Ann Atkin flies to Oz - BikeBiz

Ann Atkin flies to Oz

One of Raleigh's longest serving employees has retired and has jetted off to Australia on a family holiday. Ann started at Raleigh 37 years ago. She took a career break to have two children but still notched up 25 years of continuous service since rejoining the company.
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She's worked as the secretary/PA to Sandy Roberts, executive chairman, and former MDs Howard Knight and Mark Todd, right through to current chairman Phillip Darnton.

There's to be a dinner in her honour when she's back in the UK in June. This dinner will be hosted by Alan Finden-Crofts, group chairman.


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