21 NOV 2017

Greg plants tree to mark Freight Transport Association's local roots

Greg visited the Freight Transport Association on Friday, planting a tree to mark the national trade association's forty years in the town before meeting with staff to discuss transport matters.

Commenting on his visit, Greg said:

"The Freight Transport Association has been the voice of Britain's transport industry for well over a century, now employing nearly four hundred people and representing over 16,000 members. They recognise what a great place Tunbridge Wells is to work, live and do business and so I was particularly pleased to join them in celebrating the fortieth anniversary of their move to the town. I wish the FTA and tree alike many years of healthy growth here in Tunbridge Wells."

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