Monday, May 29, 2023

Lincolnshire Chamber plans summer garden party at Wellingore Hall

Businesses from across Lincolnshire are being invited to attend the upcoming Summer Garden Party organised by Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and its event partners Waldeck, Nicholsons and University of Lincoln.

The event will take place during the afternoon of Thursday 3rd August at Wellingore Hall where guests will be welcomed to the Grade II* listed Building with complimentary drinks served on the Halls Garden area, which has spectacular countryside views.

Sponsored and supported by event premium partners; Waldeck and Nicholsons Chartered Accountants the event will provide businesses across Lincolnshire with the chance to network to build up contact lists and strengthen existing relationships, but this one should make for a very enjoyable event.

Charlotte Watson, Deputy Chief Executive at Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “We are delighted to be launching our Summer Garden Party but even more delighted to be working with three of our members to bring this summer event full of networking, garden games and good food.

“Come along with friends, colleagues or clients and network in a friendly and relaxed environment hopefully while enjoying the sunshine.”

Hannah Cook, Head of Marketing & Communications, Waldeck shared: “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce to host this year’s Summer Garden Party. We are excited to be able to welcome friends and connections from across Lincolnshire to our beautiful Head Office for what we are sure will be a fun and insightful afternoon!”

Emma Murray, Director, Nicholsons Chartered Accountants, said: “We are delighted to be a premium partner for the upcoming Summer Garden Party. We’ve worked with the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce many times over the years, including previous iterations of the Summer Garden Party and they’ve always been a huge success and a must attend event for any Lincolnshire business. Who doesn’t love a good garden party, and we certainly can’t wait to soak up some sun and spend time with the many diverse and successful businesses, all based right here in Lincolnshire.”

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