A NEW business club focused on connecting companies across Wirral has been launched in partnership with Neston Cricket Club.

Founding member and local law firm Aaron & Partners, is helping to establish Neston CC’s Business Club which will host quarterly, member-only sessions aimed at helping local business people network and foster new relationships.

The new relationship will also mean fresh support for the junior Neston All Sports Stars programme in addition to Aaron & Partners’ branding being positioned around the ground.

Paul Caslin, a Senior Associate Solicitor at Aaron & Partners in the Wills, Trusts and Tax team, said: “As someone who lives local to this area, I’m very excited to announce we’ll be heading up Neston CC’s brand-new Business Club. It’s a superb organisation at the heart of this community and the perfect location to help connect like-minded people from many different companies. 

“This announcement also means we are further strengthening our ties to the borough – adding to our strategic partnership with the Wirral Chamber of Commerce and our sponsorship of Caldy Rugby Club’s Business Club. We believe this will create new opportunities for us and other companies around the area and we’re looking forward to getting started.”

The new partnership was marked at a special Cheltenham Gold Cup event on March 15, hosted at The Neston Club, home of Neston CC, which welcomed more than 120 people. Guests enjoyed watching live horse racing and were also treated to food and drinks throughout the day.

Aaron & Partners, which has offices at Egerton House in Birkenhead already has links with Caldy Rugby Club and Wirral Chamber of Commerce as it continues to build on its commitment to the area.

Dave Collyer, Chair of Neston CC, added: “We’re delighted to play host to the North West’s newest business club.

“The Cheltenham Cup event was a huge success with lots of great people in attendance so that’s a strong platform to build on.

“We look forward to seeing what exciting business collaborations come from it.”