Searcys presents an informal networking event in celebration of International Women’s Day – SOLD OUT
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Featuring a headline panel discussion with influential South West Women
Join us for an evening of food, fizz and inspiring discussion at our first ever International Women’s Day event at the Roman Baths and Pump Room.
On the night we will be joined by a panel of successful local women, who will be talking about some of the challenges they have faced in their personal and professional lives, and taking questions from the audience.
The evening will start with a glass of Champagne and canapés around the steaming waters of the Great Bath, followed by some sumptuous bowl food. Here you will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with up to 100 like-minded South West Women, from all walks of life.
After the reception head upstairs to the historic Pump Room and take your seat for dessert and the highlight of the evening – the panel discussion.
The headline panel includes TV newscaster Imogen Sellers, Entrepreneur’s Godmother Alison Edgar, Bath Chronicle editor Rachael Sugden, former mayor of Bath and business owner Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst MBE and Olympic Silver medallist Heather Fell.
We are lucky enough to also be joined by an ambassador from Duval-Leroy Champagne, one of the only Champagne houses to date, ran primarily by women. Hear how Madame Duval-Leory completely shifted the focus of Duval-Leory, building up the brand as we know it today alongside her cellar master, Sandrine Logette-Jardin, the only female cellar master in Champagne.
TICKETS: £25.00 per person (£5.00 of the ticket price will be donated to the Southside Family Project in Bath).
A charity raffle will also take place in aid of Southside with some exciting prizes up for grabs, including a once in a lifetime dinner for two at the Gherkin, London.
6.45pm Arrival and registration (Stall Street, Roman Baths)
7.00pm Champagne, canapé and bowl food reception around the Great Bath
7.45pm Champagne, dessert and the Duval-Leroy story in the Pump Room
8.15pm Panel discussion and questions from the audience
9.15pm/9.30pm Event finish