“We are responsible for the upkeep of 10 listed buildings that are let out to holidaymakers. There’s always a wall to paint or a ceiling to plaster [and] we’re also responsible for the gardens, paths, orchard, visitors and volunteers,” says Huws. “I’ve had to get my head around things I’ve never had to consider before, like how the water system works and the language of volts and amps and solar panels.” … [Read more...] about They got their dream job away from it all – but what happened next?
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“It’s an awesome opportunity to have a WorldTour event here in Australia which obviously brings the best to our shores so we can see what it is like and what we need to aspire towards,” says Donna Rae-Szalinski, the directeur sportif of the Australian national team during the summer of racing who has long played a pivotal role in the development of Australian cyclists. “It is just a brilliant opportunity.” … [Read more...] about Australian strength and consistency in women’s cycling resurfaces