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Christmas at The Heath

Runcorn and Widnes residents invited to Christmas celebrations at The Heath Business and Technical Park

Runcorn: November 29, 2016: The Heath in Runcorn is getting into the festive spirit by staging a Christmas Market at the business and technical park on Thursday, December 8, which local residents are invited to attend along with the numerous businesses located on the Park.
Visitors to The Heath’s Christmas Market will be able to purchase produce and gifts from a number of stalls including a range of festive foods, decorations, candles, cakes and personalised gifts such as jewellery and fragrances. The Christmas Market is being held in the Business Lounge adjacent to the Foodini Restaurant from 10am to 2.30pm.

Lesley Lunt, Sales and Marketing Manager at The Heath, says: “This is an occasion when we can showcase our wonderful community facilities to local residents and we hope that lots of people will take up the opportunity to come along and join in the festivities at our popular Christmas Market. They’ll be lots going on and great ideas for Christmas gifts.”

There will also be a Christmas Bingo session on Wednesday, December 14th which is being set up for the people that attend The Heath’s regular Tea Dances staged by the Older But Wiser group and is also open for local residents to join in. The Bingo session will run from 12.30pm to 3pm in The Heath’s Events Hall with eyes down at 1pm.

There will be cash prizes, a Christmas meat hamper worth £50, other hampers, bottles of wines and spirits and much more. There will also be free coffee, tea, mulled wine and minced pies and the Foodini Restaurant will also be open for those wishing to lunch.

For further information about both of these events you can email: or telephone the conferencing team on 01928 513365.

About The Heath
The Heath, which was established as a business park in 2000, has attracted over 175 British and international companies, ranging from bio science firms to IT specialists, from food industry consultants to website designers, and from government agencies to telemarketing specialists. Residents have been attracted by the 60-acre business park's vast range of impressive facilities and its flexibility in space management and in attitude. The Heath offers a wide range of office and laboratory space, together with a purpose-built conference centre that includes a 120-seat lecture theatre. Residents can also choose from a wide selection of additional services, including telephone and broadband connectivity, laboratory support services, scientific glass-blowing and precision engineering facilities, to name but a few. Residents also have access to The Heath's fitness centre and gym. Combined with 1,700 parking spaces, its first-class transport links - and the ability for residents to select and pay for just the services they require - it's no surprise that the number of companies on The Heath is continuing to grow rapidly.

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2nd December 2016