Ten2Two was delighted to co-sponsor The Hospice of St Francis Corporate Partner Event last night with fellow member and client, EIC Insurance.

The event was held at the wonderful Stocks Golf club in Aldbury with over 100 local businesses in attendance.  One of the highlights was a haggis being piped in and daggered by Keith Anderson of EIC followed by an amusing Ode from our very own Jane O’Gorman as a celebration of upcoming Burns night.

We are really happy to have been part of the Corporate Partners Network since hosting it’s first event and love being part of such a fantastic, growing community of businesses.  We look forward to continuing to support such a worth while cause at many events in the future.

We’ve been receiving feedback all day – here’s just a couple of comments:

“Jane, well done on last night. You were a star and spoke just dead pure brilliant. Hope to see you at further events.   Alan”

“A great evening Jane, even though ah couldne ken a word!  David”

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