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Beth joins the Lycetts team

The Shrewsbury office of national insurance brokers Lycetts has welcomed a new member of staff as part of a continuing expansion programme.

Trainee account handler Beth Behan has joined the team in Butcher Row to help meet demand for Lycetts’ property, farm and estates insurance services throughout Shropshire and beyond.

Beth, 24, will be working alongside colleague Sue Hyne and principal of the Shrewsbury office, Rob Matthews, as an account handler.

“We have been delighted to welcome Beth on board – she is extremely competent, highly professional and she has very bright future,” said Mr Matthews. "We are slowly but surely building our team in Shrewsbury and we see Beth being a key member of the office for many years to come. She has settled in very well.”

Beth now lives in Pant, having moved to the area from Chester where she worked for a tour operator.

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