Sam Woodhouse is the newest member of staff at Country Harvest, near Ingleton.
Sam, 22, from Ingleton, will work two mornings a week in the coffee shop from July 26. He and his family already know many of the 70-strong team at Country Harvest and his mentor will be coffee shop assistant Janet Tyrer.
Country Harvest managing director Mike Clark said: “We are delighted Sam is joining our team and we look forward to working with him.”
WorkFit’s employment development officer in the north, Alison Thwaite, added: “Sam is a delightful young man with a great range of skills and experience and he is very excited about starting his new job at Country Harvest, where the team are hugely supportive and committed to inclusion.”
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