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Chartered surveyors mark a decade in business

KBW Chartered Surveyors celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a night of fun and entertainment at Cheltenham's Pittville Pump Room.

Around 150 guests from local and national firms enjoyed drinks and canapes and a fun casino.

This raised a lot of money on the night for the firm's charity partner, Wellchild.

Like KBW, Wellchild works nationally but has its head office in Cheltenham. Prizes were awarded for the top three players.

Guests were entertained by live music from local rock and pop covers band, The Chip Shop Boys.

Richard Knightley, one of the senior directors at KBW, said: "'We have enjoyed a very successful first 10 years thanks to our valued and loyal clients, hardworking staff and supportive families.

"It is great that so many were able to join us to share in celebrating this milestone."

Pictured above: Senior directors of KBW - Richard Knightley, Nathan Brown and Steven Wood.

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