The children may well be back at school and out of offices turned off but that doesn’t mean summer has to be over just yet.
Join us on Wednesday 18 September at the stunning Rockliffe Hall Resort for our first ever Summer Social event in support of our two great educational charities, High Tide Foundation and Children Challenging Industry.
Our charity fundraiser is open to everyone and offers a great opportunity to get out of the office and enjoy the last remaining days of the summer but most importantly, relax and have fun!
Our refreshed golf tournament will have players taking a swing on one of England’s best golf courses whilst fundraising for our two important education charities.
In addition to 5-star golfing, players will enjoy a day packed with fun activities including mulligans, pink ball contest, nearest to pin and longest drive and a putting competition with a difference! Once back at the clubhouse you’ll enjoy an evening of informal networking that includes a 2-course BBQ, charity raffle, winner presentations and inspirational speakers.
Last remaining golf places available! Click here to find our more and book online.
If you’d like to support this year’s charity summer social but golf isn’t quite your thing, then worry not as we have evening tickets available for you and your team. Join us in the stunning Rockliffe Hall Resort clubhouse for an evening of networking, barbecuing and of course, fundraising and fun!
Our evening tickets are just £30 per person and include a cocktail on arrival and a delicious 2 course BBQ, along with the chance to win fabulous prizes and hear more about our two charities from Better Brand’s MD & High Tide Trustee, Mark Easby.
“I want to share my journey through education and into business leading onto my role at Better and High Tide. I also want to share our beliefs about the importance of building bridges between industry and education across Tees Valley. For our region’s young people we need to join there dots, open our doors, build hope, break down barriers, change perceptions, instil ambition, raise aspiration and unlock potential so that together we can inspire the future of Tees Valley.”
Mark Easby, Managing Director, Better Brand
Your exclusive evening ticket includes:
It’s set to be a great day at the remarkable Rockliffe Hall and with tickets are priced at just £30, whats stopping you?
To help raise vital monies for Children Challenging Industry and High Tide Foundation, we will be running a prize draw raffle and we’d be very grateful for raffle prize donations – no matter how big or small. If you’re unable to attend or would simply like to support our fundraising activities further, please contact the team today to pledge your gift today!
Would you like to network and build relationships with our industry guests in this stunning and informal setting? If so, we have an opportunity for one company to sponsor the halfway house and run our putting competition with a difference – plus much, much more.
Halfway house sponsorship offers you the chance to:
Cost £500 + vat and including two evening event tickets.
If you are interested in this exclusive sponsorship package please contact Louise via email firstname.lastname@example.org
High Tide Foundation connects business and education across Tees Valley to help increase awareness of career opportunities and raise aspirations for young people in the Tees Valley.
We open young people’s eyes and minds to Tees Valley’s diverse career opportunities providing real life work experience which increases understanding, improves skills, raises confidence, and builds aspirations. Through our unique industry programmes we deliver ‘meaningful’ career experiences focusing on getting young people, aged 11-19, out of the classroom into industry across a range of sectors from automotive to animation and from media to manufacturing.
Find out more here
The Children Challenging Industry (CCI) programme, initiated in 1996 by CIEC at University of York, provides opportunities for primary school children to experience science, presented in an industrial context. Children undertake a series of scientific investigations in school before visiting a local industrial partner to see how the scientific concepts are applied. In addition to working with children, the programme also delivers high quality professional development in science teaching to primary school teachers.
Find out more here.