At the launch of Merton Best Business Awards, Kayley was lucky enough to win a voucher for a three-course lunch for four at the Taste restaurant at South Thames College. Needing an excuse to beat the Thursday blues, the girls set off this lunchtime for a delicious meal.
The annual STEM4 quiz night came round again last Friday evening, giving the WSM team chance to clear the cobwebs and test the grey matter. Being this year’s nominated charity, everyone was keen to support them and we managed to get together a team of eight people down at the Sacred Heart Church for an evening of fundraising.
Yesterday evening, WSM joined forces with local solicitor, Russell-Cooke to sponsor the Rugby World Cup 2015 talk at Bookfest. We were delighted that rugby commentator, TV personality and lawyer (apparently) Brian Moore was joined by the very handsome Nick Evans from Harlequins and former All Black and England world cup winner, Jason Leonard.
Wimbledon BookFest is a not for profit organisation, which is driven largely by the local community and run mainly by volunteers. This year has been the most successful to date, with 6 events completely selling out, including the evening with Alan Johnson. We were lucky enough to have the opportunity to sponsor this event, discussing Alan’s new book, ‘Please, Mister Postman’.