It’s the middle of October (we know, how did that happen? Wasn’t it the middle of summer about a week ago?) That can mean only one thing: it’s time to plan the CEJ Christmas Party.
Last year’s effort was a particularly memorable one, taking in cocktail making, getting very cold in an ice bar, singing karaoke in a ski hut, eating pukka tucker at Jamie Oliver’s and even indulging in some light gambling.
This year, with our numbers swollen by the addition of New Boy Pete – which is how he will be known until another new arrival rocks up at Albert House – we are looking for suggestions for our annual festive bash.
Despite being based in West Kirby, the beating heart of Wirral’s social quarter, we’re happy to branch out into Liverpool, Chester or even other parts of the peninsula itself.
Where are the best places to eat? Best bars to visit? Best venues for after-hours dancing? (There will be ladies present, remember, so keep it clean!)
Let us know and we’ll keep you updated with our final selections. Cheers!
While we’re on the subject of Christmas parties, don’t forget that you can take up to £150 per employee and director from your Limited Company to pay for an annual event like a Christmas party with no tax implication – effectively meaning you and your partner can go out and spend £300 on a slap-up meal and claim it as a company expense, which will mean you will only pay 80% of the overall cost. Result!