A day at the races for Kain Knight team

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26 June 2014


Kain Knight treated over one hundred of its staff to a day at the races recently.  On a very sunny Saturday morning two coaches set off from Head Office at Bishops Stortford bound for Newmarket racecourse where a hospitality pavilion awaited.

After a sumptuous barbecue lunch on arrival the serious studying of form began.  The racing produced several very happy staff members and luck seemed to carry on throughout the course of the day.

Another highlight, for the younger members of staff, was the fact that most of the cast from Hollyoaks were located in the pavilion right next door to ours!

Corey Grey one of the newest recruits to  the firm said, “It was great to have been treated to such a fun day out and to mix and mingle with many of the cast from Hollyoaks.”

Matt Kain, Director of Kain Knight said “As a busy and rapidly expanding firm it is not always possible to get to know all of the staff and it was good to chat and see everyone enjoying themselves  in such a relaxed atmosphere.”

 



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