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Wyevale nurseries recruits new sales trainee

Published: 23 April 2019 - Kiran Grewal

Harriet Andrews from May Hill in Gloucestershire has recently joined Wyevale nurseries as a sales trainee. Nineteen-year-old Harriet is currently developing her knowledge of the stock at Wyevale Nurseries and is working on sales related tasks within the cash and carry team, said the company.

Ms Andrews said: “I am delighted to have joined Wyevale Nurseries as a sales trainee. I know I have a lot to learn and I’m very eager and excited about this opportunity.

“Prior to my role at Wyevale Nurseries, I worked at Fleurie Nursery in Chichester as a stock control and sales support assistant. I also attended Pershore College and gained a Level 3 extended diploma in Horticulture.”

In her spare time, Ms Andrews enjoys horse riding and being out and about in the countryside.

managing director of Wyevale Nurseries in Hereford, Andy Johnson said: “As a company, we’re keen to encourage young people into the horticulture sector. We believe in giving opportunities to young and enthusiastic people, with the aim of developing them towards a great career within the industry.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Harriet to our team. She is very passionate about plants and we’re sure she will go really far in her career with us.”

 

 

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