Park all set for a busy schedule of activities

Laura Barber, Quorum's events and sustainability manager, with Laurence Bonner, Sustran's workplace officer, at the launch of Quorum Business Park's Bike Hub.
Laura Barber, Quorum's events and sustainability manager, with Laurence Bonner, Sustran's workplace officer, at the launch of Quorum Business Park's Bike Hub.
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A host of events are taking place at a business park to keep staff entertained and busy.

Quorum Business Park, in Longbenton, has a busy calender of events for 2015 including pop-up restaurants, birthday celebrations and cycling incentives.

The ‘Better by Bike’ campaign continues in 2015 with riders being inspired by the ‘I love my bike’ campaign kicking off at the Bike Hub just before Valentine’s Day.

To mark the Chinese New Year on February 19, a Pan Asian feast will be on offer at lunchtime from Electric East.

Laura Barber, events and sustainability manager at Quorum Business Park, said: “Our calendar of events at the park keeps growing each year.

“They provide great opportunities for staff to network.

“It’s great to have so many partners involved in activities this early on in the year, we are looking forward to working with them – new and old.”

“We hope the staff make the most of what’s on offer and take a break from their desks to enjoy some of the yummy world food.”

Elsewhere during the year, Quorum’s discount card – the Q Card – will be celebrating its fourth birthday this year with a week-long treasure hunt between March 22 and 27, where staff will hunt out treasure which has been donated by Q Card partners.

April will see the launch of the park’s first ever Triathlon Team ‘Tri Quorum’ in time for the 2015 racing season. Members will get a discounted race membership along with the opportunity to take part in organised open water swims and bike training sessions.

To put everyone in the mood for summer, Quorum is bringing the Mexican festival ‘Cinco de Mayo’ to staff. Lunch time diners can enjoy Zapatisitas Burrito Bar’s Mexican delights served outside building Q12, whilst listening to the tunes of a visiting Mariachi band.