April 24, 2019
2:30 PM - Lyndhurst
Join us at grade-II listed country house, Minstead Lodge in the beautiful surroundings of the New Forest, to hear how Minstead Trust approaches its marketing. We’ll hear about the life-changing work of the Trust and from one of the Trust’s current adult learners.
just over four years. She manages a small team responsible for all
aspects of business development, from strategic developments for
Minstead Trust, promoting its social enterprises, marketing Minstead
Lodge as a conference and events venue, and fundraising. Prior to
joining Minstead Trust, Dawn was a Management Consultant specialising in
working with not-for-profits to help them improve their business
planning and impact reporting.
The Minstead Trust is a Hampshire charity that supports adults with learning disabilities with training, residential care and supported living. Its focus is on providing work skills, life skills and better health and wellbeing for people with learning disabilities. The Trust’s unique style delivers highly effective services based on a strong community spirit which values each individual.
CPD category: Insights
Duration: 1 hour
For those who would like to see how the Trust works, there will be a tour of Minstead’s amazing facilities before the event. If you would like to participate in the tour, please arrive promptly at 14.30. If you are just joining us for the event itself, registration and networking is from 15:00, with tea and cake served from 15:15. The event will start at 15:30 and finishes at 16:45.
If you are non-EU resident, please call the Regional Events team to make your booking.
Speakers: Claire Sutton
- Member: £8.5
- Studying member: £8
- Student: £8
- Non-member: £10
The prices shown include VAT with homemade cake and Tea/coffee refreshments. If you have any special dietary/accessibility requirements please contact the Regional Events team.
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