Businesswoman Deb to be guest speaker

DEB Jordan, who helps run a nature reserve and a multi-national cereal business, will be guest speaker at the Wayland Women in Business meeting next week.

DEB Jordan, who helps run a nature reserve and a multi-national cereal business, will be guest speaker at the Wayland Women in Business meeting next week.

The co-owner of Pensthorpe nature reserve, which is currently hosting the BBC Springwatch series, will speak on Wednesday at Broom Hall Saham Toney from 11.45am - 2pm.

Deb Jordan, who with her husband in 2003 bought Pensthorpe, is also involved in running the multinational Jordans cereal business. Wayland Women in Business is a networking group for women who aspire to run their own businesses, who work or have worked in business and who seek to return to work. The group enables women to identify new business opportunities, increase self confidence and self esteem, share ideas and mix with like minded people.

Limited tickets - at �13.50 per ticket which includes a hot lunch, a glass of wine and tea or coffee served with handmade truffles - are available from The Wayland Partnership on 01953 883915, Jane Richards 01953 885554 or sales@janerichards.co.uk; Clare R-owling 01953 488993 or clare@rowlingbuilding.co.uk; Ann Lusher on lusherann@yahoo.co.uk; Clair Rylands on 01953 880146 or kingfishertax@btconnect.com.

Wayland Women in Business last met in March with speaker Jo Sheldon from Sanderson and William Morris captivating the audience for over an hour talking about fabrics, colour and interior design.

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