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Unlock speaks at High Sheriff charity event

Unlock’s Co-director, Julie Harmsworth, was delighted to speak at a celebration hosted by The High Sheriff of Kent, George Jessel. Working in partnership with Kent Community Foundation (KCF), the High Sheriff welcomed over 80 charities to the ‘Causes that Matter’ event to say thank you to the voluntary sector in Kent for all the wonderful and often unseen work they carry out. Julie says, “It was an honour to be invited to talk about Unlock’s work, and a great opportunity to thank Kent Community Foundation and our donors for supporting it”. 

You can read more about the event here

 

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