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Family Royal Family: The Queen's Sandringham estate is looking for someone to run her local pub

13:31  27 july  2022
13:31  27 july  2022 Source:   mylondon.news

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Sandringham is one of the Queen's many loved retreats and - let's be real - one of the most beautiful. But imagine if you had the chance of working there?

The Queen's Sandringham Estate is looking for someone to run a local booze pit. The monarch has transformed a former social club in Norfolk's West Newton into a proper pub just a mile from Sandringham.

According to The Sun, they describe the local pub as "a rare opportunity for the right operator to develop a new destination public house with restaurant and letting room potential".

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The Hampton Court Palace role comes with a salary of £67,377 © Getty Images/CHP The Hampton Court Palace role comes with a salary of £67,377

In terms of who they want, they said "tenants should have a strong resume and set out how they would boost "community engagement"".

The former social club closed two years ago as membership numbers dropped due to the pandemic. Now, estate agent Landles is looking for someone to take over and run the vacant building.

This comes after Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) announced that they're hiring someone to run one of the Queen’s most famous palaces for £67,000 a year.

Hampton Court Palace is looking for someone to run the Palace on a day-to-day basis, as well as ensuring that the visitor experience is "top-class."

The Queen's Sandringham Estate is looking for someone to run a local pub © Getty Images The Queen's Sandringham Estate is looking for someone to run a local pub

They stated in their advert: "As the Head of Hampton Court Palace, you will be responsible for ensuring we have a highly motivated and engaged team who work together to make every experience with us a great one.

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"You will hold responsibility for the Palace on a day-to-day basis, leading all operational teams and coordinating the activity of specialist departments who work on making the various elements of our offer world class."

Sandringham Estate was first developed in 1870 and stands in a 20,000-acre space. It is the private home for numerous royal members, including Prince William and Kate Middleton's 10-bedroom home of Anmer Hall.

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