Co-operative Farms appoints new assistant manager for Coldham estate

PUBLISHED: 07:12 26 January 2013

Jack Smith has been appointed assistant manager at the Coldham estate

Jack Smith has been appointed assistant manager at the Coldham estate

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A TRAINEE from The Co-operative Farms has been appointed as assistant manager at its Coldham estate after successfully completing its graduate management programme.

Jack Smith, 24, has been rewarded for his hard work with the opportunity to progress into senior management with one of Britain’s biggest farmers.

He will be based at Coldham, where The Co-operative Farms owns more than 1,500 hectares and has grown onions, potatoes, shallots, sugar beet, beans, wheat and rapeseed for more than 100 years.

Dave Watson, head of arable operations at The Co-operative Farms, said: “Jack has worked extremely hard during his training and thoroughly deserves his new role.”

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