News: Giles Leaving Hickstead Hotel

Posted on 31st August 2017

Here’s a rather sad item of news received this week, from the Manager of the Hickstead Hotel. I can not fully explain just how supportive and welcoming Giles has been to the BHBPA, and we wish him every success in his new venture.

 

“I am leaving the hotel after ten years at the helm and also leaving frontline hospitality after 42 years to spend more time with the family and to retrain in accounts over the next 9 months with a view to a career change at the tender age of 57 .

 

I would like to thank everyone for their support over the ten years and would hope that you would extend the same welcome I have received to Adrian Reade  the new incoming manager”

 

Many Thanks

 

Giles

 

 

Giles Paul

General Manager

The Hickstead Hotel

Jobs Lane , Bolney

Haywards Heath RH17 5NZ

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