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Meet the Team

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Meet Charlotte Greasty, part of our Swanage Sales & Admin team

Charlotte is a key member of the team in Swanage and she joined the sales team in June 2014. She enjoys working in a customer focused environment and being part of the Allnatt family. As well as helping out with fundraising events for the RNLI Swanage Lifeboat Station, Charlotte is also keen photographer and you will see many of her photos used on our website.

“I have always enjoyed working with children and have been lucky enough to teach some of our Primary School groups on Swanage beach. I love animals, photography and upcycling furniture in my spare time. Spending time with my family in the outdoors is important to me, so coastal walks and seaside play is a regular thing!”

Q: Where did you grow up?

A: Ealing, London

Q: What was your dream job growing up?

A: Professional Make-Up Artist

Q: Tell us something surprising about yourself?

A: As a teenager, I was a member of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and have performed live at the Royal Albert Hall on BBC2.

Q: What is your favourite hobby?

A: Upcycling Furniture

Q: Who’s your favourite 80’s / 90s band?

A: Spice Girls

Q: What do you love most about your job in two words?

A: My colleagues

Q: Favourite centre meal?

A: Turkey Burgers!

Q: What was your best memory of an overnight residential from your youth?

A: Camping and experiencing a huge thunderstorm in a tent at night with all my friends.

Q: What do you think is the key to a great school trip?

A: Fun and enthusiastic leaders, who know how to challenge children into experiencing and learning new things, without applying pressure.

Q: Favourite comfort food?

A: Chocolate biscuits

Q: Where do you go on holiday?

A: Anywhere warm (with culture and good food.)

Q: Best place to go for a day out in Swanage?

A: Swanage Lifeboat Station, the beach and then Salt Pig for lunch!

Q: What’s your favourite cheese?

A: Camembert

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