The Italian job?

A local architecture firm have said ‘buongiorno’ to a new member of staff, all the way from Agrigento, Sicily.

Giovanni Agro joined the JDP team in July and has been a significant presence ever since, after moving into Bridgnorth after visiting London for just four hours and deciding it wasn’t for him. He is settling well into the local town, exploring the walks up the cliffs and through the woods and saying he loves the town “because it is so beautiful”. His JDP colleagues are thoroughly enjoying having Giovanni in the office, expanding their Italian vocabulary day by day, while appreciating having a more diverse working environment.


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