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Photograph shows: Alison Marshall of BMet College and Mark Brooks of West Midland Safari Park welcome new recruits James Bennett, Darrell Williams and John Breen. (photograph by Amelia Rabin)
45 people have been employed by West Midland Safari Park as the result of a training programme delivered by BMet College. Further job opportunities will also be available ahead of the park’s summer seas…
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