ISO Quality Services Ltd’s Wine & Cheese Night a delight!

29 Nov, 2016

Another successful networking event was held by ISO Quality Services Ltd on Thursday 24th November 2016. The theme this time was Wine and Cheese!

Held at Browns at the Quay in Worcester, the event saw over 30 delegates from all over Worcestershire attend for the Wine and Cheese tasting as well as other activities taking place, including guessing the weight of the cheese, an “impossible” wine bottle puzzle, a cheese-themed trivia quiz and formal speed networking.
The raffle saw great prizes provided by Worcestershire businesses, including a Christmas hamper worth £70 donated by Cloud Shepherd, four tickets to Worcester Races and Worcester Warriors match day hospitality tickets donated by SW&A Accountants.4

Congratulations to all of our prize winners from the evening!

Other prizes included a magnum of Prosecco donated by HeadTurner Search, a cloud storage desk tidy from client Offsite Servers, £30 beauty treatment voucher donated by Beauty at Patreesa’s, £15 tanning voucher donated by Tanned Up, half-day room hire donated by Open Space Room Hire and a pair of Coomber Bluetooth headphones donated by Arrivista Business Coaching.

In total the event raised £1000 for our company charity Midlands Air Ambulance!

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The Midlands Air Ambulance charity covers six midlands counties: Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands. They operate three air ambulances that serve these communities, airlifting people in crisis to hospital in rapid time. The time that it takes for someone to reach the hospital dramatically img_4236affects their chances of survival, making the work that Midlands Air Ambulance do so vital.

Thank you to everyone who attended the event and donated to Midlands Air Ambulance, as well as all the businesses who donated a raffle prize. A special thank you also to Browns at the Quay for hosting, Vinotopia for the selection of wines and Croome Cuisine for providing the cheese. We hope that everyone enjoyed the evening as much as we did!

Our next event will be held around March, so we will keep you updated as we enter the new year.

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