Wakefield-based fabricator, Conservatory Outlet Ltd, has celebrated its 7th annual Gala Dinner Weekend with a trip to the historic city of Belfast.
The weekend, which celebrates the achievements of the entire Conservatory Outlet Network, saw members, as well as their wives, husbands and partners, treated to an all expenses paid trip, culminating in an extravaganza at the infamous Crumlin Road Gaol.
In the build-up to the official Gala Dinner, guests were treated to an excursion to the stunning Giant’s Causeway, a location home to the now iconic hexagonal stones that overlook some of Northern Ireland’s most breath-taking scenery.
At the Dinner itself, newest Conservatory Outlet Network members, TWC Home Improvements and Balhousie Glazing, were officially welcomed to the group and were presented with commemorative plaques. Long-standing network member, Hazlemere Group, was presented with an award to mark the company’s 35th year of trading.
Conservatory Outlet Group CEO, Greg Kane, delivered a rousing speech on the evening, thanking the Network for their support over the year and commemorating a number of key achievements from the past 12 months. In particular, the launch of the Extreme Solid Core Door and Flat Roof Extension products were celebrated as major successes for the Network.
Following a series of other award presentations, the night closed with guests left to dance the night away inside one of Belfast’s most history-laden venues.
Conservatory Outlet Managing Director, Michael Giscombe, said the event proved to be another huge success for the Network:
“It’s definitely been the best Gala Weekend to date, some of the feedback we’ve had from our friends and colleagues has been phenomenal. Considering our previous Gala events have seen us visit the likes of Pairs and Budapest, this is high praise indeed.
“Our unique business model means that we can host events like this, without fear of competition between our members. We pride ourselves on working closely with each and every member to help them achieve their goals, that’s the only way we can continue to grow.”