Chiswick Business Park Zips up event series

Summer Season of activities at the office complex draws to a close


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Over 300 people turned up at Chiswick Business Park last Friday (26th September) to take part in the final event of the Chiswick Business Park Enjoy-Summer event series. Guests were given the opportunity to take a leap of faith down a specially constructed aerial runway in the events square.

The event was the finale of the series, which has featured a range of different events every Friday from June until September. While the events have introduced an element of fun into Friday lunchtimes, they have also had a more serious role in encouraging workers to try new activities and gain new skills such as team-building and motivation that can be beneficial in the workplace.

Companies based on the park have gained real value from these events, which have allowed them to mix with other employees. These events are an integral part of the Chiswick Business Park lifestyle and contribute to creating a true sense of community across the park and among neighbouring residents and businesses.

On Friday guests were also given the chance to try the computerised, rotating climbing wall and for those not quite so active, there was a performance by Andate, urban street performers.

With the series now having reached its end the next park activity will be the Learn to programme. This is a series of evening courses covering subjects from languages to astronomy to sailing that will be offered to guests on the park. These will give guests an opportunity to develop their personal skills and new hobbies, meet other guests on the park and save time and hassle for employees based on the park. The ‘Learn to..’ programme starts on 13th October and will run in two six week terms.

September 29, 2003