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George Freeman MP to speak at Wymondham Business Network meeting

PUBLISHED: 07:00 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 07:54 09 November 2017

MP George Freeman. Picture: Matthew Usher.

MP George Freeman. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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A newly-formed networking group is welcoming George Freeman to its breakfast meeting this month.

Mid Norfolk MP Mr Freeman will speak on business matters and take questions from members of the Wymondham Business Network during the meeting at Ayton House in the town on Friday, November 17.

It will be the fifth meeting of the not-for-profit network, which is aimed at people involved in businesses in Wymondham and the surrounding area and has increased its membership significantly since its first meeting in July.

The event at Ayton House, on Ayton Road, will begin at 7.30am and conclude by 9am, and includes a cooked breakfast. Booking is essential.

Tickets are available at https://billetto.co.uk

Visit the Wymondham Business Network’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/wymondhambusinessnetwork for more information about future events.

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