THE Worthing branch of the Mumpreneurs Networking Club has moved to a new venue – the Thomas A Becket in Rectory Road, Worthing.
Claire Bradford, one of the Mumpreneurs, said: “Networkers attending November’s meeting were made to feel very welcome by pub staff, who provided lots of tea and coffee and a light and airy room.
“The log fires burning were not really needed, however, as this month the group took part in Worthing Churches Homeless Projects’ ‘woolly hat day’, raising money and awareness of homelessness in the area.
“A lot of fun was had, and Jane Smith, of Myrtle’s Bags, was presented with the prize for best woolly hat by Louise Brooks of Worthing Churches Homeless Projects.”
The Mumpreneurs Networking Club provides fun yet professional networking for mums in business and those who want to do business with them, in 17 venues across the South East and in London.
For more information about their monthly meetings, log on to www.agoodgossip.co.uk