Seasonal job on Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester

Mar 26, 2013

THE ORGANIC FARM SHOP ABBEY HOME FARM CIRENCESTER…..

PAID SEASONAL WORKER Our veg garden has a seasonal paid vacancy for someone who has been an apprentice or had lots of wwoofing/growing experience to start ASAP and work through till around October. To join a great team with very varied work growing for the farm shop. (this could turn into a more permanent job) Please send cv and references to Hilary@theorganicfarmshop.co.uk

also still on the hunt for a new apprentice and a summer flower grower, see http://www.theorganicfarmshop.co.uk/jobs/ for all details

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