"Feisty" Doncaster "pocket rocket" shop boss named as one of hopefuls on The Apprentice 2016
0 Have your say A Doncaster business boss who describes herself as a "feisty pocket rocket" has been unveiled as one of the contenders hoping to impress Lord Sugar on the new series of The Apprentice.
Children's clothing company chief Frances Bishop has been named as one of the 18 hopefuls bidding to win the BBC1 series which returns on October 6.
Frances, who runs Doncaster based clothes shop Pud, which is based in King's Arcade, is one one nine women and nine men unveiled for the 12th series of the show where contestants take part in a series of tough business challenges to land... read more
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