New faces at Penarth Quays Marina

New faces at Penarth Quays Marina

Penarth Quays Marina has welcomed two new faces to the team with the recruitment of Lisa Finn as Administrative Secretary and Hugh Kelsall as Assistant Marina Manager. They replace Andy and Sue Kean who, after their recent wedding, have gone to live in matrimonial bliss in sunny Lanzarote.

Lisa has recently moved to Penarth from Devon and her background is in the hospitality industry. Until recently she owned a pub in Devon and has moved to South Wales with her partner, Jeff, and her 2 dogs, Rosie and Lilly. She has a boat which is now moored in the marina.

Hugh has also spent much of his working life in the hospitality industry and has been an active RNLI crew member for 10 years, formerly in St Agnes in Cornwall and now with the Penarth lifeboat. Hugh is enthusiastic about all water sports including sailing, surfing, wakeboarding and swimming. Lisa and Hugh are settling in quickly and are looking forward to getting to know all the customers at the marina.

Events

  • Velathon Wales- Closed Cycling Event
    09 July 2017
  • International Festival of Food and Drink at Cardiff
    14 July 2017 - 16 July 2017
  • Bristol Harbour Festival and Western Boat Show at Bristol Docks
    21 July 2017 - 23 July 2017

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