IN PICTURES: Good food for thought at Denmark Chamber of Commerce business after hours

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Theresa and Craig Hughes with Kath Kinnear.
Camera IconTheresa and Craig Hughes with Kath Kinnear. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

The Denmark Good Food Factory played host to local businesses this month for the Denmark Chamber of Commerce business after hours.

The crowd were welcomed by owners Gill and John Atkinson, who served an array of food and drinks at the cosy venue.

Guests were also treated to a special sneak peek of the team’s latest creation, The Right Gin, ahead of its release.

Ms Atkinson told chamber members she was proud of her staff’s efforts during an uncertain year and the team were looking forward to a busy summer.

Chris Langslow, Simon Lyas, Gill Atkinson, Kath Kinnear and Jon Atkinson.
Camera IconChris Langslow, Simon Lyas, Gill Atkinson, Kath Kinnear and Jon Atkinson. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Elizabeth Thair and Belinda Rowland.
Camera IconElizabeth Thair and Belinda Rowland. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Paris Johansen and Mark Hewson.
Camera IconParis Johansen and Mark Hewson. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Mel Martin, Hannah Walker, Jon and Gill Atkinson, and Suzie Horton.
Camera IconMel Martin, Hannah Walker, Jon and Gill Atkinson, and Suzie Horton. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Simon Lyas and Barbara Keeler.
Camera IconSimon Lyas and Barbara Keeler. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Jon Atkinson with Jason and Melissa Edmunds.
Camera IconJon Atkinson with Jason and Melissa Edmunds. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

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