Businesses get on board with Watson Buckle
26 October, 2017
Members of staff from forward-thinking Bradford Accountancy firm Watson Buckle recently attended this year’s Keighley and Worth Valley Railway (KWVR) Beer and Music Festival.
The event, which ran from 19 to 22 October, featured approximately 150 beers and real ales from across the UK, alongside a diverse selection of fine wines and ciders, live music and entertainment.
Team members from Watson Buckle, including Directors Chris Padgett, Mark Wilcock and Ian Gill, attended the festival on Friday 20 October.
The group boarded a traditional steam train in Keighley and travelled to Oxenhope as part of the festival, which took place across three train stations in and around the region.
Members of the Watson Buckle team were accompanied by a number of clients and business associates from various firms in and around West Yorkshire.
Among those who attended were Paul Fenton and David Marsh from Pantheon Financial Ltd, Dave Cavell from Cavell Electrical Ltd, Steve Tordoff from Tordoff & Wilkinson and Mark Forsyth from NatWest bank in Leeds.
The group was also accompanied by James Bailey and Damien Lee of Core Integrated Solutions Ltd, Michael Tolan of Langcliffe Ltd, Ben Priestley of Haddow Group PLC, Nigel Coates of Leeds Vacuum Formers Ltd, Glyn Charles of YTM Group Ltd and Martin Teal of Keystone Financial Management Ltd.
Speaking after the event, Chris Padgett, Director at Watson Buckle, said: “This year’s KWVR Beer and Music Festival turned out to be a terrific opportunity to mingle with our clients and associates over some of the UK’s finest ales and wines, while hopping between stations in and around Keighley via traditional steam train.
“Everyone had a great time winding down for the weekend and the event will definitely be in our calendars for next year.”