What’s on at Cliffe House this February Half Term!

Monday 18th to Friday 22nd February 2019


Cliffe House

Climbing Wall – Tuesday 19th February

Our climbing wall will be open from 11am until 3pm.

30 minutes session £3 per person

All day access £5 per person

Collect your wristbands from the Kiosk. (Weather dependent)


Try it! Archery – Wednesday 20th February (pre-bookable)*

11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm (10 mins induction 50 mins session)

£3 per person suitable for ages 6yrs+



Little Cooks Kitchen – Wednesday 20th February ( pre-bookable)*

9am until 12pm £20 per child, for ages 8yrs+

Includes ingredients and tutoring from an experienced qualified chef.



Cliffe House Club – Thursday 21st February (pre-bookable)*

9am until 5pm £30 per child including packed lunch (£5 Early drop off available from 8.00am) for ages 8-12 years

Spend the day doing a variety of outdoor activities such as; archery, team building games, orienteering, etc.



Adventure Playground & Kiosk

Why not enjoy a hot coffee from our kiosk whilst the children play in the adventure playground.

Open throughout Kirklees School Holidays (excluding Bank Holidays).

Our adventure playground is free to use, however, we rely on your kind  donations of £1 per child to ensure that we can keep this playground open for our local community to enjoy.

Kiosk open 11am-3pm — Adventure playground 10am-4pm


*Pre-bookable activities

To book go to https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/town-halls/events-and-tickets.aspx and search Cliffe House.

Limited spaces available, book now to avoid disappointment.

 

Cliffe House, 140 Lane Head Road, Shepley, Huddersfield, HD8 8DB               T: 01484 225083 option  3

E: cliffehouse@kirklees.gov.uk              www.cliffehouse.co.uk

Sponsor a networking event

Over the years the HD8 Network has brought you a range of speakers; experts in their fields and local businesses, providing insights and overviews, inspiring and informing attendees to help them become better businesses.

In November we were honoured to have Revell Ward sponsor a lunch following our event.  We believe it was in gratitude for the event, as Jenifer has attended off and on over the years and supports our aim.

It was nice to see lots of new faces, and everyone seemed to have a jolly good time, we hope to see them again in the future.

 

We have introduced a ‘bring a guest and get a credit at your next event’ promotion, which is encouraging members to invite new faces and this is having a positive impact on the numbers of attendees and conversations had each month.

We have also introduced a Contribution Slip, for attendees to help us record the impact that we are making in the local area as a result of our events and network.

 

If your organisation would like to sponsor one of networking events and provide lunch following one of our mid morning mid month meetup networking events, then please get in touch.

 

Get More Sales in 2019

Prepare to get 2019 off to a brilliant start with hints and tips on getting more sales.

Paul Simpson Business HubOur speaker this month is Paul Simpson from The Business Hub UK who will be sharing strategies on helping you increase sales and plan to grow your business.

Paul Simpson works with all sizes of business to achieve.

Achieve what? Well that up to you, helping businesses in a practical and pragmatic way learn how to create a business so the owners can enjoy the life they ultimately want and desire.

Building sales is the major challenge for many SME. Paul Simpson has owned and run several businesses, experiencing life at the coal face and now passes his wisdom on to you.

To book your ticket please visit – https://hd8networkmmmmm-jan.eventbrite.co.uk

Bring a guest and get £5 credit

Busy networking events are what everyone wants.

The more people there are to meet, the more connections there are to make.

We do our best to promote our events, however we need your help too!

Be an ambassador of our Mid Morning Mid Month Meetup networking events and tell others about our events and invite them along.

As a reward for your efforts, when you bring a guest (or a guest brings a card with your details on) you will receive £5 credit at your next networking event.

What do you do next?

Click on the picture and you will find a variety of templates that you can download and print to assist you recommend our networking event.

Write on your details (if you are really clever you could do this electronically) and print them or perhaps attach a copy of your business card and then hand them out when networking.

We have plenty of pre-printed cards that you can get from us at our networking events.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Secret Santa Christmas Shopping List for a Teenager

This Christmas, throughout the UK, nearly 500 teenage cancer patients will be waking Christmas morning in a hospital bed far from home, family and friends.

Please be a Secret Santa and buy an extra gift today for a teenager spending their Christmas day fighting cancer.

Help the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust make a big difference to the lives of young cancer patients.

  • Notebooks
  • Pens, Pencils/colouring pencils
  • Colourng Books – Arts & Crafts items
  • DVDs / CDs (suitable for teenagers)
  • Books & Games (suitable for teenagers)
  • Beanie Hats
  • Gift vouchers
  • Gift Sets (male & female)

NB – No hair products!

Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust thank you for joining the fight against cancer in young people and send you their very best wishes for a peaceful Christmas.

 

If you would like to donate a gift to a young cancer patient this Christmas the Laura Crane Trust will be at our December HD8 Network Mmmmm networking event and will bring a donation bag along.

To find out more about the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust please visit their business listing on our directory.

Bloomindale’s Top 5

We are celebrating 5 years of the HD8 Network and so are asking people to give us their top 5.  Please click here to see ours – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/top-5-things-blog/

Here are Bloomindale’s top 5

5 things about Bloomindale

  • Local small business
  • Independent
  • Florist and Atelier
  • Strong community ethos
  • We employ local

5 Bloomindale Events 

  • Christmas Wreath Workshop – 19th November at The George Inn
  • Christmas Wreath Workshop – 26th November at The George Inn
  • Christmas Wreath Workshop – 29th November at The Coffee Loft & Tapas Bar
  • Christmas Market – 25th November – The Dunkirk
  • Christmas Wreath Workshop – 4th December – Denby Care Home

5 businesses that Bloomindale like

  • Utterly Yorkshire
  • Springfield Mill
  • Denby Care Home
  • Citrus Financial Management
  • Gawthorpe Butchers

5 things Bloomindale love about HD8 area

  • Local trend
  • Community spirit
  • Charitable abundance
  • Accessible transport
  • Outdoor facilities

 

If you would like to find our more about Bloomindale, please visit their website https://www.bloomindaleflorists.co.uk

or connect with them on social media https://www.facebook.com/bloomindaleflorists/ and https://www.instagram.com/bloomindaleflorist/

Have you got a Top 5?

If so, email info@HD8network.co.uk or post them on our social media channels.

 

What to find out more about the HD8 Network?   Then click here

Tinsel Tuesday

Tinsel Tuesday is fancy dress with a festive twist

Tinsel Tuesday Laura Crane Youth TrustDecorating the tree is a special moment for most families… so the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust wants to spread the joy even further by asking Huddersfield businesses to encourage their staff to decorate themselves like a Christmas tree for one Tuesday in December!

Wrap yourself in tinsel, wear baubles, roll around in glitter…anything goes!

Choose on one Tuesday in December, so either the 4th, 11th or 18th and send the charity your photos for social media!

Suggested minimum donation £1 with all funds raised going to the Gifts 4 young cancer patients Christmas appeal.

HD8 Network article template

We know it can sometimes be tricky to write an article about yourself, so we have written you a template to get you started.

Use this as a starting point and think about what story you want to tell.

Click here to download the HD8 Network article template 2018

If you would like to book a session to discuss what you could say please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Read other articles on the HD8 Network news section – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/news/

New Listing – Tania Fisher Bespoke Ceremonies

At Tania Fisher Bespoke Ceremonies, your Celebrant will create a unique ceremony from scratch.

One that truly reflects you as a couple. It can be light hearted, humorous, formal or simple and will perfectly suit you as a couple.

Having a Celebrant led Wedding Ceremony means you have complete flexibility over your venue – anywhere, anytime.

With so many hidden gems, stunning private estates, beautiful outdoor locations, unlicensed and licensed venues out there, a Celebrant offers you the chance to have your wedding in any location you find and love.

As well as a listing on the HD8 Network, Tania Fisher Bespoke Ceremonies has also created a new category on the HD8 Network directory listings– Weddings and other life celebrations.

We can’t believe this category hasn’t been created before!  We have HD8 Weddings Facebook Page.

There will be many more businesses in the area that do weddings, birthdays, christenings, funerals, all manner of events.  We will start going through the existing listings, however, can you help?

Can you nominate businesses in the area that fits this category?  Businesses with the most nominations will receive free enhanced listings.

Sign up now and get your businesses listed and optimised ready for the next season.

Meet Gary Wood and Trojan Karate

Hi I am Gary Wood, from Trojan Karate, and I am a 7 Dan Karate instructor and have been training in martial arts and fitness for over 48 years.

Earlier this year Gary Wood opened another location of Trojan Karate in Clayton West.  An Afterschool Karate Club in the Darby and Joan Club, starting at 3.45pm, for one hour on Wednesdays. Check out our online events calendar for more details.

This is a place that your 5-year olds and older can take their first lessons in Karate.

The first session is free.

So, you have nothing to lose trying it out.

As well as Karate, Gary also teaches Judo, Boxercise and is a Personal Fitness Trainer.

During his years of being in the sport he has met and trained with many of martial arts greats and have been all over the world sparring and teaching.

Gary wood is fully qualified N A K M A S governing body // D B S /// First aider and all relevant qualifications

Any questions please phone Gary on 07818437517 or visit his listing – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/local-businesses/trojan-karate/

 

Effective SEO and Google Ads

Paul Campbell Effective Internet HD8 Network

• Who wants to receive a free web audit?
• See how your business ranks on Google?
• Receive a free joint consultation with your peers?

In October Paul Campbell from Effective Internet is the speaker at the HD8 Network’s Mid-month-mid-morning-meetup networking event (Mmmmm).  Book your ticket here –  https://hd8networkmmmmm-oct.eventbrite.co.uk.

Paul will introduce his business to the HD8 area. He has been running it for the past 18 years and has recently relocated to Westleigh House in Denby Dale. Bringing his team of SEO, Google and website experts to work in the HD8 area.

Situated at one side of the bridge, Effective Internet share the Business Centre with a wide variety of businesses located at Westleigh House, including fellow member Louise Lowe from Denby Professionals.

At our networking events we often like to bring you an expert, as well as give our members the spot light. This session on 16th October will be a short 15 session, aiming to encourage discussions and suggestions amongst members.

Paul from Effective Internet will highlight the key issues that most of us get wrong aswell as provide insight into the complex world of SEO – although it doesn’t have to be complicated.

Effective Internet regularly generate a 6 fold ROI for their clients.

What are you waiting for?  Book your ticket now!

Christmas Parties at Storthes Hall

Christmas is one of them words we all dread and fear, planning, organising and the expense this early on in the year!

Fear not, because Storthes Hall Park believe your office Christmas party can be stress free by booking with them.  They can cater for all sizes and tastes.

CHRISTMAS-ADVERT-Storthes Hall Psrk HD8 Network

You can choose from an intimate private dinner to full blown party for all your wonderful staff.

Storthes Hall Park can provide the entertainment too, with lots of exciting packages and budgets to choose from.  For example:

  • The cost for the room, festive room decoration including crackers,
  • drink of arrival, three course dinner and DJ

would be £27.00ph.

without the DJ it would be £25.00ph.

 

Storthes Hall Park also has Accommodation, in their newly launched little on site hotel.  So you and your staff don’t have to worry about transport costs.  Rooms start from £25.00pppn.

All Christmas Party Packages run from November 22nd to December 22nd. 

The lead on booking of the party at Storthes Hall Park, will also receive a complimentary bottle of Fizz and their Accommodation if needed, to thank you for booking with us.

Christmas example menu and leaflets are available on request.

Please remember dates are getting booked up fast so please contact 01484 270159 to discuss your requirements and availability.

 

Free CSI sessions for the public in Huddersfield!

Free CSI sessions for the public in Huddersfield!Huddersfield based company Think Forensic are offering free forensic and CSI workshops for people living in the Huddersfield area.

Six three hour weekly sessions, starting on 7th November, are to be held at Think Forensic’s crime scene centre at Skelmanthorpe. The centre itself is unique in that it contains fire, road traffic collisions and crime scenes ready for investigation by the participants in the course.

The programme is funded by the Wellcome Trust and WEA and run by Think Forensic’s experts who are made up of forensic scientists, CSI’s and crime investigators each of whom have worked in the field. It has been designed to give an insight into the real world of crime investigation and some of the topics it covers are:

• Techniques used by CSI’s at crime scenes including fingerprinting, casting footwear marks, recovering DNA etc.
• Microscopy and how forensic scientists examine trace evidence.
• The role of anthropology and archaeology in forensics.
• Uses of Psychology and profiling in crime investigation.

Participants will consist of a people of all ages and backgrounds. There is no limit on level of education and no prior knowledge of forensics is necessary. Applicants should be available and prepared to be involved for 3 hours per week, 10am to 1pm on Wednesday mornings, for 6 weeks from 7th November and must be able to make their own way to the venue at HD8 9DR.

Company Director Sue Procter said “This is a unique opportunity for anyone wishing to do something different. I can’t believe how lucky we are to be able to offer this free of charge to the people of Huddersfield.” “There are no requirements as to education levels in fact we would love people who don’t usually get involved in studying and education to come along, it’s really going to be great fun”

 

More details of the course outline can be found at https://www.thinkforensic.co.uk/festivals-and-events/wellcome-to-forensics/

or by contacting the company via hello@thinkforensic.co.uk or telephoning 01484860599.

Expressions of interest can be made by clicking here.

Think Forensic Ltd was set up in 2007 it is staffed by experts from crime investigation background including senior investigating officers, forensic scientists, CSI’s, etc. The company operates nationally but is based in Skelmanthorpe from where it runs CSI Experiences for members of the public, educational packages and corporate events around forensic science and CSI.

Upper Dearne Woods

The woods between Denby Dale, Birds Edge and Cumberworth.

Upper Dearne WoodsJoin us in some of the most attractive woods in the area.

We are a group of volunteers who look after the woods around the River Dearne below Upper Cumberworth. If you haven’t already discovered them, they are the woods in the valley to your left as you go up the Barnsley Road (A635) from Denby Dale towards the Sovereign, opposite the council waste site.

Most visitors agree with us that these are lovely woods including, as they do, a wide range of different environments, ancient woodland, beech wood, woodland glades, a pond and several streams.

We enjoy working in these woods, usually going down one or two mornings a month for a couple of hours on a weekend. Our working parties are usually both social and working events and we always have a picnic of cake, a hot drink and a chat. Some of us choose to come practically every time, others pop down now and again, but everyone is equally welcome.

The work we do varies- but may include keeping the paths clear of vegetation, modifying the weirs in the river, so trout can swim upstream, dredging the pond or doing works to encourage the wide range of wildlife.

We try to have both gentle and harder tasks to suit everyone.

We have done bird, insect and flower surveys so we can check how the wildlife changes over time.

We also look after Turpin Hill, a wild flower nature reserve on Barnsley Road near the council tip.

We began by concentrating on the wildlife, but are also investigating the history of the woods.

We have discovered that there was probably a previously unknown water mill on the river and are getting skilled help to excavate some of the remains.

We have also discovered that we had late stone age visitors to the site, as we have found one of their flints which dates back to the time of Stonehenge.

We have a website – https://udwcg2.wordpress.com The website tells more about what we do and gives the dates of our activities.

For working parties we normally meet at the top of Greenwood Lane (opposite to the entrance to the council tip). This is at HD8 8NN, and if we come by car we normally park on the side of Barnsley Road. You will see cars parked when you arrive.

We have meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Bird’s Edge Church Hall- Birdsedge Lane HD88XR at 7:30pm.

Come and visit the woods any time, as access is free, and please pop down and see what we do on one of the working parties, or meetings.

You will be very welcome.

our Top 5 things blog

If I had a top 5 top thing, to celebrate our 5th anniversary, I would have to pick my favourite surprise organisations …

Number one – Boom, it has to be Think Forensics.

Wow what a business.  What a concept.  What an amazing woman behind it.

Number two – The Pigs in the Woods.

I must confess I have never visited or made contact, however I LOVE driving past it.  Perhaps a bit dangerous trying to point out the pigs to the kid while driving …. But makes my heart sing a bit.

Number three – Shepley Spring Festival.

I have stolen the description “a mini Glastonbury”.  I mentioned above, an amazing woman, but this Festival is also a credit to the amazing team work that can pull off an international 3-day music festival year on year, despite council and other funding cuts and other obstacles – including the weather in some years!!

Number four – There are so many that I could choose from it is so hard to single out, but I would have to pick the community amenities –

  1. The community libraries seem to have been a great success and popular and have been an impressive response to “the cuts”.
  2. Emley Community Centre, Football Club and Wentworth rooms was a delight the other year and is an impressive community area with so much potential. However, there are also many other sports and recreation clubs across the HD8 area it seems so harsh to single any out.
  3. Cliffe House is an adventure I know will continue to grow for me. I love the history of it – my MiL (Mother in Law) has stayed here … sorry that’s misleading, she’s not that old – she went on here school trip …. My little one isn’t just old enough for the adventure play equipment, but I can’t wait to give it a try.  I did a stewarding session at Shepley Spring Festival the other year and the acoustics in the stables, I kept being told, where amazing!
  4. Scissett Baths – This has been my second office over the last year … not necessarily working, instead working out. It is great facility, but hard work to get to grips with timetables and the classes are so popular, it’s tricky to book.  You must be dedicated, but the facilities are amazing (not forgetting the history) – and it’s one of the longest pools in Kirklees …
  5. Now I am torn between the great facilities for kids or just plummeting for Springfield Mills; especially after Jelly Beans and the transformation she has made (along with support from the other units) …. Leapfrogs too has recently gone through an amazing transformation, as has Kirklees Light Railways – have you been to their outside park in Clayton West recently? And of course, there are the other amazingly run community playgroups, stay and plays, etc, without forgetting the little parks dotted everywhere … However, Spingfield Mills, essentially should be your retail dream … a perfect way to spend your time …. The variety of shops/units in there, the service that is provided (most of the time) the quality and variety that is available, however ….

Number five – I have run out of numbers! Can I lump together in one all the other amazing organisations in the area?

  1. The back-bedroom businesses
  2. The (wo)man with a van services that keep our house, gardens, family and all other sorts of elements in our lives and business in working order
  3. The shops, beauticians, restaurants and entertainment activities, as well as events
  4. The employers, the national and international companies, the manufacturers, fabricators, engineers, ecommerce …
  5. The non-profit organisations that organise our social lives

Wow, I never thought it was going to be so hard to leave out so much.  My mind is racing with the number of organisations and people that I haven’t mentioned, however I mean no offence when I do so.

Can you do better?  What are your top 5?

It doesn’t have to be so far reaching as mine #coverallangels #anglesaswell

Post on our social media, email your articles to info@HD8network.co.uk or just generally tell people what is great and what is happening in the area.

5th anniversary celebration event

This year to mark our 5th anniversary we are holding a celebration at the Dunkirk Inn on 18th July from 7pm.

We have been receiving donations for raffle prizes – so if you are a business and want to donate something in return for coverage and promotion please get in touch.

If you would like raffle tickets but cannot attend the event, please see –

  • the Eventbrite page and buy a ticket *link
  • me in person
  • or one of the volunteered contacts in your community … details coming soon –
    • if you want to be one of those – you could be a ‘mum’ at school or ‘dad’ at sports drop off (sorry to be gender specific) an organiser or participator of a community group, popular, prominent figure etc – and want to help out, please get in touch.

We’d love it if you would be able to attend and have a drink with us at the Dunkirk and have a summer socialable evening (weather permitting on their roof terrace).

This is not a business networking event – if you want to promote your business we will give you a sticker for people to recognise this and maybe space for promotional material and pop up banner, but this is not a sales event!

This event is for those who work, rest AND play here.

It is to celebrate the area and hopefully raise a toast to the HD8 Network and our 5th anniversary.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Book your ticket here

 

Reduce your Toxic Load

What happens when a nurse has babies, and discovers just how toxic the world is?

Reduce your toxin level From what we eat, what we pop on our skin, what we wash our clothes in. It becomes quite an overwhelming prospect to figure it all out.

The plastic pollution, the cancer causing baby powder, the list is endless and each rabbit warren leads you to another.

Rachel Devereux has devised an hours class for you to think about your home. To think about how we live, and what steps are practical and reasonable to take. We don’t have to take them all.

She is working on creating healthy futures, ones where we can look back and be grateful we tried all we could to have healthier, happy homes.

Rachel is a registered nurse, chronic illness specialist, cleaning consultant and baby wearing educator.
She cares for you, naturally. From helping families navigate the birth of their child, to planning that healthy, active 30 year retirement.

BOOK NOW at https://10to8.com/book/famdyh-free/476110

Or contact Rachel Devereux – ENJO Consultant – Huddersfield – HD8 – 07835 623617

Like Rachel Devereux Facebook Page, or join in her private group.
https://www.facebook.com/ENJO-UK-with-Rachel-Devereux-Page-237528430089235/?modal=media_composer

Ask Rachel Devereux about earning your own income and achieving your own ENJOlife.

 

Find out more about Rachel Devereux by visiting her listing on our business directory – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/local-businesses/rachel-devereux/

Bringing Your Dog to Work is far From Barking Mad!

Barking Mad Prince with Mum BrendaIn today’s pet friendly climate, dogs appear to be being made welcome in more ways than ever.

Fancy a coffee with your pooch in tow? – Just visit a dog friendly café.

Want to book a holiday? – You will be astounded at the sheer volume of accommodation that now welcomes our four legged friends.

There are limits however, or are there? Some forward thinking companies, such as Google, are now allowing employees to bring sociable dogs to work in their head-quarters all year round, a sentiment endorsed by local dog sitters, Barking Mad Huddersfield & Halifax whose dogs Bertie, Basil, Ollie, Oscar & Daisy May plays a real role in their business.

For everyone else, whose employers might not normally be so dog friendly, the UK’s fifth official Bring Your Dog to Work Day will take place on Friday 22nd June, encouraging businesses to welcome employees’ canine companions into the workplace just for one day, to raise money for charity.

The event was founded by and is organised by ethical dog grooming product company, HOWND and aims to raise money for All Dogs Matter, Animals Asia and other charities chosen by participants. www.bringyourdogtoworkday.co.uk states, of the benefits of taking part:

“Many scientific studies have concluded that the presence of pets can substantially reduce a person’s stress level in the workplace. Increased job satisfaction, team co-operation and morale have all been reported in employees that spend the workday with their pets.”

A study published by the International Journal of Workplace Health Management (2010) adds weight to this argument, by concluding that the presence of dogs in the work place even had a positive effect on those employees who didn’t have a dog of their own.

As you might expect, 5* rated dog sitters, Barking Mad Huddersfield & Halifax are a huge advocate and official sponsor of the special day. Owner/operator, Mark Abbott says: “We love the idea of being able to take your four legged best friend to work with you. Bring Your Dog to Work Day is a fantastic way to raise funds for animal charities and promote the positive effects of spending time with dogs.

We would also like to make people aware that if you don’t currently have a dog of your own and feel like you are missing out on companionship, exercise and fun, we offer a volunteer opportunity to be a host for dogs whose owners on holiday. Our hosts experience all the benefits of dog ownership without the full time commitment and with the reassurance of 24/7 support. Insurance, administration and transport are also all taken care of. We’d love to chat to you on -1484 599420 if you feel that this opportunity could benefit your life.”

Barking Mad is part of the Franchise Brands plc group of companies and is the UK’s favourite dog holiday company, as verified by TrustPilot.

Contact Barking Mad at www.barkingmad.uk.com to find your dog’s home from home today.

Faster Running Boot Camp

Wednesdays 7:15pm FIRST SESSION IS FREE (£25/month)

ATTENTION RUNNERS!

This is not you average running session. Unlike other running programs, here you will be coached every step of the way to help you improve your technique, get stronger, faster and more injury resistant.

1 in every 2 runners will pick up and injury on an annual basis. This is because:

> Inefficient technique
> Lack of programming knowledge
> Lack of strength and basic movement fundamentals
> Poor or no warm up

Wouldn’t it be great if there was somewhere local where you can learn all of these things? Work with a coach that has helped loads of people get over running injuries and improve their running performance?

Faster Fitness Solutions LADIES STRETCHWell now there is, so if you would like to learn how to run with great technique, develop functional running strength and flexibility and have fun with other like-minded runners then this could be for you.

I am opening up 5-10 spaces for people to come and try out a session. If you would like to book a place, get in touch via PM. It doesn’t matter if you are are a complete novice or a seasoned runner, the focus is on making improvements

So get in touch via the website to avoid disappointment

http://www.fasterfitnesssolutions.com/faster-running-bootcamp.html

 

We love The Venue

OMG it was amazing!

Wow wow wow! We fell in love with the Venue last year but couldn’t find mutually agreeable dates.  However …..

Our first meeting at The Venue yesterday was amazing!

All the attendees said how easy it was to get to, how much free parking was available and what a wonderful setting it was; both the leafy peaceful grounds that is just 10 minutes from Town or from the far reaches of HD8 area, as well as the multipurpose modern and clean facilities.

One of our regular and loyal attendees said, “That is was the MOST useful meeting I have been to in the past 4 years” (just to clarify, she wasn’t saying the others hadn’t been … she wouldn’t come almost every month if that was the case!).

So, what are you waiting for?  Put the future dates in your diary and get your tickets booked!

(click on the underlined dates to book your tickets)

We are looking forward to seeing you at one (and many) of our networking events!

 

But remember, networking is not the only thing we do!

We offer you a range of ways for you to promote your business

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And many many more possibilities

Find out about our listing and membership opportunities or contact us to discuss your bespoke package.