25 Members present, some of whom were up with the larks but arrived in the dark, we were then greeted with a bright sunny morning that was in itself as uplifting as the meeting turned out to be.
A busy networking meeting today with 25 members and 1 new visitor. Also the first 10 minute presentation by Ford Astbury. Jolly good!
A Canvey raft, covering gold with base metals and a metaphorical lazy river….what more could you wish for!
A day that promised sunshine after a Wednesday of rain and likelihood of Friday with rain, brought the Members out in droves. Despite it being holiday season we mustered 26 Members and 1 Visitor Paul Thurgood.
24 members and 1 visitor, a persistent buzzing fly, attended this weeks networking meeting where John Hammond delivered an excellent presentation about his business JMH Technology.
Yet another excellent business networking meeting with 22 members present in the middle of the holiday season. This week’s 10-minute presentation from Toby Acton
Phew what a scorcher!!! Even at 6am it was warm. All doors and windows opened giving a pleasant through draft that help provide a meeting that was very pleasant not only in temperature but in the temperament of the Members.
Holiday-season has begun, but nevertheless a busy and energised networking meeting with lots of love for the “Brilliant” Mike Rogers! A relaxed yet effective 10-minute presentation from John Freeman.
A balmy morning had all of the windows and the back door open and the sign on the counter of “no jackets today” was as appropriate for us as it was for food. Thoroughly entertaining and rewarding business networking meeting.
Somewhat of a rude awakening for your stand in chairman this morning as I was thrust into the breach with no warning, but, be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them! I’ll leave it to you to decide…
Excellent attendance with 30 members present one sub Rupert Miles for Saj and one guest Paul Halls and a guest Chairman in the form of Vince Goode who reminded us that the road to success is always under construction.