Big mo­ment for two spe­cial girls

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Opinion -

WHAT a shame that Webbo de­cided to use his col­umn (Novem­ber 27) to point out that he and kmfm were not at the switch-on this year, and to over­look the spe­cial young peo­ple whose big mo­ment this was. The lights were not switched on by “some panto peo­ple”. We were de­lighted Emma Bar­ton, Honey from EastEn­ders and Richard Hurst, her Prince Charm­ing from the Mar­lowe The­atre panto, were able to take time out of their hec­tic sched­ule to drop in ear­lier in the af­ter­noon. The lights were ac­tu­ally switched on by Olympic gold medal-winning cy­clist Jamie Staff along with spe­cial guests Lauren and Elisia, who were jointly nom­i­nated as this year’s AHBS-William Har­vey “child of courage”. Daniel Jones, Ash­ford Hospi­tal Broad­cast­ing Ser­vice.

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