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23 Dec 2014

Fascia Graphics Christmas Party

Fascia Graphics Christmas Party

Saturday 20th December saw Fascia Graphics® celebrate the festive season at Marco Pierre White’s restaurant The Rudloe Arms in Corsham.

The restaurant, situated with stunning views across the Box Valley towards Bath, put on a delicious three course meal, thoroughly enjoyed by all the Fascia team.

After the meal finished, the celebrating really began, with a themed night of ‘The Great Gatsby’ and an open bar. At the beginning of the night everyone was given $100 in monopoly money to enjoy a mini casino, with roulette, poker and black jack.

There was also a pool room and sofas available to those who just wanted to kick back and relax, and a disco for all the party animals. No one was left out, no matter what mood you were in, whether to relax, party or do a little gambling, there was something for everyone.

With transportation to and from the event supplied by Fascia Graphics®, all the team was free to let loose and celebrate the holiday season. 

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