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Eighty business people attended the meeting of Newark Business Club at the Everyday Champions Centre on Friday. Club chairman Amy Codd said the next meeting would include an open forum ahead of the General Election on June 8, for members to ask questions. Amy asked for questions to be submitted to her in advance where possible.

Annual report
Amy delivered her annual report and reflected on progress in some of the areas where the club is currently lobbying, as well as some of the more light-hearted activities undertaken in the last 12 months.

From the EU referendum debates and the Christmas jumper day, to the rail summit, We Love Newark campaign and the recent skills share, Amy was pleased with the development of the club and its activities and urged members to continue to get involved. Amy was re-elected as chairman for her third and final year and Lesley Pashley was re-elected club secretary.

Newark in action
James Fountain, chairman of the Action Group, shared his frustration at the lack of progress made on suggestions to improve the safety and traffic flow on the roads in and around Newark, and voiced his concern Newark could become a no-go location, especially on a Friday afternoon.

He praised Severn Trent for its scheme to improve sewage works across the town. James was pleased to note that businesses affected by the disruption would be compensated and that the overall communications by the water company had been very well delivered. James shared news of big investment projects taking place around the town which would be making use of construction companies and boosting the jobs market as well as housing development plans.

Finally, James urged all businesses to look out for opportunities to be involved in the Tour Of Britain when it comes to Newark in September. If you would like to attend the next Action Group meeting please add May 22 to your diary and contact James for location details.

Treasurer’s report
Malcolm Ellison presented the annual treasurer’s report to the club and said a recent increase in entrance fee helped the club to continue to lobby on a number of topics on behalf of its members.

Sponsorship opportunities
Fancy seeing your name on the big screen? Please contact Simon Shaw if you would like to sponsor a meeting. For a one-off payment, you can deliver a presentation to a range of businesses in Newark and see your logo on marketing materials which are circulated by the club. We’ll also give you a shout out on social media and share images of your presentation during the meeting before writing you up for a feature in the Newark Advertiser.

It’s a Knock Out
Keith Girling from Newark Patriotic Fund invited club members to take part in the 2017 It’s A Knockout challenge on Saturday, June 24. Businesses are welcome to enter a group or come along and support from the sidelines with family.

LIVES Save a Life Campaign
Amy Rose and Kirsty Raywood from LIVES, a Lincolnshire charity that supports 700 volunteers who respond to 999 medical emergencies, attended the club on Friday and delivered a presentation about the vital care that LIVES delivers to the local community. The charity, which has been around for 48 years, helps more than 21,000 people a year around 58 people every day.

Amy shared some startling statistics about survival rates for cardiac arrests, stating that for every minute a victim was not receiving CPR after a cardiac arrest their chases of survival were reduced by 10%. Thankfully, Kirsty took to the stage to show club members how to recognise people in need and the correct way to respond. LIVES are aiming to train 10,000 people to deliver CPR in a campaign with BBC Radio Lincolnshire to improve survival rates.

Is our network right for you?
Fancy networking with like-minded business people and making better business links in Newark and the surrounding area? Then Newark Business Club is a great place to start.

The Conservative candidate for Newark in the forthcoming election, Robert Jenrick, said: “NBC is the East Midlands’ most successful business club, bringing together our diverse SME community and campaigning on the issues that matter to business.

“From roads to rail and skills and apprentices, to enable Newark to continue to grow and prosper. It also helps to keep us politicians in touch and hold us to account.” The next meeting will take place at the Everyday Champions Centre in Newark on Friday, June 2, from 7am-9am. New members are always welcome.

Entry is £7 and includes free tea and coffee. Breakfast rolls are available to purchase during the break. Bring your business cards.

In the meantime, you can check out the club and its members via the website www. newarkbusinessclub.co.uk follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/newarkbc or search for Newark Business Club on Facebook.

Next meeting: June 2nd, 2017 - Entry fee £7 at The Everyday Champions Centre, Newark

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