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Barbara Fellowes

Barbara joined the C&D team in March 2023 and is an integral part of the C&D team focussing on sales progression, viewings and client care.  Barbara brings a wealth of commercial and business experience gained in a major investment plc and her own successful customer centric business.  An opportunity to pursue her passion for performance photography proved too tempting and the business was sold.  Alas, having retired from business, Barbara eventually realised that she missed the client interactions and challenges that she so enjoyed and excelled at.  

Barbara is married and lives in a small village in Cumbria having moved to the county from Cornwall.  Her hobbies are still dominated by her passion for performance photography and has built a reputation for her unique composite techniques.  She is also a life time sports car enthusiast and finds any excuse to drive her convertible MX5 sports car with the roof down in all but the worst conditions!

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