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By Imogen James

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Cheese and wine will be enjoyed at the event.
Cheese and wine will be enjoyed at the event.

The team at Executive Magazine are delighted to host a cheese and wine night which provides a great chance to network across Inverness.

The event is in aid of their charity of the year, Macmillan Cancer Support, and money raised through ticket sales will be donated to the charity.

Held at Cafe Botanics at 5:30pm on May 12, attendees can enjoy cheese from Connage Highland Dairy and wine from Woodwinters Wines and Whiskies Inverness.

The menu has been curated by the businesses to perfectly compliment one another.

There will be other snacks on hand courtesy of Redshank catering.

Darrel Paterson, business development manager at Highland News and Media said: "We are so excited about this Cheese and Wine evening and raising funds for Macmillan Cancer support.

"This has been a team effort and I can’t thank my colleagues for helping pull this event together. We hope to see as many of our clients attend as possible, we have been away from each other for too long so getting together, networking and collaborating with each other is an exciting prospect.

"Although it is a networking event, we want people to relax and enjoy the experience plus learn something from our wonderful suppliers. So less work, more play at this event!"

Neil Swanney at Woodwinters added: “WoodWinters are delighted to be taking part in this fantastic event. Working with other local businesses has always been key to our success here in the Highlands.

"On the night we will be able to show off some of the amazing producers we work with and provide a fun filled evening with some tasty wines and a bit of knowledge too. It is great to be back out doing events like this after the last two years and we are very much looking forward to welcoming the good folks of Inverness.”

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