The club, set up by Gary Pitt, Fozia Hill and Nicola Pitt, has attracted a diverse and interesting mix of local professionals who use Missenden Abbey as a co-working space and benefit from regular networking events including club breakfasts and social drinks evenings.
Members are mainly self-employed or freelance and value the flexible and cost-effective opportunity to co-work within the beautiful surroundings of Missenden Abbey in Great Missenden. Freshly prepared food is on offer to fuel creativity and private meeting rooms are available to book at preferential rates.
100Bucks members are also looking forward to working closely with the onsite Missenden Walled Garden Charity. The Walled Garden offers day support for people with disabilities and mental health issues, in the grounds of Missenden Abbey. At the recent Corporate Day at Missenden Abbey, 100Bucks founder Gary Pitt ran a ‘creative generosity’ session for attendees, offering the chance to come up with suggestions and ideas that could further help the great work being done by the Charity. The gardeners are now maintaining the gardens and grounds at the Abbey and have been selling seasoned firewood alongside the hanging baskets and plants on offer from the Garden.
For more information about the Missenden Walled Garden Charity and the work they do, search https://www.facebook.com/ MissendenwalledGarden or contact them at email@example.com or 01494 864439.