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FUW staff go the 'extra mile'

FUW staff go the 'extra mile'

STAFF AWARD WINNERS: From left, FUW area officers Nia Wyn Evans, David Lush, Caryl Edwards with FUW deputy president Glyn Roberts.

Staff at the Farmers' Union of Wales Anglesey office have gone the "extra mile" and recruited more new members last year than any of the union's 11 county branches.

Presenting staff awards at the FUW's recent annual business conference in Aberystwyth, deputy president Glyn Roberts said the union's effective stance on major issues, reflecting the views and needs of the industry, should attract new members.

"The practical support and advice available from our county office structure is undoubtedly one of the best services to be found within the industry.

"FUW Insurance Services continues to attract new business. Nevertheless, it is still necessary to go out and seek new members at every opportunity and clearly the winner of this award for 2013 has gone the extra mile."

A special award was made to Montgomeryshire area officer Nia Wyn Evans who collected the most FUW Insurance Services new customer leads during the four days of last year's Royal Welsh Show.

Awards were also made to Llanrwst-based area officer Caryl Edwards (best performance against target) and Newtown-based area officer David Lush (best managed portfolio).

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