POWERED BY THE BEST GROWTH HUBTHE NOVO AWARDS’ GALA DINNER – 21 OCTOBER 2021
Tickets for the NOVO Awards Gala Dinner event are now closed! Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and we look forward to seeing you at the Awards.
The awards will be held at the stunning Braxted Park located just outside of Chelmsford.
Whilst the NOVO Awards will celebrate commercial success in the six streams, they also take into account how ethical the innovation’s roadmap was and what legacy it will create.
So, what’s in store for the evening?
Guests are invited to arrive between 19:00 and 19:45.
The celebrations kick off with a cocktail reception, during which time charity raffle tickets will be on sale. A three-course dinner follows, and the NOVO Awards will be distributed during the course of the evening, followed up with some light entertainment. The dress code for the evening, is business formal / black tie.
Carriages will be approx. 11.30pm
All NOVO Awards’ winners will receive one complimentary ticket for the NOVO Awards’ gala dinner, which takes place on 21stOctober 2021 at Braxted Park, Essex.
Additional tickets may be purchased for £75 + VAT pp or 4 tickets for £225 + VAT.
Please note full tables include eight to ten people. Please make use of our bulk discount ticket offers.
Bookings under eight and ten people, will enjoy an opportunity to network and share tables.
Gressingham duck and chicken terrine,
pea salad, ale chutney
Chestnut mushroom soup
with sautéed shallots, garlic and truffle toast (v)
Parmesan and tarragon stuffed chicken,
fondant potato, pancetta cream
Spinach, brie and red onion wellington,
charlotte potato (v)
Brownie with Chocolate Puree & Salted Carmel Ice Cream
Braxted Park itself is a hotbed for innovation – the Plessey company set up their R&D centre there. The Plessey Company plc was a British-based international electronics, defence and telecommunications company. It originated in 1917, growing and diversifying into electronics.
For those of you that have not yet visited Braxted Park – here are some highlights:
- – It comprises a 2,000-acre park with a Queen Anne design manor house
- – It was mentioned in the Domesday Book
- – It was a deer park and is now home to a pheasant shoot
- – A previous owner was a Director of the Bank of England and the East India Company
- – It is currently owned by the Clark family
- – It has a 9-hole golf course
- – It is home to a leading Cookery School