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New Shop manager for the CAFE
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

February 20, 2008: Exbourne and Jacobstowe Community Association Ltd. (EJCAL), is thrilled to announce that Keri Quertier, pictured below, has joined them as the new Community Shop and Café Manager. Keri’s post is supported by a Reaching Communities Grant, from a branch of the Big Lottery Fund, and is an important milestone for EJCAL. Keri will be responsible for developing all aspects of the day to day running of the shop and will continue to develop and strengthen links with the many local producers in the area. After a successful career in the world of accountancy Keri relocated to Devon and has latterly worked in food retail developing a keen interest in West Country produce. ‘I’m delighted to be working with EJCAL and look forward to developing links with local producers, ensuring that the shop and café provide a great service for the whole community’. Keri began her employment with EJCAL on 14 January 2008 and will be employed for a period of 15 months. EJCAL is now awaiting a decision from the Big Lottery on their application for the bulk of the capital build cost for the new shop, café and Post Office. Unfortunately, due to internal staff changes at the Big Lottery, submission to the Review Board has been postponed and a decision is now expected in May.



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