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Kent County Council Chairman's Mid Kent reception

PUBLISHED: 14:38 23 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:56 20 February 2013

Kent County Council Chairman’s Mid Kent reception

Kent County Council Chairman’s Mid Kent reception

As part of a series of regional receptions this year to back Kent businesses, Chairman of Kent County Council John Davies and his wife Christine hosted the Mid Kent reception at The Apprentice Restaurant at Mid Kent College, Maidstone.


As part of a series of regional receptions this year to back Kent businesses, Chairman of Kent County Council

John Davies and his wife Christine hosted the Mid Kent reception at The Apprentice Restaurant at Mid Kent College, Maidstone. The receptions also give KCC cabinet members, county members and senior county officers a chance to meet with local members of the community, business leaders, and key partners from voluntary organisations involved in the life of Kent. John Davies said: These receptions are an opportunity to thank people for the extraordinary effort they put in throughout the year. Christine and I are delighted to welcome representatives from community and voluntary groups, business leaders and head teachers. He also thanked Mid Kent College students for providing such excellent catering and service.


As part of a series of regional receptions this year to back Kent businesses, Chairman of Kent County CouncilJohn Davies and his wife Christine hosted the Mid Kent reception at The Apprentice Restaurant at Mid Kent College, Maidstone. The receptions also give KCC cabinet members, county members and senior county officers a chance to meet with local members of the community, business leaders, and key partners from voluntary organisations involved in the life of Kent. John Davies said: These receptions are an opportunity to thank people for the extraordinary effort they put in throughout the year. Christine and I are delighted to welcome representatives from community and voluntary groups, business leaders and head teachers. He also thanked Mid Kent College students for providing such excellent catering and service.



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