Don starts a golden year with night at the movies
CELEBRATING a reign that has now lasted 50 years, "King of Caravans" Don Amott invited business leaders to a special screening of the film adaptation of Les Misérables.
Movers and shakers from the business community in Derbyshire turned up in force at Quad to see the first cinema adaptation of the musical based on Victor Hugo's classic tale of an ex-convict becoming a successful businessman.
Guests included Bowmer & Kirkland chairman John Kirkland, Buymobiles.net supremo Paul Sisson, property agent Stephen Salloway, Derby University vice chancellor John Coyne, Flint Bishop senior partner Ian Beardmore and new Derby County chief executive Sam Rush.
Mr Amott is the head of a multi-million-pound leisure empire despite, or perhaps thanks to, his having left Olive Eden School, in Chaddesden, at the tender age of 15.
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Nevertheless, for his contribution to sport and leisure, he holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Derby.
A number of further events are lined up to celebrate the golden jubilee at Mr Amott's showground in Hilton.