5th Sep 2014 / 6:15pm
After our most recent Chichester First Friday breakfast networking event at Chichester Golf Club, Hunston, seven gung-ho golfers tackled the 18 hilarious holes at the newly opened Jungle Paradise Adventure Golf course, complete with the sights and sounds of the wild (the jungle wild not the host Pete Wild of course!).
The crazy Madagascar themed course winds its way around rocks, past wild animals, through dark caverns, under a crashed aircraft and waterfall and even includes crossing the water by pulley raft. There was a single hole in one by Steve Wilson (Chichester Print) and no less than three networkers (Paul Gibson, Steve Lyon and Steve Wilson) shared the same top score of 48 shots and were rewarded in chocolate for their efforts.
A great mornings entertainment and networking - join us next time!
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19th Jun 2014 / 4:20pm
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14th May 2014 / 8:11pm
Find out about more than 250 exciting events in the award-winning Festival of Chichester 2014 by clicking on the links below. Please pass on to your friends and colleagues and help the festival committee get the message out to as many people as possible.
MUSIC -classical, jazz, world, blues, folk, rock, pop, light
THEATRE, SPOKEN WORD, ART & CRAFT, WALKS & TRIPS, CINEMA, FOOD & DRINK, OPEN DAYS, CHURCH, SPORT & CYCLING AND BEYOND THE FESTIVAL.
BROCHURES from Cloisters Shop, Cathedral Cloisters, Waterstones Store, Novium, Library, Assembly Rooms, St John's Chapel, Chichester Observer Office.
BOX OFFICE: Cloisters Shop, Chichester Cathedral, Tel. 01243 813595 (10am - 5pm)
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7th May 2014 / 3:33pm
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23rd Apr 2014 / 9:12am
Unfortunatley Owen is moving on and is no longer able to run the group. If you feel you could run and grow the group please do get in touch and we will help you get things rolling.
Being a First Friday organiser is great for your business, don't just take my word for it, this is what one of the other organisers said...
We have just taken on our second First Friday meeting having grown as a company and wanted our new team member to start to build a company presence in the area. Having run a First Friday event for over 5 years and seen the benefits that it has created in brand awareness and reputation for our company in the local area, we felt it was the only way to quickly build up our company name as someone in a new area that was well connected and a true networker. I would recommend taking on a First Friday meeting if you are keen to grow and develop your business in that location, as networking is the best way to grow your business, and what better way than to be known as the best local networker! Tony Hedger, Worthing & Crawley
Get in touch if you would like to be involved!