Location : Colwick Hall Hotel, Colwick Park, Racecourse Road, Nottingham, NG2 4BH .
Meet at : Front of hotel or in the Reception according to the weather.
Date : See panel on right
Time : 8.00 am
Cost : Charge of £5 payable on the day
Directions : Click here for directions
An enjoyable way to meet and network with business contacts and to benefit from healthy walking.
The event is an easy, informal way to meet and talk with other business people. The walk takes approximately one hour and is taken at an unhurried pace from Colwick Hall Hotel. Less than 2 miles from Nottingham city centre the Hall has a wealth of history and connections with the Byron family. You will be taken through very pleasant landscape of Colwick Park around lakes with aquatic wildlife and with a back drop of woodlands. The route is level and paths are well surfaced.
After the walk you will carry on building relationships and continue networking informally whilst enjoying the splendour of the Hotel. The management of Colwick Hall Hotel are providing complimentary tea/coffee in the exquisite Georgetown Restaurant. You will be able to replenish your energy levels and treat yourself to food as bacon baps and breakfast items will be available to purchase.
Most people allow two hours for the event although you may stay for as long as you wish to enjoy the hospitality of the Hotel.
The netwalk has been arranged with the co-operation of the management of Colwick Hall Hotel who are providing complimentary tea/coffee in the Georgetown Restaurant. I would appreciate it if we could return their hospitality by making food purchases.
Food Item Refreshments : To be purchased by yourself.
Wear footwear you don't mind getting scuffed and soiled as there is some walking across grassed areas.
NEXT DATES at Nottingham
Tuesday 21 May Colwick Hall
Tuesday 18 June
Tuesday 23 July
"Paul is excellent facilitator. Never felt so comfortable, easy, enjoyable at other networking things I have been to in the past."
Sheila McLaughlin BA(Hons) MDip MSc MCIM Lecturer Business and Management, University of Derby Buxton