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Women's Networking Event 2015

To celebrate the future of The Ladies’ College and its role in supporting women, business and island life in general.

Over 60 local business women attended the first Womens’ Networking Event held at the i2 office, Royal Chambers, to celebrate the future of The Ladies’ College and its role in supporting women, business and island life in general. Attendees enjoyed a champagne reception plus presentations from Dame Mary Perkins as our Patron of the Phase 3 development, and Principal, Mrs. Clancy, as well as wonderful performances by Rachel Dawson, Olivia Younger, Lauren Domaille, Louisa Burwood and Lottie Parkes.

The event, organised by members of the ‘A Gift For Learning’ fundraising committee and sponsored by Rothschilds, showed that there is continued support from our Old Girls within Guernsey and the local community. It is hoped to make this a regular event.

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