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Latest News from The Atkins

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Atkins Art Prize Exhibition on display in Atkins Building

Date Posted: 20 September 2012

Atkins Art Prize is a joint venture between North Warwickshire and Hinckley College and Leicestershire County Council Registration Service where students have the opportunity for their work to be chosen and be displayed in the Ceremony Suites and Registration Offices at Atkins Building.

The exhibition of the submitted work is on display in the large room underneath Cafe Impressions until the end of Sept and a private view on Tuesday 25th Sept from 5pm to 8pm

Popular Atkins Networking returns from Summer Break

Date Posted: 14 September 2012

The popular and sucessful Atkins Networking group is back from its summer break. The first meeting is Thursday 27th Sept at 8am in Cafe Impressions at Atkins Building. For £5 you will receive a bacon sandwich or a pastry, plus a cup of tea or coffee to accompany the one and a half hours of networking with local business owners.

All members of the local business community are welcome to attend. For more information or to register your attendance please contact:

Richard from Brookstone Web and Graphic
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Tel: 0116 326 0626

Peter from Abrahamson Foster Ltd (chartered accountants)
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07790 899 852

Atkins Heritage Tour a Big Success!

Date Posted: 11 September 2012
The guests begin their tour of the Atkins Building

The guests begin their tour of the Atkins Building

Beautiful Weather and a FREE guided tour of three Grade Listed Buildings, what more could you ask for?
Atkins Heritage Tour was a joint venture between Atkins Building, Hinckley & District Museum and the Great Meeting Unitarian Chapel as part of Heritage Open Days 2012 of which over 55 people participated.

“Thoroughly enjoyed my visit. Speaker were really clear, very interesting”

"Well organised and informative. Great for people with a local interest”

This was just some of the positive feedback received about the tour which allowed access and information to the buildings on the tour not always available to the general public.

The exhibition in the Atkins Building Reception which accompanied the Tour is still on display for the rest of September.

For images from the day please see the Atkins Building facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Atkins-Building/154133097944948?ref=hl

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