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New KESR appointment is a ‘real coup’ says chairman

FORMER Kent & East Sussex Railway volunteer Robin Moira Wright has become a director on the railway’s board of trustees, an appointment hailed by the heritage line’s chairman Ian Legg as a“real coup”.

In the 1980s Robin lived in Tenterden, where the KESR is based,

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