Basepoint Assistant Manager, Loraine Ede (left of picture), welcomes the Leonard Cheshire Disability team.
Showing news for October 2013.
BACCES is a non-profit charitable organisation which was originally set up in 1970 by two British European Airways (BEA) stewards who wrote a comedy review and staged it at York House in March 1971, Twickenham, UK for two nights.
New Basepoint Winchester licensee Rejuvenate Me take a holistic, scientific approach to skincare. Known as ‘the Facial Queen’ amongst her clients, Jane Bryan owner of Rejuvenate Me offers the finest facial rejuvenation treatments following years of research and training.
On the morning of Friday 27th September, licensees of Basepoint Waterlooville enjoyed a fun coffee morning held at reception in aid of Macmillan. Plenty of coffee, cupcakes and cookies were to be had on the day, and the team managed to raise over £90 through sales of tombola tickets and the Coffee Bean Challenge. The World's Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support's biggest fundraising event, and last year 115,000 people signed up to coffee morning, raising a record £15 million. More information including how much the live total is can be found at http://coffee.macmillan.org.uk/
Build a stronger business at Basepoint’s Networking Hub! We are inviting local businesses to our free Networking Hub on Wednesday 23rd October, where guest speaker, Ian Dickson, business mentor and motivational speaker, will be offering 10 ‘recession busting’ ideas to sustain business growth in a tough economic climate.