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MEMBER ZONE: EVENTS & OFFERS WHAT’S ON


Your guide to what’s coming up in the Chamber’s events calendar. Find out more at www.devonchamber.co.uk


SEPTEMBER EVENT IN FOCUS


The Big Brexit Xmas Breakfast


Breakfast with Dr Steve Garnett at The Millfields Trust


Date: Wednesday 26 September Time: 08:00-10:00 Venue: The Millfields Trust Cost: Free of Charge


There's nothing so inspiring when you're in business than hearing straight from the horse's mouth - and this breakfast in conjunction with our partners The Millfield's Trust features an extraordinary tech genius, Dr Steve Garnett (pictured). Multi-millionaire enterpreneur


Steve will be delivering “Tips from Silicone Valley” and no doubt giving a fascinating insight into his journey from his humble beginnings in a council house in Fazakerley, Liverpool. Steve attributes some of his


success to building great teams with great people and surrounding yourself with them. Don't miss what promises to be an awesome event - places are limited to just 50 people! Refreshements will be provided.


OCTOBER


Crunchy Breakfast @ PL1 Restaurant


Date: Wednesday 3 October Time: 07:30-09:00 Venue: PL1 Restaurant City College Cost: Members: £12+VAT Non-Members: £24+VAT


Paul Barnard, Service Director for Strategic Planning & Infrastructure will be giving us an update on the following: • Major transport projects in and around Plymouth


• Joint Local Plan Paul is a Chartered Town Planner and has been a member of the


Date: Thursday 6 December Time: 08:00-10:00 Venue: Devonport Guildhall Cost: Members: £20 + VAT Non-members: £35 + VAT


Join us for witty banter and a light-hearted look at how we are all surviving Brexit so far, featuring David Fitzgerald (pictured). It’s a chance to get


festive, meet and renew contacts!


• Fun, friendship and fund raising for a charity


• Breakfast on a Column Bakehouse freshly baked, yummy turkey and stuffing roll and a glass of Buck’s Fizz


• Christmas jumpers optional.


Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) since 1984. He has over 30 years of experience working in Local Government. He joined Plymouth City Council in 1991 and has held a variety of planning policy, project management and senior management posts, delivering a series of service modernisation programmes.


Meet the Chamber


Date: Thursday 25 October Time: 17:30-19:30 Venue: Nash & Co Solicitors LLP Cost: Free to members and non- members


Nash & Co has kindly offered to host this event, which gives new Chamber members the chance to learn more about maximising the


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benefits, products and services associated with their membership. Meet some of the the Chamber team and Board Directors and start to build new relationships and contacts. It is also the perfect event to come along to if you are interested in finding out more about joining the Chamber.


NOVEMBER


Crunchy Breakfast @ St Luke's Hospice


Date: Wednesday 7 November Time: 07:30-09:00 Venue: St Luke’s Hospice Cost: Members: £12+VAT Non-Members: £24+VAT


Plymouth is working towards being the first Compassionate City.


Get an update from Councillor Ian


Tuffin (pictured), Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care, on plans to establish Plymouth as the first compassionate city and find out more about how your business or organisation can be a part of this ground-breaking initiative.


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