EFA Co-Executive Bill Keenan Steps Down

After eight years as an EFA co-executive, Bill Keenan has stepped down. His steady leadership was instrumental in getting the EFA on sound financial footing and keeping us there through a long period of growth. Susannah Driver-Barstow, the EFA’s outgoing general manager, who worked alongside Bill during his tenure, says,...
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Let’s Move to: Faversham

Thinking of re-locating? Consider Faversham, let us tell you why... A better lifestyle is all but guaranteed in this Garden of England town, says Anna Tyzack…. Surrounded by fruit farms and hop gardens, it would be hard to find a more authentic market town than Faversham in Kent. There are numerous independent shops, medieval streets and a market square occupied three times a week by stallholders selling produce from local farms. This, according to Amicia de Moubray, founder of the local magazine, Faversham Life, is why it appeals to London leavers seeking a genuine country lifestyle. ‘It’s not at all gentrified – it’s the opposite of town such as Tetbury in the Cotswolds,’ she explains.
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