that our next event is in two weeks, Thursday 22nd May in our usual hub The Showroom Workstation.

  You know the drill, registration at 7.45am £10 per delegate (which includes your delicious high welfare breakfast to set you up for the working day ahead) to ease the pressure of everyone arriving at the same time we ask that you pay for your place in advance; this means more networking time on the day as we can register everyone more quickly. You can do this in a number of ways send a cheque to the fundraising office in advance at the address below or call the office on 0114 23452678 to pay by card over the phone We can't wait to see you all and hear what you have been up to,  please remember you must RSVP in advance to secure your place.  

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