Note following dates into your agenda: Thursday 12 & 26 October. It's party-time at Boeremet, our afterwork party. Guest DJ Crazy Sir-G is present next Thursday for another unforgetable party. Invite your friends or colleagues for a drink after working hours and make fun at Boeremet together. For those who feel a bit hungry. Don't worry, there is a wide range of foodtrucks at Boeremet. Doors opened from 5 p.m.
After a successful Summer season, our weekly Boeremet afterwork party is changing into another rhythm, as from October this year. We will organize the Boeremet party twice a month. Check here our calendar for the next months: 12 & 26 October, 9 & 23 November, 7 & 21 December and no Boeremet at all in January. In the meanwhile, the party is going on this month, on 14, 21 and 28 September. Let's start right now Thursday with Funky Town Party @ Boeremet.
A mushroom farm is now installed at Abattoir, in the basements of the old listed market hall. The production of 'shiitake' is one of the specilialities of a starter company called 'Le Champignon de Bruxelles'. Mister Sevan Holemans, one of the leadsman of Le Champignon de Bruxelles, took time to guide a team of VRT, the Flemish TV-station in Belgium. Take a look behind the scenes and watch the movie that was broadcast yesterday in prime time at TV-news. Click here !
ORANGE will be present on Thursday 18 May at our weekly afterwork party Boeremet for "All You Need Is Love - Part 2". Join us between 5:00 and 11:00 p.m. and step into the Love Car Karaoke for singing #Allyouneedislove. With a bit luck you can win one year Orange LOVE Abonnement and a SAMSUNG TV. Shéhérazade and TTwinS will ensure quality music and atmosphere during the party. Happy Hour from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Just like FEBEV we are condemning firmly the animal abuse that was recently shown on film at the Tielt abattoir. Abbattoir SA is fully prepared to have cameras installed in their slaughterhouses, for as long as the privacy legislation is not endangered. We do have cameras on our site already, registering the unloading of the animals. The images are carefully monitored by our people. If necessary, we can intervene and ask respect from the transporters. Cameras inside the slaughterhouses should result in complete transparency, while obviously protecting the slaughters’ privacy. You can read the full FEBEV press release here.