Mark Reckless: Chatham Investment Is In A League Of Its Own

MPs Mark Reckless and Tracey Crouch with Barclays Premier League Trophy

Mark Reckless MP welcomed a refurbished branch of Barclays on High Street Chatham.

The atmosphere in the High Street was buzzing, with performances from dancers, sword swallowers and other artists, as Mark and Chatham and Aylesford MP, Tracey Crouch officially opened the branch.

Residents and shoppers were also given the opportunity to have their photograph taken with the Barclays Premier League Trophy.

Speaking after the event Mark said:

“I was delighted to open this exceptionally well-refurbished branch. It’s important that companies continue to invest in Chatham High Street and Barclays has done just that.

It was a particular pleasure to open this branch from the Premier League sponsors, and with Tracey, who has successfully coached a girls’ football team herself.”

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Filed under chatham, conservatives, economy, mark reckless, medway, tracey crouch

3 responses to “Mark Reckless: Chatham Investment Is In A League Of Its Own

  1. Chris

    It’s not a good idea to be rubbing shoulders with the banks after what they have done to our economy.

    • julie

      Chris, Please it is not what the Banks have done to the economy but the press. Please do not think that retail banking does not think that the most important part of their business is THE CUSTOMER!

      • Chris

        Hi Julie,
        I have never heard the fact that the billions used to bail out the banks is the fault of the press. How did you work that one out? The most important part of a bank is having money, shareholders, bonuses and THEN the customer.

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