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Adam Roe

Following a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management in 2015 at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Adam set his sights on travel and explored many of parts of the world including South East-Asia and Europe. Adam describes Vietnam as an eighth wonder of the world, encouraging anyone who has the time to visit, to do so. After his travelling he worked as a chef, working extensive hours in an industry he no longer favoured he felt it time for a career change. He joined our team at C&D Rural in early August, saying ‘it was one of the best decisions I have ever made’, and has taken to his new role with natural efficiency and is proving to be an asset to our Property Team. You can rest assured your property is in safe hands.

Adam was born and raised in the Muckletoon of Langholm, meaning he has an extensive knowledge of the local area. To this day he still enjoys playing rugby for Langholm on a weekend, although it often takes him longer to recover now with age!

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