PSG supports Association of Women in Property in the north west

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8 April 2014


Three branches of market leading conveyancing search provider PSG, have joined forces to support the Association of Women in Property at its Annual North West Dinner in May.

PSG offices in Manchester, Oldham and Ashton-Under-Lyne have come together to sponsor the event which is to be held at The Midland Hotel in Manchester on Friday 9th May. Joanne Holt, Director of PSG Ashton said “We are absolutely delighted to be able to support our local branch of WiP, they provide an excellent platform for women working in our industry and it’s a pleasure to work with them as they celebrate the achievements of my fellow local businesswomen”.

WiP Branch Chairman, Lucy Worrall, Partner and Head of Social Housing (Property) at Forbes Solicitors said, “The Annual Dinner is a highlight on our busy events calendar and we look forward to welcoming members and non-members alike, for what promises to be a really enjoyable evening.”

The event will feature Deborah McLaughlin of the Homes and Communities Agency as special guest speaker, and Mr Paul Newman, Director of Communications at The Peel Group as compère for the evening.

The evening will consist of a three course dinner, music by the fantastic New Vintage Band and a charity raffle in aid of Meningitis Now.

Doors open at 7pm but due to popular demand the event is now sold out.

To find out more visit http://www.womeninproperty.org.uk/branches/north-west/events/2014/annual-dinner-2014,-north-west.aspx

To find your local PSG, go to www.psgconnect.co.uk.



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