As the world opened up once again, we were keen to offer our members more creative ways of networking, so we teamed up with Outside to organise these networking sessions with groups of 12 people (similar to our members’ lunches) who are keen to don their walking boots and explore the stunning countryside around Bristol and Bath. A great opportunity for members to make some new connections within the industry whilst getting some much needed fresh air!
The location for this Walk & Talk will be the Rowberrow Warren Wood – Dolebury Hill Fort 9km circular loop. We’ll meet in the car park at The Swan Inn pub (BS25 1QL) ready to leave at 9.30am. After the walk, for those that want to stay and carry on chatting, there is the option to grab some lunch (and maybe a nice cold pint!) at the pub.
Over the course of a (roughly) 3 hour circular walk, you’ll get to spend 10-15 minutes chatting to each of your fellow walkers. No agenda as such, just clear open space for thinking, connecting, sharing experiences about your businesses and exploring possibilities. The BCI team will be joining the group too so it’s a great chance to chat to them about getting the most out of your BCI membership.
This event is exclusively for BCI members and registration is required in advance via the button below. For those who are also members of Outside, this event is free of charge. If you’re not a member of Outside, the cost will be £10+VAT.
Our members’ lunches, a long term fixture in the BCI events calendar, are still continuing as normal every month online throughout the year, but we want to keep offering these walking sessions too which will start from different locations around the area on a quarterly basis.
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