Kent County Council Chairman's West Kent reception: Kent Scene

PUBLISHED: 09:05 02 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:38 20 February 2013

Peter Lake, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor and Tony Searles

Peter Lake, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor and Tony Searles

The Chairman of Kent County Council, John Davies, and his wife Christine, are hosting a series of regional receptions to back Kent businesses through the current economic downturn.

The Chairman of Kent County Council, John Davies, and his wife Christine, are hosting a series of regional receptions to back Kent businesses through the current economic downturn. The first gathering, for West Kent, took place in the Animal Management Centre at Hadlow College. John Davies told his audience: In my year as Chairman, I have pledged my support to Kent businesses who are the drivers for the Kent economy which in turn helps to provide the excellent frontline services that the people of Kent expect. The Backing Kent Business campaign is all about standing up for business and working with them. We will continue working together to see it through to better days.

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