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The Venus awards Isle Of Wight Launch



















I was invited to the venus awards isle of wight launch, which was hosted at premier ford house (category sponsor for "small business" award). The evening started off with presecco and cupcakes made by the lovely nikki from Tikerty-Boo, www.tikertyboocupcakes.co.uk . Many of us ladies were found talking and networking amongst ourselves while the samba Solent group performed for our evenings entertainment. There were little stalls on display, one of which was from The isle of wight pearl, (category sponsor for " inspirational women" award). The night was flowing with bubbly , canap├ęs and friendly women. Mary Burgess the regional partner for the isle of wight venus awards 2015 grabbed our attention by introducing us to the awards categories and all the sponsors. There was also a raffle raising  money for isle of wight youth trust which was very close to Mary's heart. The prizes were from the isle of wight pearl, wight link, the isle of wight zoo and many more, I unfortunately didn't win, Boo! As we were leaving the event they were handing out a few goody bags which were filled up with premier ford goodies and one which was my favourite a yankee candle air freshener! All in all the night was lovely and well organised by the lovely Mary who has put in so much hard work and effort!


Don't forget to check out the www.venusawards.co.uk nominate anyone Even yourself! the isle of wight has 14 categories to chose from. For more info please contact Mary@venusawards.co.uk OR @venusIOW 

I hope you enjoyed the read
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx

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