Thursday, October 21st, 2021

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Sevenoaks resident Fleur McCrone has fast become a notable name in the world of fashion and style. Having successfully launched her thriving business Fine Styling just five years ago, Fleur has since built a reputable client base including high profile and celebrity names. With both her dedication and desire having fuelled her growing success, she is now fortunate enough to rub shoulders alongside some of the leading fashion houses including Paul Costelloe, Julien MacDonald, and Ba&sh Paris.Prior to her work as a one to one personal stylist, Fleur’s passion for fashion flourished during the five years she spent in the

Positivity, friendliness and proactivity are just a few of the attributes that Samir Moftah brings to Manak Solicitors in Sevenoaks. Having lived and trained in Kent for many years, Samir’s expertise as a multi disciplinary solicitor means he is able to offer locals a robust and cost effective solution to a variety of queries. These range from Employment Law, Settlement Agreements, Litigation including contractual disputes, landlord, tenant and contested probate, to Crime including motoring offences and fare evasion. Whatever the problem may be, Samir’s confident and efficient approach puts his clients at ease by providing them with trusted and well

We are delighted to announce that Dawn Blee has joined the Sevenoaks District Chamber of Commerce and will be taking over from Julie Phillips as CEO. This appointment marks the next chapter for the Chamber, as Dawn will navigate the Chamber and support local businesses, with a focus on recovery and regeneration following the Covid Pandemic.Dawn is an experienced business owner. She was co-founder of South East Tour Guides which makes her experience particularly relevant to our local Chamber as someone who has set up and grown her own business for the past twelve years. Concurrent with this, Dawn has

Mark Tuvey has built a strong reputation serving the Sevenoaks community over his years spent as Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. His sense of commitment and tenacity is now invested in his own budding business ConnectaGroup. Based in Sevenoaks, ConnectaGroup supply Phone, Energy and Payment Solutions for a variety of small to medium enterprises. By working with award-winning solution providers, ConnectaGroup strive to improve operational effectiveness, customer satisfaction and streamlined, affordable solutions.[caption id="attachment_13479" align="aligncenter" width="264"] Mark Tuvey[/caption]Providing a personable and effective service using products of the highest quality is paramount to Mark. This ethos is reflected in his supportive

What is it that turns a good book into a great book? The sort of book that is so rich and compelling that you simply cannot put it down? Unquestionably it starts with a talented and creative author, but the key to a truly successful book is in the editing. This is something known very well to local author Phillip Drown. With a passion for exceptional books and quality writing, Phillip understands exactly what is required to elevate a story to the highest publishable standard. Working closely with authors, Phillip helps to develop stories into something quite exceptional: assessing every chapter,

From highly accomplished chef to soon to be local Fishmonger, Greg Chester is transferring his passion for food by opening a fishmongers in Sevenoaks town on June 15th. Having worked in some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the UK, Greg’s wealth of experience and knowledge has amplified his appreciation for the best and freshest quality ingredients. It is this quality and freshness combined with a warm smile that he will be serving the customers of Sevenoaks this summer. A career as a chef had always been an enduring ambition for Greg since his home economics lessons provided an

As managing director of a prized female led accountancy firm and dedicated mum, Joanne Bell is a leading example of a modern business woman. Having worked her way up the ranks from the age of 18, Joanne is now a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians. Both credible and caring, she has cultivated an accountancy firm with modern values and a refreshing image. With ambitions to become the first sole director female led accountancy practice to make it into the top 100 hundred firms in the country; Joanne intends not only to set an example to her daughter, but to

A quirky 17th century building on London Road, is home to The Peacock Rooms, a beauty salon which is as unique as its location. Owner Sarah Rumsey purposely chose the setting, opposite Hoad’s Shoes as it fitted her own individual style and she knew it was the perfect place to set up her business in Sevenoaks in 2016. “The salon is very chilled and it’s decorated with a really colourful vibe to it”, Sarah explains, “that is me and I wanted my salon to reflect who I am”.[caption id="attachment_13302" align="aligncenter" width="225"] The Salon's very own living walls[/caption] As well as providing a relaxed

Sustainability, prudence and financial stability are just some of the core values woven into the fabric of Swedish born bank Handelsbanken. However, it is the personal and decentralised approach towards customers that makes this bank a true breath of fresh air within the Sevenoaks community. As a local relationship bank whose advice profits the customer’s needs first, Handelsbanken’s success is not one that needs to be excessively marketed, for its array of awards speaks volumes instead. Just to name a few is their top rating for satisfaction twelve years running (EPSI Rating, 2009 - 2020), and top-scoring for a commercial

Strengthening community bonds and developing the local economy is what has remained at the heart of The Sevenoaks and District Chamber since it first established in 1911. It was initially set up as a trader’s association for the Market town following a meeting of several town businessman to discuss the prospect of replacing gas lamps with electrical lighting.  Despite the deferral of this decision, at the same gathering it was agreed to urge the Council to stop fairs being held in Bligh’s Meadow to the detriment of local business.  Sparking a collective interest in the town’s future, the meeting promoted