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A Lucid Group social

The newly formed Lucid Social Committee is launching its first event for the year: Today, on Thursday 24 February Lucid will be hosting its inaugural board games night in both the Macclesfield and London offices! Drinks, snacks, and of course the games themselves will all be provided, and everyone is encouraged to bring along any games they think could be enjoyed by the group.

This is the first of many in-person social events Lucid will be hosting via its new Social committee to support the collaborative culture and inject some fun back into being together as a team. Emma Watts, Scientific Services Director and Social Committee member commented, “As we carefully encourage our teams back to the office as part of hybrid working, we are all loving the opportunity to connect with colleagues and friends both new and old, brainstorming in person on projects to make magic happen for our clients and just as importantly, having a bit of social fun again! I dare say, it may get a bit competitive!”

A huge thanks to all the other social committee representatives who have been working hard to put together a fantastic calendar of events: Matt Bradbury, Sophie Grosz- Dequenne, Leah Michie, Jack Fox-Male, Joely Dicks and Katie Colson for London, and Amie Peltzer, Jen Parker and Kate Porter for Macclesfield.

More news and events to follow… watch this space!

If you’re looking for a great place to work, where everyone has a shared passion to transform the lives of those it touches, including patients, clients, our teams and our community, then please get in touch.

You can check out our open roles here

Or contact one of our talent acquisition managers for a chat:
Elaine Downey
Daniel Newbury
Jon Turner
Ellen Field Assoc CIPD

24th February 2022



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