The founders of the new Fish Tank development on Aycliffe Business Park will be special guests at the first business meeting of 2020.
Companies will gather for Aycliffe Business Park’s first news and networking meeting next week.
The ABPC event will be held at Hitachi Rail’s factory on the business park from 8.15am on Friday, January 17.
As part of a new-look format, there’ll be an interview with Paul and Penny Gordon – who are behind the Fish Tank development, which is the first purpose-built, early years swimming and activity centre in the North-East, based on the business park.
Andy Palmer, head of transformation at Durham County Council, will also provide an update on the Forrest Park development during the meeting.
Breakfast refreshments will be available from 8.15am and there’ll be opportunities to network.
The event is free to all companies based on Aycliffe Business Park, while firms from within the County Durham area can also attend for the small charge of £10.
For full details and to register click here.