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Hadlow College Launches Strategic Plan - Social Event

PUBLISHED: 00:16 22 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:19 20 February 2013

Nigel Wheeler and Paul Hannan

Nigel Wheeler and Paul Hannan

The launch of Hadlow College's Strategic Plan 2010-2015 took place at the land-based college's new Animal Management Unit...

The launch of Hadlow Colleges Strategic Plan 2010-2015 took place at the land-based colleges new Animal Management Unit (winner of a Tonbridge Civic Society award).

The welcoming address was given by Harvey Guntrip, Chair of Governors and Barbara Sturgeon was presenter for the evening. The plan was launched by Paul Hannan, Principal, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, Director Finance and Resources and Lynda Brown, Vice Principal. At the close of the evening Barbara was presented with a bouquet by Kenny Raybold, President of the Student Union.

The new strategic plan came hot on the recent Ofsted results which graded Hadlow College, just outside Tonbridge, Outstanding and placed it firmly among the top elite in the entire sector.

Images: Manu Palomeque

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