Three new appointments at Village Birmingham Dudley

13 September 2012
Three new appointments at Village Birmingham Dudley

Village Urban Resorts has announced three new appointments at Village Birmingham Dudley.

Mark Harris has been named deputy general manager. Previous experience includes roles at the luxury hotel chain Mandarin Oriental and Carnival Cruise Lines out of Miami.

Emma Raybould has joined as meetings & events manager. Previously head of catering for Birmingham Hippodrome, prior to that she gained experience at St John's - the large scale conference centre near Solihull.

Wayne Asson has joined the Birmingham venue as head chef. He returns to De Vere after working as executive head chef at the Belfry - the golf resort previously managed by De Vere Hotels until its sale to the Quinn Insurance Group in 2005.

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