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Cooper Lomaz Recruitment hosts Norfolk Day breakfast

PUBLISHED: 11:41 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:57 31 July 2018

Simon Brown, managing director of Cooper Lomaz Recruitment, with Norwich North MP Chloe Smith on Norfolk Day. Picture: Cooper Lomaz Recruitment.

Simon Brown, managing director of Cooper Lomaz Recruitment, with Norwich North MP Chloe Smith on Norfolk Day. Picture: Cooper Lomaz Recruitment.

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The county’s business community came together to raise a glass on Norfolk Day at an event organised by recruiters Cooper Lomaz.

More than 50 people gathered to celebrate Norfolk's business community at a Norfolk Day breakfast hosted by Cooper Lomaz Recruitment in The Library Restaurant, Norwich. Picture: Cooper Lomaz RecruitmentMore than 50 people gathered to celebrate Norfolk's business community at a Norfolk Day breakfast hosted by Cooper Lomaz Recruitment in The Library Restaurant, Norwich. Picture: Cooper Lomaz Recruitment

Some 50 people from 35 companies attended the breakfast at the Library Restaurant in Norwich, including Steeles Law, Kettle Foods, Benedicts, Howes Percival and Chloe Smith MP.

They enjoyed a locally-sourced breakfast and a glass of champagne from Flint Vineyard.

Simon Brown, managing director of Cooper Lomaz Recruitment, said: “We had a full turnout, a great mix of people, and some fantastic conversations about everything from shouting louder about Norfolk to the fact that every day would be better if it started with a champagne breakfast.”

Norfolk Day 2019 will take place on Saturday, July 27.


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