Sunday, 7 December 2008


You can go and pay £12 on Thursday for breakfast at Frank's gaff in Pegwell and listen to Rob Prince of CGP tell you about business opportunities that could be in the pipe-line if Phases 2 and 3 of 'China Gateway' get off the ground ( from IT , vending machines, signage and so much more?) or you might better spend your time in Ramsgate on Friday 12th at St George's Hall (free entrance) listening to Caroline Lucas , Green MEP for the South East, John Stewart of Airport Watch and Dr Hilary Newport, Director of CPRE Kent.

I would recommend the latter to save £12 and unless Frank has a new breakfast Chef go to your local Beano's first; reports from 'mole' who attended the 'Mauwice' & 'Wodger' Breakfast Show last month gave food a dismal report that was only slightly more inspiring than 'Wodger's Speech.

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