Following the overwhelming response from their community sports awards, Riverside Shopping Centre in Hemel Hempstead is offering community clubs and charities in the local area the opportunity to take free promotional space on their mall.
From animal shelters to Morris dancers and everything in between, Riverside is encouraging everyone to get in touch. Activity at the shopping centre should be as visual as possible and encourage shopper interaction. This could be anything from demonstrations and kids’ activities to raffles or educational talks.
David Robinson, Centre Manager of Riverside Shopping Centre, commented: “I know that we have a lot of great groups and charities in Hemel Hempstead and I hope that they want to come forward to spread the word about themselves. I am really looking forward to finding out about some of the groups that I didn’t even know existed and seeing lots of various demonstrations and mini events.”
Registration is open for the FREE ‘Win Business Gold’ business breakfast on Friday 27 January at The Holiday Inn, Elstree, Borehamwood.
The event is the latest in an award winning series of events arranged by Hertfordshire is Ready for Winners, the county’s official partnership supporting the delivery of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
David Pitcher has been appointed Assistant Principal of the Academy of Creative and Cultural Industries at North Hertfordshire College. He was previously Director of NHC’s Community and Health Services Academy in Stevenage, and also had a major cross-college role of leading workforce development, which he retains.