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Our End of Year 2022

July marked our end of year at Stroud Resourcing. Following on from a difficult few years for everyone in the industry, it’s been great to see things begin to pick up. For Stroud, the last year has seen us add three new team members, overhaul our website, and streamline our internal processes. Our entire team have worked relentlessly to make this year a success, and after a fantastic 12 months, we headed to Leeds to celebrate in style.

We started the day at our York offices for our end-of-year conference. We’ve taken on three new team members since this time last year, gained accreditation with the Good Business Charter, developed partnerships with new and pioneering software and training providers, and launched a well-paid, no age-limit, apprenticeship scheme that enables our people to gain a Recruitment Resourcer qualification. Dedicated to a learning culture, we also launched our commitment to supporting experienced colleagues with their CIPD studies.

After a quick stop for brunch, we started the afternoon in Leeds with fun and games at Roxy Lanes, where Jess bowled over all her competition on the tenpin lanes. We spent the afternoon playing shuffleboard, air hockey and more, followed by cocktails in the Hilton’s SkyLounge, with fantastic views over the city.

Then, it was a quick change at the hotel and off to dinner at the award-winning Tattu Leeds, whose unique Chinese fusion menu was a phenomenal experience. From melt-in-the-mouth Wagyu beef and spicy dumplings, to black cod, the restaurant had something for everyone, as well as a great atmosphere and incredibly caring staff that made for a really special dining experience.

The main events of the evening, however, were “Fastlove” & “Radio Gaga” – an incredible pair of tribute acts to George Michael and Freddie Mercury, respectively. After an evening of dancing and singing ourselves hoarse to all our Wham and Queen favourites, we even managed to get a picture with a rather convincing “George”.

From there, we headed out into the Leeds night for more festivities. It’s probably for the best there are no pictures of that part.