Castle supports KEiBA for a third year

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Castle is proud to be sponsoring the Large Business of the Year category at the 2020 Kent Excellence in Business Awards. This is our third year supporting KEiBA, which exists to recognise and reward outstanding performance by businesses in the county.

Our very own Director Victoria Ansell is one of the judges this year. She will be busy shortlisting and meeting entrants as part of a rigorous process to reach her recommendation as to which organisation should be crowned the winner.

She said: “Castle is thrilled to be supporting KEiBA for the third year in a row. As an active part of the business community in Kent, we welcome any platform that highlights the truly exceptional work that is conducted in our county every day.”

UPDATE: In light of the government’s most recent advice regarding the coronavirus epidemic, this year’s KEiBA awards night gala, due to take place on June 18, has been postponed.

A new date will be announced as soon as possible, taking into account the evolving circumstances and latest available advice.

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