Welcome to Lakeland Businesswomen’s Network
LBN is a networking group run by and for businesswomen in the South Lakeland area. We hold regular meetings on the third Thursday of every month – sometimes in collaboration with other likeminded organisations – on a variety of themes and are often able to secure interesting speakers to inspire and inform.
Membership of LBN is just £40 per year to include a dedicated member profile page on the LBN website, free entry to our monthly events plus networking and skills development workshops.
If you’d like to get a better feel for what we do, why not come along to a couple of events before committing to membership? The charge is £5 per session including refreshments.
To join us, simply choose the Join LBN tab, download the forms, complete and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit a photo for inclusion with your web profile. You can pay the whole £40 by bank transfer or set up a standing order for £10 payable quarterly on 15 July, 15 October, 15 January and 15 April. LBN banks at HSBC Kendal – Sort Code 40-26-02, Acc. Number 61453726. As soon as you start paying your subscription, your meetings will be free.
Please get in touch if you need any more information.
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Date: Thursday 12 December
Venue: Strickland Arms, Sizergh
Theme: Singing Together
We’re taking a slightly different tack with this year’s Christmas event. Clare Elleray Mee is an experienced singing coach and long-standing member of the Natural Voice Network who focuses on singing for general well-being – physical, mental, emotional and social – at the Quaker Meeting House in Kendal on Monday evenings. She’s kindly agreed to join us for our December meeting (please note a week earlier than usual to avoid Christmas commitments) to help us find our voices! More details to follow, but we’re looking forward to an evening of great fun and seasonal conviviality. For more information about Clare’s classes, contact her on 01539 729 475 or by email.
The event is FREE to LBN members; guests are welcome to attend for a £5 entry fee, to include tea/coffee and biscuits.