Sudeley Castle & Gardens is a landmark visitor attraction in the Cotswolds, steeped in over 1,000 years of Royal history, with award-winning gardens and a castle that is lived in by the current owners. It also offers a number of exciting activities for children, including an adventure playground and pheasantry.
The castle was once home to Queen Katherine Parr, the last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII. Henry himself, Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, Queen Elizabeth I and Richard III have all played a part in Sudeley’s story. King Charles I found refuge here during the Civil War, when his nephew Prince Rupert established his headquarters at the Castle.
In 1837 Sudeley was rescued by the wealthy Worcester glove-makers, brothers John and William Dent, whose ambitious restoration programme was continued by their nephew, John Coucher Dent and his wife Emma Brocklehurst, when he inherited the castle in 1855. In 1971 the family decided to open Sudeley to the public as a visitor attraction and it has rapidly established itself as one of the must-see venues in Gloucestershire.
We currently have no vacancies.
We will be recruiting for Retail and Catering Assistants in the Visitor Centre and Terrace Restaurant in January 2018.
In the meantime if you are interested in working at in these roles during our 2018 season (5th March – 21st December), please e-mail a C.V and brief covering letter to the Retail and Catering Manager, Craig Hodges: firstname.lastname@example.org
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