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At Blue Peak we pride ourselves on our involvement in the community. We host regular charity events and free seminars to help engage with and inform our community.

We are always looking to grow our events and would love to see some new faces. They're a great way to interact with various people within the community as well as having a laugh! 

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Blue Peak provides regular free workshops to help inform the community on various financial and business topics. The seminars have covered topics such as Pricing, Share Plans and How to Start a Business. 

Please take a look at some of the upcoming events below and see if any appeal to you. All you have to do is click the image of the event and complete a sign up form!



We have a great relationship with our community and love to help wherever we can. We sponsor local events such as the Henley Beer Festival and we aim to work with a new charity each year.

Members of the Blue Peak team decided on the Thames Path Challenge. Our charity for this year has been Thrive - which use gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. 

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We strongly believe in balance and understand the importance of doing some events just for fun. We host social events within the community where we have drinks and have even had special guests come and do talks.

Our most recent speaker was Nick Hollis, who shared his experience of climbing Everest as well as his latest exciting 721 Challenge; 7 Summits, 2 Poles and 1 Ocean.


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”What a wonderful team of people to work with. Blue Peak ran quite a lot of free workshops which provided useful insights and tips on how to plan, set up and run a business. No jargon, clear and concise information.

Now they are part of my team, providing real support and advice so I can concentrate on getting my business fully launched.”


Free Workshops, great advice and now my accountant Tom Baines

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