Help keep agriculture alive in Wye

Farming is far from dead in east Kent, as any visit to the Wye Farmers’ Market which takes place on the village green every two weeks will quickly show you. The market has become a huge success since its establishment a few years back, and now attracts hundreds of shoppers whenever it appears on the green.

If you’re interested in a part-time job that helps keep agriculture firmly to the forefront in Wye at a time when Imperial College would have you believe it is dead, then this could be the job for you. The market is looking for a manager to work 24 hours per month on its development, involving promotion, market research and the recruitment of new stallholders. You can find the details in the job vacancy notice below.

Wye Farmers’ Market seeks a manager


About David Hewson

Professional novelist, published in more than 20 languages. Creator of the Nic Costa series set in modern Rome, Pieter Vos in Amsterdam, adaptions of the Sarah Lund stories in Copenhagen, and versions of Shakespeare worked for Audible.
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