New role for Cole at Mr Fothergill's

Mr Fothergill's have promotion for long-standing member of staff Rachel Cole.

She has been promoted to the new position of Seed Buying and Quality Supervisor. 

Having been at the company for 20 years, she will be building on her experience in seed sourcing and buying to take on closer supervision of the laboratory and therefore wider quality responsibilities within the company. New assistant seed buyer Hannah Green will also report to her.

Technical manager Alison Mulvaney said: "It’s great news that Rachel should be recognised and rewarded for her commitment and undoubted skills. Rachel is highly respected within the company because of her knowledge of the seed industry, her helpful and cheerful nature but also her commitment to the cause. I know our suppliers, many of our customers who know Rachel through visiting us and our journalist friends will be delighted to hear of her enhanced role."


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