Date Published: 25-07-2018

To celebrate the inaugural Norfolk Day, Cooper Lomaz Recruitment will be hosting a complimentary Norfolk Day Celebration Breakfast. Kicking off the day in style, the Business event will take place at The Library, Guildhall Hill in central Norwich from 8.00am-10.00am.

Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a morning of networking over a delicious breakfast, tea, coffee and a glass of bubbly all sourced locally from the best Norfolk suppliers. Including Meat sourced from Toombs Butchers, Bread Rolls from TimberHill bakery, Apple juice from Ashill Farm in Thetford and local sparkling wine from Flint Vineyard Winery based in Earsham, Norfolk.

This special occasion will bring 30 local businesses together, with the prospect of making new contacts and catching up with existing ones, while celebrating all that is so fantastic about Norfolk.
It was the pursuit of all things great about the County and people of Norfolk that spawned what was an idea in the boardroom to the breakfast table!

Simon Brown, Managing Director of Cooper Lomaz said, ‘As soon as a read about Norfolk Day in the EDP I have been determined that Cooper Lomaz Recruitment would do something to support this event.  I think the day is a great idea and just what Norfolk needs.  There is so much for us to be proud about in Norfolk, what better way to kick off the day than with a champagne breakfast with businesses from across the county.  We’ve been blown away by the response to our breakfast, I really am looking forward to a great day’. 

Cooper Lomaz Recruitment would also like to extend their thanks to Kettle Foods and Wilkinson’s Tea & Coffee Merchants of Norwich who have kindly supported the event.


Norfolk Day is taking place on Friday 27th July with the initiative launched by the Eastern Daily Press and backed by partnership with BBC Radio Norfolk.
Dozens of events will take place on the day organised by individuals, communities, charities and businesses in the Norfolk region to celebrate and shout about how proud we are of Nelson’s County.