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Sunday, 29 March 2015

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Cumbrian M6 service station recruits 50 new staff

Motorway services operator Roadchef has announced plans to recruit 50 people at its Cumbrian site at Killington Lake.

The move comes as the company completes a major refurbishment of the site and prepares to open a branch of McDonald’s as part of an investment in its catering facilities.

Roadchef says the opening of a McDonald’s franchise is expected to bring with it increased footfall and sales and Roadchef is inviting people in Cumbria to apply for the full and part-time positions to support the development.

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