photo courtesy of Amanda Foreman Photography

Every Thursday evening at 17:30 during lockdown, we’re running our famous Club Networking Evenings via Zoom.  It’s an opportunity to see old friends and colleagues, find out what they’re doing, how they’re coping –  and check out their hair!

Partners and Prizes
Each event we invite one or two of our Partners to make a brief presentation and there are opportunities to ask questions via the Chat function.  And there are prizes to be won at the end of the evening!

So shut down your emails, pour yourself a glass of something nice and join us for a convivial evening, a blend of gossip and useful tips and information.

Our next Club Networking Evening is on Thursday 31st July at 17:30, with guest Partner, Twinwoods Adventure introducing their remote escape room, Morse Code.

It’s war-time in 1942 and we need you to help infiltrate the enemy tower. Once in, you must retrieve a package and then relay the enemy’s attack plan using morse code. You have a maximum of 60 minutes to achieve your mission and get out safely.  Because you’re there, and we’re here, you’ll be completing our real-world escape room from the comfort of your own home.

With live video feeds, a real-life avatar that you control, and lots of other cool online resources, we bring you the excitement of a real escape room, without the need to leave your house.  Not only that, but you can share the game play with other people in your own house, or even better, share your game with friends and family anywhere around the world!

To register to attend this Club Networking Evening

Previous guests at Club Networking Evenings include:

Beaverbrook House in Surrey is the former home of Lord Beaverbrook and resonates with history. It is set in 400 acres and each of the beautifully appointed bedrooms in The House is a nod to past guests like Ellizabeth Taylor, Rudyard Kipling, Ian Fleming and Sir Winston Churchill . Choose to stay in either The House where an ex-Nobu chef runs The Japanese Grill, or in The Garden House, with stunning country interiors.

The Price’s Room BMA House

BMA House (left) – the beautiful home the British Medical Association.  Walking distance from Russell Square, Euston Square and Kings Cross stations, the elegant BMA House has a range of meeting rooms, including a large lecture theatre, accommodating from six to 300 people, as well as lovely gardens and award-winning in-house catering.  Perfect for conferences, board meetings, receptions and weddings.

Corporate Away Days –  wellbeing at work is the focus of Corporate Aways Days’ team-building activities, putting your team into the moment, taking in their surroundings with a common goal to build connections, trust, resilience and creativity while experiencing inspiring events.


Digby Fine English (below) – Sussex-based makers of prize-winning English sparkling wine, Digby are currently running online wine tastings – a perfect solution for corporate entertainment during lockdown.  They also have a beautiful tasting room in the castle town of Arundel, suitable for small corporate events.

Farncombe Estate – located among the lovely, gentle scenery of The Cotswolds, the Estate comprises three beautiful hotels, Foxhill Manor, The Fish and Dormy House set in a glorious sprawl of forest and field, riddled with rambling trails and cycle routes and a beautiful spa.

Liberty International DMC, a world leading company for both leisure and business travel, operating in 90 destinations worldwide and with a specific respect for local cultures, fair trade and sustainability.

Ripe Office, makers of beautiful, affordable and sustainable office furniture. Furniture from virgin resources contributes 30% of the carbon footprint of a commercial building over its entire life. Rype reduce this by 80% by remanufacturing high quality used furniture to as-new condition in a quality-controlled and by creating exciting furniture from waste.


For contact details for any of these Partners, please email Charmian.