Thursday, October 31, 2019


Happy to visit Brentwood School today to meet friends old and new at such a great well-organised Business Showcase.  As we all know, the world of business is changing constantly,  and professional gatherings such as today's event brought hundreds of its supporters, partners and visitors bang up to date in what is new in the business world, including finance, graphic design, marketing, education and social media worlds, to mention merely a few.
Two award winning ladies Carmel Jane and Jane Bennett

Many of today's visitors agreed that this well supported event was one of the best they have attended over the past year. Brentwood Borough Council has a continuous and strong track record of supporting not only young start-up entrepreneurs in varying fields, but offering strong links with  well-established professional businesses along the way. Enjoyed meeting members of Brentwood Chamber and Brentwood Business Partnership, again, fun to meet so many familiar faces from old times (bearing in mind I have had literary connections with so many over the last 40 years) and I also worked with firms and schools during that time. 
Jane Bennett and Martyn Stevens
So lovely to bump into the Borough's Mayor Cllr Keith Walker and Council Leader, Cllr Chris Hossack as well as some of the staff I met last week at the super remodelled Town Hall, when I presented them with copies of my latest book starring 50 of Brentwood's notable buildings, ancient and modern. 
Council Leader Cllr Chris Hossack  and Cllr Keith Parker Mayor of Brentwood &  yours truly


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