Penzance Business Breakfast

The Exchange Princes Street Penzance TR18 2NL

01736 363715
[email protected]
https://newlynartgallery.co.uk

Friday 01 November 2019
8-9:30AM
Opening Hours: 10-5
Admission Fee: 7.06
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/penzance-business-breakfast-meeting-friday-1st-november-2019-part-of-cornwall-festival-of-business-tickets-73563497401

Join us at the next Penzance Business Breakfast for the opportunity to meet other local businesses, gain contacts & establish mutually beneficial relationships. Everyone is welcome!

The next event is on Friday 1st November 2019 as part of Cornwall Festival of Business & the brekfast is themed around Creative Arts.

We meet at The Exchange, Princes Street, Penzance, starting at 8 am & finishing around 9.30 am.

We have two speakers -

Emma Griffiths from Classart Cornwall - Class Art is the partnership of Emma and Lesley Cowen. They provide art classes to extend the skills of children & using art as a way of unleashing children's innate ability to create.

Rachel Yates from Plastic Free Penzance will give an update on how Penzance is maintaining its status as a plastic free town & what we can do to help.

The cost is £6 (plus the Eventbrite fee of £1.06) which includes a locally sourced Cornish buffet breakfast including vegetarian, vegan or bacon ciabattas, fruit & yoghurt, muesli & juices. Please advise of any special dietary requirements.

We look forward to seeing you!

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