Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Headcorn, Ulcombe and Boughton Malherbe Curry Evening with Helen Whately MP

Members and supporters are warmly invited to attend the popular Curry Evening with Helen Whately MP, organised jointly by Headcorn and Ulcombe & Boughton Malherbe Branches. This will be held on Sunday 25 September 2016 at the Krishna Restaurant, High Street, Headcorn at 6.30pm. 

Last year this event was sold out within two weeks, so early booking recommended. Tickets are just £18.00 per person, to include a wide range of authentic Indian dishes to suit all tastes. 

To reserve your place please send a cheque for £18.00 per person (payable to FMKCA) to 
Cllr Shellina Prendergast, Peckham Farm, Ulcombe Road, Headcorn, Kent TN27 9JX. Alternatively, you may find is faster and easier to book and pay online using the payment button below. 

If you have any questions please contact Shellina on 01622 891665 or by email to shellina@prend.co.uk

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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Leybourne & The Mallings Cottage Pie Supper with Matthew Scott

The Chairman and Officers of Leybourne and The Mallings Branch warmly invite you to their popular annual Cottage Pie Supper. This will be held at Kings Hill Community Centre, Discovery Drive, Kings Hill ME19 4LG on Saturday 12 November 2016 commencing at 7pm. Tickets are just £15.00 per person including a two course meal. 

This year's Guest Speaker will be Kent's Police & Crime Commissioner, Matthew Scott

Matthew will speak of his first few months in charge of Kent Police, the legacy of Ann Barnes' infamous term of office along with the challenges the force faces now and in the years ahead.

To book your tickets for what will undoubtedly be a sell-out event please print and return the booking form below along with your cheque. Alternatively, it would save you the effort of finding your cheque book and buying a stamp if you booked and paid for your tickets online using our secure server. 

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