John Tubridy

John Tubridy

John has recently joined Peter Barry and over the last 20 years has been an Office / Administration Manager for a number of companies including John Lewis, OPAL and H4 Aerospace to name a few. John felt ready for a change and said yes without hesitation when offered a position at Peter Barry and is very much looking forward to a rewarding role with new learning opportunities. When not at work, John very much enjoys spending time with his family and each September is one of the co-organisers of the St Albans Beer Festival which attracts over 10,000 people to the city and has recently featured on Channel 4 news and the BBC’s Apprentice series.

Tel extension: 204 | Email: surveying@peterbarry.co.uk

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