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NWBC 2020 Quiz Night cheque presentation

NWBC supported charities

Daily Post Business Awards 2019

Test the Team Quiz Night May 2019

Coleg Llandrillo Achievers Awards Ceremony 13 June 2019

Adrian Waine Photographer A winner.....

Our latest Newsletter has been published Special Edition September 2020.

To view please follow this link:NWBC NEWSLETTER SPECIAL SEPTEMBER 2020


NWBC QUIZ NIGHT IN AID OF ST DAVID'S HOSPICE

We raised £10220 for St David’s Hospice

Over 55 quizzers took part

Winner of the Quiz: Clive Wolfendale of CAIS

Raffle prizes

  • A night at Rowton Hall Hotel, Chester– donated by the St. George’s Hotel : Arthur Barlow
  • Afternoon Tea for 2 at the Bodysgallen Hall Hotel: Vicky Williams, Ffontygeri
  • A Bottle of Penderyn Whisky – donated by the North Wales Business Club: Sue Weir of Medicash
  • Afternoon Tea for 2 at the Quay Hotel: Kate Paterson
  • Admission for 2 to Anglesea Sea Zoo: Dewi Jones of Lanyon Bowdler
  • Voucher for the Langley Spa, Llandudno Junction: Frannkie of Dragon Securities

Some of the many comments we have received:

“Just sending a quick congratulations, that was a fantastic turnout and a really nice evening to boot. “Great to raise £10,000 in the circumstances

“It was a great success! You hit you target!”

It was fantastic fun. Really enjoyed it

Thank you to everyone for organising

Wow! That was good wasn’t it and a brilliant sum of money to raise all things considered.

Brilliant job by Rupert and Worldspan and thanks so much for coordinating it all.

It was fantastic fun. Really enjoyed it

Thank you to everyone for organising

What a great night, thanks so much for organising it. Definitely worth all the hard work you put it!

I just wanted to say a massive thank you to you and Rupert Moon for hosting the quiz last night. It was thoroughly enjoyable and I’m sure everyone enjoyed it.

My colleague, Cathryn participated in the quiz and she thoroughly enjoyed it and was very pleased with her respectable score!

It was fantastic, had really good fun..

Just a quick note to thank you and the rest of the Team at the North Wales Business Club for organising what was a fantastic Quiz on Thursday evening.

My colleagues and I thoroughly enjoyed it and in fact had a good laugh. I have spoken to a few others who were on the Quiz and the feedback from them was equally positive.

Congratulations for organizing such a great evening and thank you.

Looking forward to next year already.

All the best and obviously we could not have done it without you!!

The NWBC promotes two local charities:

They are St David's Hospice, Llandudno and Ty Gobaith, Conwy.

Both organisations are always in need of our support and below are links to various fundraising activities that the two organisations undertake:-

For St David's Hospice main web site please follow this link: https://stdavidshospice.org.uk

For Ty Gobaith main web site please follow this link: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/ty-gobaith


Various fundraising activities include:

St David's Hospice

Gt Orme famous goat Tee Shirts:https://stdavidshospice.org.uk/product/the-great-o...

Donation Centre and Hospice shops: st david's hospice mochdre

Covid -19 Recovery fundraising: https://stdavidshospice.org.uk/recoveryfund/

St Davids Lottery: https://stdavidshospice.org.uk/support-us/lottery/

Volunteering for St David's: https://stdavidshospice.org.uk/support-us/voluntee...


Ty Gobaith/Hope House

Donation Centre & Shops: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/donate-goods

Ty Gobaith Lottery: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/lottery

Volunteer for Ty Gobaith: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/volunteer


Daily Post Business Awards evening held on 21/11/2019

Awards Evening

Huge congratulations to the following North Wales Business Club members who won awards at the Daily Post Business Awards evening at Bangor University on 21 November 2019.

The NWBC members who were winners were as follows:-

  • Green Award sponsored by Calon Homes --- Anglesey Sea Zoo
  • North Wales Tourism Award sponsored by Adventure Parc Snowdonia --- Welsh Mountain Zoo
  • Welsh Exporter of the Year Award sponsored by Welsh Government & Business Wales --- Worldspan
  • Business of the Year (over 50 employees) sponsored by Disclosure Services --- Carelink Homecare Services Ltd

Posted 25/11/2019



Coleg Llandrillo Achievers Awards Ceremony

Thursday 13 June 2019 at Venue Cymru.

DWW LlandrilloPVS Llandrillo

Mrs Diana Williams, Vice President of the NWBC presents Rhyl Vocational (David W Williams Award) to Tammy Moxon and Peter Smith, General Secretary and Treasurer of NWBC presents Access and Business (Sir Zachry Brierley Award) to Grace Jones at the Coleg Llandrillo Achievers Awards Ceremony.





NWBC Member a winner.........

Adrian Waine wins Professional Manufacturing Process of the EEF Photography Competition 2018 with his photograph "Not Painting by Numbers"

AW Photo Comp 1

Capturing an image of your product, business or process is vital to the wellbeing of your business, and progression within your industry.

Adrian Waine an award winning photographer with decades of experience, nationally and internationally has recently been awarded Professional Manufacturing Process Winner within the EEF Photography Competition this year, this follows Adrian’s success in winning the overall competition in 2017.

AW Photo Comp 2AW Photo Comp 3

The theme for this year's competition was Celebrating Everyday Manufacturing.

This competition is designed to inspire a new image and improved public perception of UK manufacturing and engineering using photography. From the traditional to the high-tech the images had to reflect the strength and diversity of today's UK manufacturing sector.

Adrian’s award winning image “Not Painting By Numbers!”Pictured below, was created on a shoot Collaboration with

DuPont they are working inclusively with others to find innovative, science-enabled solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges.

Inclusive innovation means global collaboration focused on feeding the world, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and protecting what matters most.

DuPont believes that big challenges must be met by bigger science. Inclusive innovation and applying science to create solutions.

The image created by Adrian Waine is taken at Severfield PLC, this is the largest structural steel specialist in the UK.

Each week their Dalton site in North Yorkshire processes up to 1,000 tonnes of steel, all bound for projects across the United Kingdom.

Adrian Waine
Photography for Industry

Tel: 0151 356 3855

www.photographyforindustry.com

[email protected]

Posted 5/12/2018