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Principal's lunch at Hadlow College

PUBLISHED: 09:11 28 July 2016 | UPDATED: 10:33 09 August 2016

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Social: Paul Hannan, Principal and CEO of the Hadlow Group, held his annual Principal's Luncheon in the college's Broadview Tearoom

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Paul Hannan, Principal and CEO of the Hadlow Group, held his annual Principal’s Luncheon in the college’s Broadview Tearoom, where guests included representatives from business, education, the community, the media and other partners. The luncheon was followed by the presentation of certificates and awards to Further Education students. Held in a marquee on the Principal’s Lawn, the event was attended by more than 1,000 students, their families and friends, sponsors and VIPS. Addresses were given by Paul Hannan and Theresa Bruton (Chair of Governors, the Hadlow Group). Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and Malling, was guest speaker and Mark Lumsdon-Taylor was Master of Ceremonies.

Pictures by: Dave Cosens

Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and MallingTom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and Malling

James Forknall and Charles TassellJames Forknall and Charles Tassell

Ben Thomas, Ben Rodgers and Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and MallingBen Thomas, Ben Rodgers and Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge and Malling

Mark Rhodes and Jane SalzerMark Rhodes and Jane Salzer

Mark Lumsdon-Taylor and Amanda Cottrell, OBEMark Lumsdon-Taylor and Amanda Cottrell, OBE

Paul Hannan, Barbara Sturgeon, Will Sibley and Nigel WheelerPaul Hannan, Barbara Sturgeon, Will Sibley and Nigel Wheeler

Emma Liddiard, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, Pat Crawford and Paul DubrowEmma Liddiard, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor, Pat Crawford and Paul Dubrow

Glynn Charlton, Theresa Bruton, George Jessell, Barbara Sturgeon and Douglas HornerGlynn Charlton, Theresa Bruton, George Jessell, Barbara Sturgeon and Douglas Horner

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