The Fragrance Shop Job Vacancy

The Fragrance Shop Job Vacancy

Do you have a passion for customer service? Are you excited by new challenges and looking to work for a business which will give you the opportunity to grow? If so, The Fragrance Shop could have the job for you!

They are looking for a fully flexible, part-time 24-hour Assistant Manager in their Brentwood store.

Your role will include helping the Store Manager to achieve the Company objectives by providing excellent customer service, maximizing sales and establishing and maintaining efficient methods of operation in order to maximize profitability. Supervisory experience is preferred but not essential as training will be given.

Candidates should be 18y+ as this is a key holder position.

Please hand applications in-store to apply.

The Baytree Shopping Centre: Closed

The Baytree Shopping Centre: Closed

Please note that The Baytree Shopping Centre will be closed on Monday 19th September as a mark of respect recognising the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Our stores will reopen on Tuesday 20th September.

SOCIAL UPDATE

SOCIAL UPDATE

Here at The Baytree Centre we are extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty the Queen, and as the nation enters a mourning period we have ceased all posts on our social media platforms until further notice. We will continue to update you regarding opening hours at the centre as details of the mourning period emerge.

Waterstones Debut Fiction Book Prize

Waterstones Debut Fiction Book Prize

Waterstones are very excited to reveal Tess Gunty’s The Rabbit Hutch as the winner of the Waterstones Debut Fiction Prize 2022.

“From the moment the reading copies of The Rabbit Hutch arrived, our booksellers were mesmerised by the playfulness and psychological precision of Tess Gunty’s stunning debut novel. At once brilliantly inventive and compulsively readable, The Rabbit Hutch follows a varied and memorable cast of characters and revolves around an affordable housing complex in a declining post-industrial Rust Belt town.

With piercing insight, humour and deep humanity, the novel explores the care system, urbanisation, poverty and gentrification, whilst tracing one girl’s coming of age, with all the odds stacked against her. Wild, funny, and unforgettable, The Rabbit Hutch is, at heart, a love letter to human connection and the hope that can be found in the most unexpected places.”