Red Nose Day: Mumpreneurs Networking Club

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Amelia Gould, Head of Engineering at BAE Systems, Naval Ships, Combat Sytems with Year 7 students from Carisbrooke College on The Isle of Wight at Land Rover BAR. From left: Sam I'Anson, Elissa Gildart and Laila Elias     

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Businesses unite for Comic Relief

Another event has been held by the Mumpreneurs Networking Club, this time in aid of Comic Relief at the Emsworth Baptist Church.

The Mumpreneurs Networking Club promotes networking and hold business meetings in the south of England. They hold regular meetings for businesses who join.

Businesses who are part of the club attended the church in Emsworth to promote and demonstrate their services, network, eat cake, and most importantly raise money for Comic Relief on Red Nose Day.

Emma Weatherstone, the Emsworth and Havant manager for the group hosted the event and made sure there were many fun and exciting events for the public to enjoy. There was one business giving demonstrations and training in CPR, Paws and Claws doing free dog photography, many stalls selling anything from clothes to cake and there was even a competition to win a car! The event was available for all members of the public.

In 2015, thanks to the club, Emsworth became the first ‘red nose city’. Emma said: ‘All the businesses got together in 2015 and decided to put Emsworth on the map for Comic Relief and we raised over £15,000 doing events. It was a hugely successful event.’

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