Our next breakfast will be on Wednesday 7th September, 7.30am at The Swan Hotel Harleston, with speaker Doug Mizon from Halesworth talking on the subject of Men's Sheds. Don't panic, it is not what it sounds, but an enigmatic community organisation which we would love to bring to Harleston. There are already more than 200 round the country making a difference to people's lives.
To book, please email email@example.com with your preference of full English or continental or click on the form on the website.
Our next breakfast will be on Wednesday 3rd August, 7.30am at The Swan Hotel Harleston.
Our guest speaker is Joe Cooksey from Barclays' Digital Eagles with a startling presentation including some excellent tips for a safe and secure relationship with the world wide web. To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your preference of full English or continental or click on the form on the website.
Joseph Cooksey biography
I joined Barclays as a personal banker in 2007 becoming a branch manager in 2008. After 5 years in branch management I was fortunate to be able to pursue my passion in digital technology. In April 2013 I moved into the Strategic Transformation team in Barclays. I was one of the 18 founding members of the Digital Eagles originally helping staff embrace the new technology that Barclays was developing. After 18 months growing the Digital Eagles in the retail bank I started a project working with businesses. As a Business Digital Eagle I am passionate about helping customers grow and protect their businesses online. I have a foundation degree in Digital Marketing and the Google Squared diploma. I also work using insight from our fraud team to help customers understand the importance of Cyber Security and the steps that they can take to protect themselves.
Breakfast - Wednesday 6th July, 7.30am, SPEAKER UPDATE
Our next business breakfast will be tomorrow, Wednesday 6th July, 7.30am, but this time at the Farmer's Kitchen (formerly The Dove Restaurant) Alburgh, on the A143.
We were going to be welcoming local businessman, Philip Cleminson, as our speaker. Unfortunately, Philip has been called to important work in the North Of England tomorrow and so cannot be with us. Nicky Stainton, a key person in our Harleston's Future group, has kindly stepped in at the last minute to tell us the fascinating story of her ancestors.
Our next breakfast will be on Wednesday 1st June, 7.30am at The Swan Hotel Harleston. Our speaker will be Ian Hunter who will be talking about his time on the hunter killer nuclear submarines during the Cold War. Book through the website or email email@example.com with your choice of breakfast (at £9.). We look forward to seeing you there!
Once again at The Swan Hotel, Harleston, on Wednesday 4th May, 7.30am. We welcome Brian Bale of Lovewell Blake to give us our annual budget briefing.
Please bring with you any material regarding your business or organisation that you would like to distribute on the morning.
To book your breakfast, (at £9.00), please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with your preference for full English or continental breakfast, complete the form on this website or phone me, Clive Attwood, on 01379 852789.
We had an excellent breakfast meeting on Wednesday 6th April with an extremely interesting talk by Debbie Lorimer of South Norfolk Council detailing the council's profit-making enterprises to counteract the cut in central government budgets. You would be amazed! It was wonderful to see some new faces there.
at the Swan Hotel, Harleston on 3rd March. We had an excellent breakfast with a debate as to whether we thought Britain should stay in or leave the European Union. Very interesting. Maybe we should do that again sometime!
The significant national and international change that the next 25 years will bring will inevitably affect market towns like Harleston and our village communities.
A glimpse into the future through the eyes of our speakers
• The Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich
• Ian Carstairs O.B.E.
• Richard Bacon MP
• Gordon Lascelles retired teacher and local historian
Students from Archbishop Sancroft School
● Genevieve Nice
● Grace Molenaar
● Lily Kirk
St John's Church Harleston, 18th March 2016
doors open 6.15pm for 7pm - 9.30pm
Question & answer session to conclude the evening
Tickets £3 (including refreshment)available on the door or from
Clive Attwood - Attwood Acorn Ltd, 2 Church Street, Harleston
Simon Marjoram - All Things Greener, Union Street, Harleston
Our next business breakfast will be Wednesday 6th January, 7.30am, at The Swan Hotel, Harleston.
This will be a similar, very popular format to two we have held previously, with the emphasis on networking. You will have the opportunity to talk to several others of your choice, on a one to one basis. We will talk about each other's businesses/interests and get to know each other a little better!
We look forward to seeing you there!
To book, please email us on email@example.com or complete the form on the website.
We have a very special breakfast meeting on 7th October 2015 at The Swan Hotel, Harleston, 7.30 - 9.00am, when we will be holding a Waveney-wide business forum event.
A team from Diss is coming to talk about their project to renovate and rejuvenate the Diss Heritage Triangle, refurbish the Corn Hall and to make Diss Mere even more of a feature. David Case (Trustee), Deborah Sarson (Diss Town Clerk) and Sheila King (Project Manager) will be explaining their project and how it evolved.
It's a fascinating presentation which demonstrates just how much people working together can achieve in their local communities and we felt that it was really important to open this up to fellow business groups so they too could share in the enthusiasm and vision that David Case and his team have shown. If it can be achieved in Diss, it can be achieved in other communities.
It will also be a great opportunity to network.
If you would like to book your place for breakfast, please click here for the booking form. There is a choice of full English, continental or vegetarian breakfast for £9.00. Bookings must be received by Friday 25th September please. Breakfasts can be paid for on the day.
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