Arrivals, departures and holidays!


What better place to begin than with an ending? After 18 years Sheila has left Rosemount to enjoy her well-earned retirement. Our heavy-hearts are bolstered by our heartfelt gratitude to Sheila. Congratulations, may all your future ambitions be as successful as your time at Rosemount. Speaking of which, Sheila is a keen and committed sailor who intends to fulfil a long-standing ambition to crew a yacht across the Atlantic. We remember her leading the fleet during the 2009 Tall Ships Race, so we’ve full confidence.

Sheila, we’re not saying goodbye, but bon voyage.

boat in sea

We have also bid a fond farewell to Claire, who left us to follow a dream and train as an NHS Nurse. Not all heroes wear capes. We’re very proud of Claire and will miss her heroic efforts front-of-house at Rosemount.


We’re delighted to have Megan back with us. She has returned from maternity leave after becoming proud-mother to little baby Cally. It was all hard work, stress, sleepless nights and unfamiliar anxieties. But that’s enough about us coping without Megan. We’re certain her maternity leave was a breeze. Welcome back Megan, and welcome to the World Cally.

We knew we’d need support during Megan’s maternity leave and we feel very lucky to have found Cheryl. So lucky, in fact, that we’re not letting her leave! We’re so happy she’s agreed to stay. Cheryl joined us in January, and she already feels like part of the Rosemount family. She comes from a solid background having spent time as a branch manager for HSBC. She’s an excellent addition to our team.

Speaking of new starters, we’re also welcoming Joanne. She comes highly recommended; with over 9 years experience as a receptionist and administrator for Credo Wealth Management. Joanne joins as our new part-time receptionist.

… and happy returns

Meanwhile Andy marked his sixtieth birthday this year. He celebrated by taking the family to Barbados. We’re sure he also found time to enjoy the local Caribbean golf courses. Or we hope he did anyway, the golf courses back home are a considerably colder affair.

Many happy returns Andy. Sixty is the new Fifty, and so we’re looking forward to at least another decade with you. We asked him to agree to this demand but have yet to receive a reply!

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