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Friends and families join in Webhelp fun day

Webhelp hosted a family fun day at its Kilmarnock site for team members, their friends and family. 

The event included a hog roast, face painting, home baking and locally made arts and crafts. There was also a bouncy castle, an inflatable adventure run and the opportunity to have photographs taken with some feathered friends thanks to representatives from local entertainment company, Owl Magic.

The day was organised by the customer experience firm’s Eventfull Committee who organise and facilitate employee and community engagement events. The Kilmarnock Eventfull Committee is made up of ten Webhelp professionals who organise a variety of initiatives and activities for team members throughout the year.

Cherie Templeton, an Eventfull Committee member and Team Leader at Webhelp UK, helped organise the day. Cherie said:

“The Eventfull Committee had a lot of fun organising the day and we were so pleased it was a success. We had great feedback from everyone who came along and all those who contributed. 

“None of this would be possible without enthusiastic team members and support from senior management and we are very grateful to have both behind us with this initiative.”

Commenting on the day, Jacqueline Cowan, Head of Service at Webhelp said:

“The Eventfull Day at the Kilmarnock site not only showcased the talent we have here at Webhelp but the spirit among our staff and the relationship we have with the Kilmarnock community. 

“We look forward to furthering our engagement with Kilmarnock and continuing to provide a friendly and enjoyable place to work.”


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