As part of their ongoing 35th Anniversary fests this time, Young Enterprise in Eynesbury Vale held a fundraising regale on Thursday 13 March at the Harding’s Restaurant at Eynesbury College. numerous of the Charity’s sympathizers were there, and an amazing selection of transaction prizes helped to make the evening a huge success.
Guests were ate as they arrived with a drinks event where they had a chance to meet their fellow sympathizers as well as some Young Enterprise levies. The evening was hosted by the Chairman of Young Enterprise Aylesbury Vale, Chris Underwood of Smooth, who got the fests off to a flying launch with the trade of truck tickets to around 60 especially invited guests. The truck prizes were bestowed by companies and individualities who support the Charity’s work, as were the transaction prizes latterly in the evening.
Some of the guests were seasoned sympathizers of Young Enterprise in Eynesbury Vale, while others were new to the Charity and enjoying their first preface to the important work that Young Enterprise does. Young Enterprise Business Adviser Roger Churchill of Lohmann Technologies played an active part in the evening’s proceedings, not only drawing the truck but also as keynote speaker. In his speech he drew parallels between the values and chops that were abecedarian to the Great Escape and those that are needed in running a business. It’s these values that Young Enterprise aims to inseminate in Achievers that take part in its colorful programmes.
Unique transaction prizes included similar gems as a major stint of Halton House Officers Mess( old Rothschild manse), the RAF Halton Museum and viewing of a scale Cortege. Pawl Sawley bestowed a inked JPR Williams limited edition print. A lot of excitement was generated by Vampire spurt dragster fractions from Richard Hammond’s notorious crash. Crooked Billet, Hayley Conference Centers and Sivatech also contributed to the transaction run by Stephen Hearn from Tring Deals.
The whole evening raised over£,400 and helped to spread the word about the work of Young Enterprise to a new followership of implicit unborn sympathizers.
Young Enterprise is an educational charity that offers scholars the occasion to run a real company in Company Programme. The Young Enterprise Programmes are grounded on the principle of” literacy by doing” and each programme involves practical, fun, hands- on exertion, led by a Volunteer from original business or the community working alongside preceptors speakers with specifically designed Young Enterprise programmes. Young Enterprise Levies come part of an instigative and pleasurable literacy experience for the original community.