100 Bucks Members Club celebrates its First Birthday

South Bucks based members club ‘100 Bucks’ will be celebrating its first anniversary in April. The club, set up by Gary Pitt, Fozia Hill and Nicola Pitt, has attracted a diverse and interesting mix of local professionals who use Missenden Abbey as a co-working space and benefit from regular networking events including club breakfasts and social drinks evenings.

Members are mainly self-employed or freelance and value the flexible and cost-effective opportunity to co-work within the beautiful surroundings of Missenden Abbey in Great Missenden. They and their guests have access to the club from 7am to 11pm Monday to Friday. Freshly prepared food is on offer to fuel creativity and private meeting rooms are available to book at preferential rates.

This is just the start according to Gary Pitt…

“We have progressively grown our membership over the first year. It’s clear that local freelancers, consultants and business owners enjoy the opportunity to co-work and hold meetings at the Abbey. We have already seen some of our members collaborating on projects, which was the dream when we set this up. 100 Bucks will continue to provide a contemporary working arrangement to benefit our members and introduce them to new opportunities”

A flexible membership package costs £100 and this gives access to the club and all its activities for a 4 month period. An additional daily £5pp is charged for unlimited refreshments when visiting the club.