Croeso Mawr i Endaf !
Mae gan Wright Marshall arwerthwr newydd, Endaf Jones, sy'n dod o Ynys Môn.
Oh, OK then, I was enjoying that.
Wright Marshall are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Auctioneer and Fieldsman to help strengthen their existing team based at Beeston Castle and Chelford auction markets.
Endaf Jones, brought up on the family farm at Brynsiencyn, Anglesey and a fluent Welsh-speaker, is to join the firm in January, and will assist the current team in procuring and selling Livestock, Horses and Machinery through both markets.
A graduate of Bangor University, he has a keen ambition to become a leading Auctioneer and is already well-known to many of the firm's clients.
Gwyn Williams, Director of Auction Sales at Wright Marshall, said 'Endaf's appointment is a great addition to our excellent team of young, enthusiastic and professional Auctioneers. As we continue to take steps to secure premises to safeguard the future of our Auction business, it is also vitally important that we develop the team to run that business into the future. We very much look forward to seeing Endaf integrate with our existing Auctioneers to continue providing the first-class auction service we offer to all our clients'
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