Thursday, 28th February 2019

Notice: This event is nearly sold out. Once the tickets have sold out you can still sign up for waiting list (in case of cancellations etc) using the form at the bottom of this page.


3B's are delighted to announce that Kwasi Kwarteng, MP for Spelthourne & Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for leaving the European Union, will be the guest speaker at their annual dinner on Thursday 28th February. You can read more about Kwasi at the bottom of this page.

Venue: Betchworth Village Hall, Station Road, Betchworth, RH3 7DF.

Price: £25

We have made purchasing your tickets easier than ever.

  • you can pay online with your credit or debit card using our new (safe and secure) online payment form below
  • or you can pay over the phone on 01306 883312
  • or by cheque made payable to MVCA and post to 212 Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead, Surrey, KT21 2DB

Tickets for this event have now sold out. However, if you would like to attend please join the waiting list using the form below and we shall be in touch if there are any cancellations.


About Kwasi Kwarteng MP

Kwasi was first elected Member of Parliament for Spelthorne in 2010 and is Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU)

Kwasi has consistently supported local enterprise and regularly calls for business-friendly reforms in Parliament. To find the local entrepreneurs of tomorrow, he launched the Spelthorne Business Plan Competition in 2013. The competition has successfully run for the past four years and will be held again in 2018. Kwasi has been a leading voice in the campaign to increase Heathrow’s capacity and he will continue to ensure that it remains one of the world’s top airports.

Kwasi has a keen interest in Middle Eastern affairs and is Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Middle East Council. He has travelled widely throughout the Middle East and Gulf region and has contributed to a number of publications on the topic. In Parliament, Kwasi has led Westminster Hall debates on the UK’s engagement with Libya and Egypt.

Kwasi holds a doctorate in British history from the University of Cambridge and has authored several books including: Ghosts of EmpireWar and Gold and Thatcher’s trial.