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Punchline Talks – August 5 line-up revealed

This week's instalment of Punchline Talks celebrates a life-long dedication to public service with council leader and magistrate Cllr Rowena Hay.

Rowena and her husband have spent a combined 52 years serving the public as councillors for the Liberal Democrat party.

It has been another big week of news for the Punchline Friday Business Briefers to discuss when they come together tomorrow.

Each Friday, Punchline editor Mark Owen is joined by leading Gloucestershire business figures from a range of backgrounds to debate the main news and issues from the previous seven days.

Taking their places on the panel this week will be:

• Simon Ford - CEO at Allstone & Speedy Skips.

• David Jackson, manager at Marketing Cheltenham.

• Neill Ricketts, CEO of Versarien.

• Wendy Walker, director of Wotton Travel.

To be among the first to see the Friday Business Briefing and our Punchline Talks video interviews, make sure you subscribe to the daily Punchline newsletter.

To get involved - either to raise a topic for debate or to be on the panel - email mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk.

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