18 October 2019

Michele Farmer

The Prince’s Trust in Central England is supporting some 15,000 young people this year and at the event Michele will outline the Trust’s plans to do even more to support young people aged 11-30 in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to help them into work and self-employment.

NCBC Speaker

Michele Farmer bio

Michele Farmer, Central England Director for The Prince's Trust will be our guest speaker at our event in October.

The Prince’s Trust in Central England is supporting some 15,000 young people this year and at the event Michele will outline the Trust’s plans to do even more to support young people aged 11-30 in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to help them into work and self-employment.

The Timetable

What to expect at NCBC

Arrival at 11:45, sign in and collect your badge before being escorted into the reception area.

Enjoy a bit of opening networking with the other members and guests of the lunch. Drinks included.

Sit down for a two course lunch including a starter and a main followed by coffee. After lunch the guest speaker will take to the podium for their speech.

The meeting and lunch is drawn to a close.

Guests and members are invited to continue their discussions at The Castle Pub afterwards. NCBC members receive 10% discount with their Castle card.

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