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Leading mountaineer guest of honour at Evans Jones and Schmidt Kitchens Cheltenham event

A world-leading mountaineer who has scaled Everest 14 times will be the guest of honour at a special event held in Cheltenham on Thursday.

Chartered surveyors and planning experts Evans Jones and Schmidt Kitchens have teamed up to host 'An Evening with Kenton Cool' on February 27.

Kenton Cool will talk about his experiences of climbing the world's tallest peak as well as some of the other great mountains of the world.

An inspirational and motivational speaker, he will explore the importance of decision-making, motivation and facing personal fears in adverse situations.

He will display his awe-inspiring collection of photos and video footage from his expeditions around the world. Follow the link for more information on Kenton Cool.

Evans Jones and Schmidt will be joined by over 100 guests and the event will be hosted in the stylish kitchen showroom in Cheltenham.

Guests will enjoy a variety of culinary delights, from local suppliers including Bath Road Beers, Tonbo Japanese Kitchen and chocolatier, Costello & Hellerstein.

Masterchef finalist Ben Axford will also be carrying out demonstrations throughout the evening.

There will also be a raffle in aid of The Chamwell Centre, with some fantastic prizes up for grabs.

For more information about Evans Jones, visit www.evansjones.co.uk 

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