Published: 10:55, 15 June 2018
A Rainham company has won a free stand space at this year’s Kent County Show.
Designed By Esther provides a creative service which focuses on the unique qualities of historic buildings and places in Kent, including the Chatham Historic Dockyard.
Business founder Esther Johnson has artworks inspired by the dockyard sold in its gift shop.
She now works with with Royal Engineers Museum on a project called Time Capsule – Exploring the Heritage of Medway.
A total of 10 start-ups were offered a trade stand in the new enterprise zone area of the show.
Trade stand coordinator, Rosie Gouldsworthy, said: “Each one offers something unique and different and we’re excited to be a part of highlighting the best in new Kent business.”
The county show is organised by the Kent Agricultural Society and takes place at Detling from July 6-7.
It brings together the best food, animals and attractions the county has to offer.
This year’s main attraction will be the performance of Household Cavalry Musical Ride.
The show, which is open from 8am to 6pm each day, will offers more than 400 exhibitors and 300 competitions, activities and displays.