Added on: 20th October, 2010
This year's annual public lecture to be presented by Bromley Town Twinning Association on Friday 15th October will have a very different theme and style from previous occasions.
The Association’s public lecture this year comes with a flavour to it! The lecture, on Friday 15th October, will be given by German pastry entrepreneur Gerhard Jenne at the United Reform Church in Widmore Road. Gerhard Jenne is a master German pastry chef. He was born in Germany and trained in Munich ~ and then decided to come to London to open up a German style cake shop. His idea proved to be a great success and his company, Konditor & Cook, now has six sites in central London. More details about the company and its products can be found on www.konditorandcook.com .
Mr Jenne will talk about his experiences, as a German, in setting up and running a business here in the UK. The evening commences at 7.30pm. Admission is free but donations are invited. Those wishing to come along are advised to get along in good time as places will be subject to space availability. Further information on this event is available from the Association’s Chairman, Peter Brown on 01689 851605 or email email@example.com .
Bromley has been twinned with Neuwied since 1987. The town is situated on The Rhine, close to Bonn and Koblenz. Membership of Bromley Town Twinning Association is open to individuals, families, organisations, companies and businesses in or related to the Borough who wish to enjoy the potential benefits of Bromley’s twinning with Neuwied or who simply wish to subscribe to the Association’s aims. Information about joining the Association can be obtained from BTTA’s Membership Secretary, Ralph Skelton on 020 8290 5547 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .