The Apprentice: Cumbrian candidates survive week one... just
Two entrepreneurs from Cumbria have survived week one of The Apprentice.
Both Rebecca Jeffery, of Asby, near Lamplugh, and Oliver Nohl-Oser, from Milburn, near Penrith, managed to make it through the BBC show's second week.
The opening week's task focussed on selling vintage items and antiques at a market stall and to traders.
It was a close call though for 31-year-old Rebecca who was called back into the boardroom as one of the three candidates facing the boot.
Oliver, 33, who now lives in Wiltshire, came out on the winning side - the boys' Team Titans.
They managed to make £1,428.10 on... read more