Chapter Hall; Image courtesy of The Museum of the Order of St John

Chapter Hall; Image courtesy of The Museum of the Order of St John

On Thursday 2 November 2017, PCR officially welcomed our new partner Stratford Hamilton to the business with a drinks and canapé reception at The Museum of the Order of St John.

We were joined by business owners, local traders, accountants and lawyers – some who had travelled far to be with us on a pleasant evening of networking at a fantastic venue. Guests also wandered the museum which tells the story of the Venerable Order of St John from its roots as a pan-European Order of Hospitality Knights founded in Jerusalem during the crusades, right to its present commitment to providing first aid and care in the community through the St John Ambulance Brigade.

It was a fantastic opportunity for Stratford and the PCR team to meet with some new and familiar faces and to introduce our services to those not so familiar with our line of work.

Based in our Kent office, Stratford will be continuing to work closely in providing professional advice and a high-quality service across the UK.

On behalf of the PCR team, we would like to thank all those that were able to join us on the day.

I’ll leave you with a few photos to enjoy from what was a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

Ahmed Ali

Marketing & Practice Development Executive 

 

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 Chapter Hall; Image courtesy of The Museum of the Order of St John
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