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Posted on: May 23rd 2019
Section: Member news

Exeter City Football Club are hosting a series of B2B networking seminars in conjunction with their charity partner, CITY Community Trust.


The first event will take place on Thursday 27th  June  between 2pm  and 4pm.


There will be plenty of time for networking, plus a highly informative health and wellbeing seminar. This event will feature Tom Chapman, founder of The Lions Barber Collective with Peter Aitken.



The Lions Barber Collective  is an international collection of top barbers which have come together to help raise awareness for the prevention of suicide.  Tom has spoken at many events, including TEDxExeter and recently met the Duke of Cambridge to talk about their work and the impact they are having.


Suicide is THE biggest killer in young people, over 1,600 people take their lives every year, in the UK somebody takes their life every 120 minutes. Three quarters of these shocking statistics are men. Barbers are in a unique position to help their clients, through the trust and bond they build with them. An incredibly strong relationship where clients become friends and can share aspect of their lives, then walk out the shop and leave it behind knowing it goes no further because of client confidentiality and the fact their barbers are often not in their social circle.


Event sponsors, Cartridges Law  will also be on hand to talk you through any legal and HR issues around mental health in the workplace.


Spaces are limited, so book now to guarantee your space.


Cost £15 per person to include tea/coffee and cake



Members can book directly via the website:

Or can email

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