Forthcoming Event

Have Your Cake And Eat It - Afternoon Networking

Wednesday 25/08/2021

Event Time: 14:30 - 16:30

Event Theme: Have your cake and eat it!

Price: Member Rate: £15.00 +VAT | Non Member Rate: £25.00 +VAT |

Event Location:


The Elvetham Hotel
Fleet Road
Hartley Wintney
HOOK
RG27 8AS

Surrey & Hampshire Chambers of Commerce invite you to Have Your Cake and Eat It! An afternoon tea networking for businesses located on the Surrey and Hampshire boarder. After the success 2018 and 2019’s HYC events, we are delighted to return after what has been for most a very difficult year and offer you the perfect opportunity to grow your business connections by meeting a wide range of companies from locations cross-county!

Join us for two hours of facilitated networking over tea, coffee, and a slice of cake as you are networking with businesses. You can expect a guest speaker or a networking activity to break-up the afternoon.

What will you get from attending this event?

  • Network with business across the Surrey and Hampshire boarder.
  • Meet the team behind both Chambers and learn about what we can offer your business.
  • Take away key messages from a guest speaker or learn about attending businesses through an engaging networking activity.
  • Enjoy an afternoon tea in the company of others.
We welcome you to bring banners and literature to this event to promote your business. Do not forget your business cards!


Our venue - The Elvetham Hotel


The Elvetham is one of the most historic sites in Hampshire entwined in the British Royal Family. The site can be traced back to as early as the 800's AD. Today the Estate consists of 35 acres, 43 bedrooms within the main house and is an ideal venue for glamorous weddings as well as a perfect location for business meetings and events.

The Elvetham Estate is suffused with over a century of English history. England’s tales are woven through its ancient oaks and parklands. It’s the site where Eadric the Wild plotted against William the Conqueror in the 11th Century, where King John gathered his nobles in readiness for war with France in 1205, and where King Henry VIII fell in love with Jane Seymour, his third wife and mother of his longed-for heir, just to name a few.  While only parts of the medieval house remain, its ancient spirit has been woven into the modern trappings of a luxury hotel. 
 

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