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Click Creative’s Sarah Bartholomew a KWIB Award finalist

Click Creative’s Sarah Bartholomew

shortlisted for

Kent Women in Business Award

for her

Contribution to the Community


We’re not one for blowing our own trumpets, but we wanted to share some good news with you. Our director and founder, Sarah Bartholomew, has been short-listed for a Kent Women In Business Award 2014 for her contribution to the community.

Those of you who know Sarah, will know her as a tireless, imaginative graphic designer, a meticulous project manager and the cement that holds Click Creative together.  You may not be so aware of the work that she does in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector.

Sarah has helped set up and maintain our three not-for-profit community websites to showcase and promote our fantastic town of Tunbridge Wells:

  • The Tunbridge Wells Project - a growing photographic archive offering behind-the-scenes glimpses of the town’s iconic buildings
  • Love Tunbridge Wells – promoting the facilities and events in the town to residents and tourists
  • Tunbridge Wheels – offering unique wheelchair-user reviews of facilities in the town to help people with restricted mobility

Sarah is further showcasing the talent of Tunbridge Wells by promoting the work of the town’s artists and craftspeople in her new shop, Love Tunbridge Wells.

Plus she has set up the successful not-for-profit Click Networking, to help companies in and around Tunbridge Wells make the connections they need to develop their businesses.  Click Networking is run in conjunction with Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School, offering guests a unique networking recipe with food as the ice breaker.

As if that weren’t enough, she gives up her free time to help run events for Kent charity chYps, which offers hospice care at home for seriously ill children and young people. 

We are delighted that Sarah’s contribution has been recognised by being shortlisted for this fabulous award.  We are looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the awards ceremony on 27 March. 

  • http://www.sterlingwords.co.uk Siobhan Stirling

    Great news, Sarah – well done!

  • Alison dry

    Way to go Sarah. You should be very proud – as I am for knowing you.

  • Catherine

    So well deserved. An inspiration. I have all my fingers, toes and anything else possible crossed for you. xx