Business group hosts its own version of Question Time and includes, of course, the bishop of Ely, Stephen Conway

16:55 03 March 2014

From left: Lucy Frazer, Warren East, Michael Watson, Michael Goode, Juliet Snell and Bishop Stephen.
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From left: Lucy Frazer, Warren East, Michael Watson, Michael Goode, Juliet Snell and Bishop Stephen. DB Photographic.

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Ely Cathedral played host to its very own version of popular panel programme Question Time last Thursday.

Held in the Lady Chapel, the event saw the Bishop of Ely, the Rt Rev Stephen Conway, line up alongside South East Cambridgeshire’s Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate, Lucy Frazer.

Also on the panel were former chief executive Warren East, Michael Goode, of G’s Fresh and Juliet Snell, director of Centre 33.

The evening was hosted by Ely Cathedral Business Group, which invited Michael Watson, of Circle Health, the company which runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital, to oversee the questions and audience members.

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