This is where you’ll find the latest news and what’s going on with, and for, our members and partners in Buckinghamshire.Your local TSE contact is Jeanette Howse. Jeanette has great local knowledge and experience of working with the tourism industry and with business networks generally. She recently scooped two awards at the Wantage Business Breakfast Club as Best Networker 2014 and 2016 and the overall Best Ambassador for the Club 2014.
Our hugely popular networking events provide excellent opportunities for you to meet other local members, share experiences and develop new strategic relationships. You are encouraged to bring any literature that others can take to share with their own guests and visitors. The events are free for members to attend but prior registration is essential due to high demand for places. (Non-members are welcome to attend at a cost of £5 to cover catering.) Members in Buckinghamshire can also attend our networking events held in Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
Networking events for 2019 will be announced in January. To register your interest in these events email Jeanette.
"Thanks for a lovely time at the Rare Breeds Farm today, it was very interesting and helpful but fun too, and what an amazing chef! Beautiful food and very entertaining and all my favourite things (animals, food, chatting) - perfect! Many thanks for organising it all, and a huge thank you to all at the Farm, a very impressive venture, and thanks for having me" Rhiannon, Cavalier Cottage
We are always looking for interesting venues for network events and members welcome the opportunity to showcase their venue. If you would be interested in hosting a networking event, please email Jeanette.
Membership in Buckinghamshire is made up of a strong mix of large hotels such as Grovefield House Hotel and Stoke Park as well as smaller accommodation providers like Rosemary House and a great range of attractions like Bletchley Park; Chiltern Open Air Museum; The Roald Dahl Museum and Odds Farm Park. There are some fantastic literary links to be found too with a visit to The Red Lion in Knotty Green and Old Thatch Gardens at Bourne End both having connections to Enid Blyton.
As a member, and therefore a stakeholder, of TSE your opinion counts. So, whether you have an idea, a problem with which you need help or you want to discuss how we can work together to increase turnover and optimise your membership, please contact:
Find out more about Jeanette.