HRH Duke of Kent visits Hadlow College - Latest social event from Kent Life

PUBLISHED: 11:10 23 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:35 20 February 2013

Nick Coffin, Dr Gary Holden, Lisa Ayling and Lesley Mason

Nick Coffin, Dr Gary Holden, Lisa Ayling and Lesley Mason

HRH The Duke of Kent visited Hadlow College to officially open the college's state-of-the-art Animal Management Unit...


HRH The Duke of Kent visited Hadlow College to officially open the colleges state-of-the-art Animal Management Unit. Greeted by the Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Kent, Viscount

De LIsle MBE DL, His Royal Highness was presented to

a number of dignitaries, including Georgie Warner, High Sheriff of Kent, and Chief Supt John Molloy. He also met senior members of college staff Paul Hannan, Principal, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, Director of Finance and Resources, Lynda Brown,Vice-Principal, Harvey Guntrip, Chair of Governors and Nick Coffin, Vice Chair of Governors. Before unveiling the commemorative plaque, His Royal Highness was escorted around the unit to meet lecturers and students in the Faculty of Animal Management, including dog grooming, aquatics, veterinary nursing and the reptile area.


HRH The Duke of Kent visited Hadlow College to officially open the colleges state-of-the-art Animal Management Unit.

Greeted by the Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Kent, ViscountDe LIsle MBE DL, His Royal Highness was presented toa number of dignitaries, including Georgie Warner, High Sheriff of Kent, and Chief Supt John Molloy.

He also met senior members of college staff Paul Hannan, Principal, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, Director of Finance and Resources, Lynda Brown,Vice-Principal, Harvey Guntrip, Chair of Governors and Nick Coffin, Vice Chair of Governors.

Before unveiling the commemorative plaque, His Royal Highness was escorted around the unit to meet lecturers and students in the Faculty of Animal Management, including dog grooming, aquatics, veterinary nursing and the reptile area.

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