The EpiCentre puts community events at the heart of their event activity and in the lead up to the Queens Platinum Jubilee this is no different.
Jirah Branch and Emma Perry the centres’ customer experience front of house team have engaged with local businesses to set up a cake sale and tombola to raise money for the charity The British Heart Foundation. Companies could not have been more supportive in their generosity to not only help The EpiCentre celebrate the Jubilee but in also donating some fantastic prizes to help raise as much money as possible.
The Jubilee Celebrations will be on Wednesday 1st June 2022 from 9am-2pm and everyone is welcome!
Top prizes include:
- Tribe Training 6-week Programme worth £187
- Notley Academy 4-week PT or 8 week PT sessions collectively £525
- Gloss and Glam voucher KAESO Facial £40
- 1 Accounts Echo Dot £30
- Laura Louise Beauty & Training Beauty Treatment £20
Plus wine, vouchers, hamper, photography and much more….
A big thanks to those businesses who have donated prizes these include: Sturmer Nurseries, The Sea Tree, Cool Beans Café, Cambridge Champagne Company, C and B Beautiful, Amy Leigh Academy of Dance, Tribe Training, Linton Fitness, A girls Best Friend Beauty, Little Peach Clay Company, The Crown Inn Linton, Head To Toe Holistic, one accountant and Travel Counsellor, Romy Frow.
Asa Burrows of SKC, says: “This is exactly what we are aiming to build here at The EpiCentre. We are hugely excited about working with K9 who have some really experienced talent.
Centre Manager, Kelly Boosey, says: “K9 and SKC is just the start in developing a games hub at The EpiCentre. Haverhill has huge advantages as well as being a stone throw away from a prominent games sector in Cambridge, there is also a lot of investment in the local area within higher education colleges. Talented graduates don’t necessarily want to leave the region, especially if that means London as its super expensive. At the same time at Oxford Innovation we can support young and entrepreneurial companies when starting up especially if there is a sector focussed cluster in our growing community,” adds Kelly.