Auctioneer Wins Top National Award
Wright Marshall Auctioneer Jonny Dymond was one of a number of auctioneering students who graduated last July from the Auction Business Management course run by Harper Adams University on behalf of the Livestock Auctioneers Association and Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers in Scotland.
The graduation ceremony was held at Harper Adams last week, but Jonny was unable to attend so Wright Marshall Director, Gwyn Williams, in his capacity as Chairman of the Education Committee for the Livestock Auctioneers Association, presented Jonny with his degree certificate, and Fellowship of the LAA, whilst he was selling calves in Beeston Market last Friday.
Each year the LAA also presents the student attaining the highest marks in the final year of the 4-year course with an inscribed wooden gavel and block, and Gwyn Williams was delighted to also present this to Jonny Dymond as this year's recipient.
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