We’ve partnered with Kingston Smith’s Gatwick Lunch Club

Rockinghorse has partnered with Kingston Smith for their Gatwick Lunch Clubs

We’re delighted to announced that Rockinghorse is joining Kingston Smith for their Gatwick Lunch Club as a charity partner of the event.

The partnership will help us to raise the Rockinghorse profile in the Gatwick and surrounding areas. Ryan Heal, CEO of Rockinghorse, explains: “We’re thrilled to partner with Kingston Smith for their Gatwick Lunch Club. Having attended myself over the years, I can appreciate the quality of guests and speakers the business club attracts.

“I hope that Rockinghorse can provide added value to the event by opening it up to our own regional corporate network. We look forward to working with the team from Kingston Smith in taking the Gatwick Lunch Club to the next level for the networking enjoyment of all our guests.”

David Montgomery, partner at Kingston Smith, adds: “We’re very excited to be partnering with Rockinghorse children’s charity. By working together, we can help the charity achieve its aims and to the future growth of the Gatwick Lunch Club that this partnership will bring.”

About the Kingston Smith Gatwick Lunch Club

The club has been running for nine years, with members from businesses based in Crawley, Gatwick and the surrounding area. The lunch takes place on the second Friday of the month at the Gatwick Hilton Hotel and includes a guest speaker. Membership is open to businesses with a turnover above £1 million or with five or more employees. For further information about membership, please contact Meg Milton on 01737 781559 or mmilton@kingstonsmith.co.uk.

About Rockinghorse children’s charity

Rockinghorse is a Brighton-based charity that has been supporting children for over 50 years. It was set up in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann, who recognised there was a real need for additional resources to improve healthcare services for sick children and babies. Rockinghorse aim to improve the lives of sick and disadvantaged babies, children and young people throughout Sussex. Click here to find out more.

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