Our big­gest party yet goes with a swing

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Front Page -

THE an­nual kmfm se­nior cit­i­zens’ Christ­mas party gets big­ger and bet­ter each year. This year’s – the third – saw 110 pen­sion­ers en­joy a three-course Christ­mas meal cour­tesy of Ernie and Sue War­ren, who run the Sandy­acres sports and leisure club in Ash­ford. kmfm asked lis­ten­ers to nom­i­nate peo­ple to at­tend. In the first year 65 en­joyed the fun and last year 80 were there and this year’s at­ten­dance set a new record. kmfm break­fast show pre­sen­ter Webbo, who was joined by co-pre­sen­ter Kirstyn Read at the event, said: “We were over­whelmed with nom­i­na­tions. Those who did come ab­so­lutely loved it and so did we!” The event was spon­sored by Swift Se­cu­rity and the com­pany’s owner John How­land was among those help­ing to make sure the party went with a swing. En­ter­tain­ment was pro­vided by the Clover Sis­ters and singers Ricky Fon­tayne, Alan Peach and El­lie Fiore. Val Webb col­lected 30 prizes for the raf­fle.

Pic­tures: Gary Browne PD1656817

Kirstyn and Webbo with Ash­ford’s Clover Sis­ters


Joanne Fraszier with her grandad Alf Ge­orge


Kirstyn with spon­sor John How­land from Swift Se­cu­rity

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