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Chairman's west Kent reception

PUBLISHED: 11:11 22 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:32 20 February 2013

Tom Phillips, Gerald and Carol Parsons with Melvyn Howell

Tom Phillips, Gerald and Carol Parsons with Melvyn Howell

The Chairman of Kent County Council, Peter Lake, and his wife Nella, hosted a reception at Penshurst Place to thank people from the local community


The event provided an opportunity for KCC cabinet members, county members and senior county officers to meet with local members of the community, business leaders, and key partners from voluntary organisations involved in the life of west Kent.
Held in the Baron's Hall at Penshurst Place, home of Lord and Lady De L'Isle, the historic building was the perfect setting for a highly enjoyable evening and is the first of three such events to be held across the county.

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