Aldershot Enterprise Centre’s annual Tea on the Lawn is a community andnetworking event attended by members of the community and local businesses. It is a great opportunity to meet and connect with other businesses whilst enjoying food, refreshments and a vintage singer in the open air in the middle of summer…
….This year it was less than sunny as the heavens opened but we didn’t let that dampen our spirits or stop us having a good time. Inspiring Enterprise had space there for participants to come and exhibit and we had a wonderful selection of new businesses in attendance:
Victoria Meering is an artist specialising in acrylic pouring work, small tonal portraits from photographs and impressionistic watercolours.
Zoe Ellis-Moore (aka ZEM) is a lifestyle shoe brand with a fun story to tell. Established in following Nicola from Coronation Street being sent home from work for not wearing heels. The main objective is to flaunt a distinctive sense of style in the workplace whilst wearing flats.
Sarah Jones is an Artist, Art Tutor, Artsworker and owner of Create and Calm, Sarah is a qualified Life Coach and holds certificates in Cognitive Psychology, NLP, Mindfulness and Stress Management, alongside Fine Art and teaching qualifications.
Natalie Priest owns Radiant Chameleon Animation and Illustration, which specialises in 2D digital animation and Illustration work, she creates fun and appealing character design and tell compelling stories, some of which are about raising awareness of disability and mental health.
Julia Lynn Floral Designs takes inspiration from nature to create bespoke designs. Julia also hosts floristry workshops. She uses locally sourced fresh flowers and sustainable materials.
Julia even created some beautiful bespoke displays especially for the event, including a beautiful bouquet to give away in a competition.
We all had a great time, made some good connections and look forward to next year…