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BATH RUGBY NEWS Bringing you the latest from the Bath Rugby headquarters

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BOARD OF APPROVAL Bath Building Society Group have appointed Tonia Lovell, a chartered secretary, as executive board member. During the last nine years Tonia’s role has developed and grown, and in 2011 she became a member of the Senior Management Team.

THE BIG 40 The Hobsons Choice Swindon showroom hosted the biggest party in the company’s history to mark their 40th anniversary in style. Over 220 invited guests attended the newly renovated flagship kitchen, bathroom and interiors showroom to celebrate.

NEW LEASE OF LIGHT Edmundson Electrical have just opened a new premises on Maltings Industrial Estate. Their previous site on Locksbrook estate is no longer operating and their new home is more fit for purpose. They specialise in selling lighting and wiring accessories to electricians and the public, and will be celebrating their new move with an open day at the end of July. www.edmundson-electrical.

Bath Rugby Foundation want you to be a part of their running team for the 2018 Vitality Bath Half. Whether you’re a seasoned half marathon runner or want to start pounding the pavement, there’s no better place to start, they say, than at the Vitality Bath Half, which is suitable for all abilities. Running as part of the Bath Rugby team means you will help to raise money for the foundation and you will also get all of this included: limited edition Bath Rugby Foundation running vests, hot showers in the Bath Rugby players’ changing rooms, pre- and post-race massages, food and drinks, goody bags, secure bag storage throughout the day, and a training and nutrition plan

You’ll not only raise money for charity but you’re sure to have a lot of fun

with tips on how to perform at your best. They will provide you with the tools you need to get the most out of your fundraising efforts, and Bath Rugby Foundation ask that you raise £250 for their charitable causes. If you’d like to join the team you have two options – you can sign up as an own place runner, or a charity place runner and once you’ve signed up you need to email to receive your information and support pack. Good luck to everyone who enters, and let the training begin! For more: |

BUSINESS MATTERS DIARY From city centre conferences to networking breakfasts, make a note of these dates and make them work for you 2 7 JU N E

Business coach Peter Rolliston will be hosting an ActionCOACH business strategy workshop entitled Get your Business Working. With the lure of increasing your profits by 61 per cent in 12 months, the two-hour session will cover all manner of strategies. Abbey Hotel, North Parade. Free. 10am-12pm.


Go along and experience an evening of art over informal networking at The Royal High School Bath Art Show 2017. Lansdown Road, Bath. £10.50£15.50. 6pm-8pm.

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This session is hosted by Cool Ventures and will provide 12 hours of free support to businesses in the Council area. Bath and County Club.


YENA – the network for young entrepreneurs and ambitious professionals – will be holding its next networking meetup at the 4 JU LY Bath Brew House. Entry is free so Join Bath Chamber of Commerce go along, socialise and be inspired and Visit Bath for the next by like-minded individuals. 7pm. Networking and Nibbles Event.


Companies will compete in the Bath World Cup at Monkton Combe School Sports Ground. Any proceeds go to Creative Bath and the Bath Boules Trust. Team ticket is £250 plus VAT. 10.30am.

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