Jones Peckover land agent makes flying start to new career selling farmland across North Wales
Graduate land agent and surveyor Sarah Vaughan Williams hit the ground running as soon as she joined auctioneers Jones Peckover.
Within two days she was involved in the sale of her first farm and the second followed soon after.
And late last month she clerked at her first property auction when 16 acres of farmland at Worthenbury, Wrexham, were sold for £11,500 per acre.
Sarah, 22, a farmer’s daughter from Dolgellau, knew what she was letting herself in for when she joined the St Asaph-based firm.
As a Rural Enterprise and Land Management student at Harper Adams University, Shropshire, she... read more
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