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Cheap replica You can live in this Game of Thrones castle target online

You can live in this Game of Thrones castle Your information will be used in accordance with ourPrivacy Notice. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy notice St Michael Mount in Cornwall is one of the UK most iconic and recognisable landmarks and you could get paid to live there. Looking like something from a fairytale, the island with a castle perched on top is currently being used as a filming location for the Games of Thrones prequel. However, rather than being under the rule of the Iron Throne, it run by the National Trust and St Aubyn Estates and they are looking for a new Castle Officer. They have now advertised the full time position and it has a requirement, reports Cornwall Live. On the downside, you have to clean toilets, could get stranded at high tide and getting takeaways delivered will prove to be a bit problematic. If that hasn put you off, the role will have a focus on providing support to the Castle Steward. Current Castle steward Duncan Murdoch told the BBC said: “The best thing about living here is having a sea view from every window. “The worst thing is not being able to get a pizza delivered to your door.” To undertake some heavy cleaning duties, furniture moving and picture hanging. To proactively supervise the Conservation Team with a hands on approach, to ensure a consistent, high level of daily cleaning and conservation. To research the collection and work with others on developing displays and interpretation of the castle and its contents. To ensure that cleaning is carried out thoroughly in all areas to a very high standard, including cleaning of toilets. Your covering statement should explain why you are interested in the role and what you would bring to it, highlighting relevant experience or transferable skill sets. NewsallMost ReadMost RecentAddenbrookes HospitalMan airlifted to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries after crash in Leighton BuzzardOne person was trapped inside a car and had to be cut out through the roof A14 traffic: Huge electricity transformer set to bring chaos to Cambridgeshire’s roads this weekendTraffic TravelA huge electricity transformer is set to bring chaos to Cambridgeshire’s roads as it trundles through the county at 12mph this weekend. New plans to transform Cambridge’s hidden lakes into an ‘urban country park’Cambridge City CouncilRomsey Lakes, the tucked away lakes just south of Coldham’s Lane, would be called Burnside Lakes and opened to the public Red Arrows route: Where you can see the Red Arrows fly over Cambs this weekendCambridgeshireThe iconic red Hawk jets will pass over parts of Cambridgeshire on Sunday The least happy places in Cambridgeshire namedCambridgeHappiness levels across Cambridgeshire dropped dramatically during lockdown History17 criminals who were executed in Cambridgeshire and the evil crimes they committedOne man was hanged for poisoning racehorses at Newmarket Man airlifted to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries after crash in Leighton BuzzardAddenbrookes HospitalOne person was trapped inside a car and had to be cut out through the roof BBC weather Cambridge: Cambs set for days of sunshine after heavy rain battered countyWeatherTowns and cities across the county will see sunny intervals return today (June 5) after yesterday’s miserable weather Dramatic video shows firefighters tackling barn fire in HaverhillLocal NewsAn investigation will be launched into the cause of fire A1139 Fletton Parkway traffic: Live updates as overturned lorry closes busy Peterborough roadPeterboroughThe A1139 is shut at Junction 3 A1260 Nene Parkway Most ReadMost hermes replica belts RecentAddenbrookes HospitalMan airlifted to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries after crash in Leighton BuzzardOne person was trapped inside a car and had to be cut out through the roof A14 traffic: Huge electricity transformer set to bring chaos to Cambridgeshire’s roads this weekendTraffic TravelA huge electricity transformer is set to bring chaos to Cambridgeshire’s roads as it trundles through the county at 12mph this weekend. New plans to transform Cambridge’s hidden lakes into an ‘urban country park’Cambridge City CouncilRomsey Lakes, the tucked away lakes just south of Coldham’s Lane, would be called Burnside Lakes and opened to the public.

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