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Producers' Pop Up Picnic
This Saturday and Sunday we are delighted to be sponsoring this brand new event as part of the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival.
Held in the Stable Yard at Hoveton Hall, the Producers' Pop Up Picnic is a great chance to browse and buy some of the fantastic food that Norfolk producers have got to offer. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy a picnic whilst listening to live music before stocking up on goodies to take home.
Held across both Saturday and Sunday, there will be free parking and the gates open at 11 and close at 5 each day. It promises to be a great day and we hope you’ll join us there.
Congratulations to our HR Advisor Vicky Webber who took home the award for ‘New Supporting Mentor of the Year’ at the recent Inspired Youth Awards.
Lovewell Blake also picked up an award for ‘Significant Contribution by a Business’. Staff from across the firm have been involved in a variety of Inspired Youth projects this year, from mentoring pupils on business projects to providing careers advice and guidance.
We are excited that we will continue our involvement with Inspired Youth in their future projects.
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