Reception at Knole House
On 5 June seventy guests enjoyed a reception at Knole House, hosted by Lord and Lady Sackville and Kent Community Foundation.
The evening reception was held in the Colonnade, within the family apartments of 600-year-old Knole House, with an invitee list including personal guests of Lord and Lady Sackville, Kent Community Foundation fund-holders, Trustees and supporters.
At the reception, guests celebrated the recent achievements of Kent Community Foundation (KCF) and Chief Executive, Josephine McCartney, spoke about how important the support of philanthropists is to the local community.
Richard Oldfield, OBE, DL one of KCF’s fund-holders, followed Mrs McCartney to address the reception and explain why The Overstone Fund chooses to work with Kent Community Foundation to manage their philanthropy.
Guests included; the High Sheriff of Kent, Paul Barrett, the previous High Sheriff, Jane Ashton and the future High Sheriff, Remony Millwater, John Weir, from John Weir Funeral Directors, Chairman of KCF Trustees Tim Bull, County Councillor and KCF Trustee Sarah Hohler and Auctioneer Clive Emson.