Chamber Coffee Morning
at The Poppy Factory, Richmond
Tuesday 4th April 2017
from 10.00am to 11.30am
The Poppy Factory invites you to a coffee morning at its iconic factory on the Petersham Road.
We are one of Richmond’s oldest charities and provide bespoke opportunities and ongoing employment support for hundreds of disabled veterans around the country. We help disabled veterans to restore their financial independence through sustainable and rewarding work, and our ongoing support enables veterans to thrive in their new workplace.
There will be an opportunity to learn about this and also to tour our factory where disabled veterans and dependents produce remembrance poppies, wreaths and crosses.
10:00 Guest arrive to a welcome coffee / tea with pastries
10:25 Welcome from Chamber CEO and host The Poppy Factory
10:30 Optional tour or meet with local businesses.
11:30 Event ends
~ THE HOST ~
Twickenham Experience Ltd. A Chamber Headline Sponsor
Event booking cancellations are refundable if received 48 hours before the event starts. After 48 hours before the event starts refunds are not payable.
Exceptions to this policy are as follows:-
Events such as Black-Tie or Special Evening Functions where the Chamber refunds cancelled tickets up to 30 days prior to an event start time. After 30 days prior the event is non-refundable. Exceptions are flagged on the Eventbrite invitation page.
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Richmond Borough Chamber of Commerce
Richmond Chamber of Commerce is a vibrant and well established network of businessess, business people and organisations committed to enhancing business and prosperity within the Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
The Chamber markets, represents and supports business and CSR.
Come and join us and not only make a difference, but benefit from free mentoring, advertising opportunities to more than 5,000 businesses, great events, seminars, training, access to Richmond Twickenham Times Talking Business pages and to teams/forums of Chamber members, who offer free professional and discounted assistance.
The Chamber's members span from non profits to retired and other local business people to one person start-ups seeking guidance to national and internatonal companies and public organisations establishing local links as part of their corporate social responsibility; including businesses and organisations such as NPL, Kew Gardens, the RFU, HSBC, Nat West, PayPal, eBay, Reed, TWE, Santander, Serco, St Georges and more...