Tuesday, 6 September 2016

An Audience with Lord Baker of Dorking

West Kent Conservatives are honoured that one of the great reforming politicians of recent history, the Rt Hon The Lord Baker of Dorking CH (Kenneth Baker) has accepted our invitation to speak about his remarkable life and achievements.

Kenneth Baker was a significant figure in politics in the late 20th century, holding governmental office for over three decades and serving three Conservative Prime Ministers; Ted Heath, Margaret Thatcher and John Major. During that time he was Minister for Information Technology, Secretary of State for the Environment, Chairman of the Conservative Party and Home Secretary. 

Upon retiring from Parliament at the 1997 General Election he was elevated to the House of Lords as Baron Baker of Dorking. In 2011 he formed a charity called the Baker Dearing Educational Trust to develop and promote the concept of university technical colleges.

Lord Baker will be guest of honour at the next in our series of An Audience with....  to be held on Thursday 24 November 2016 at Hadlow Manor Hotel, Goose Green, Hadlow TN11 0JH. The show will commence promptly at 7pm, when Lord Baker will be interviewed on stage by Tom Tugendhat MBE MP. There will be ample opportunity for members of the audience to ask questions.

Tickets for An Audience with Lord Baker are just £12.00 per person for the show only, or £30.00 per person if you would like to stay for the "after-show wine and canape reception" when guests will have the opportunity to meet Lord Baker and Tom Tugendhat personally. Tickets for the reception are limited to just 40 guests. 

The fastest and simplest way to book tickets is via the payment button below using a credit/debit card or PayPal (50p booking fee applies).  Alternatively, please send a cheque (payable to West Kent Conservatives) for either £12.00pp or £30.00pp to Campaign HQ, Suite 3, Business Centre, Commercial Road, Paddock Wood TN12 6EN. Please write "Lord Baker event" along with your name and address on the reverse of the cheque.

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