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From the coal mines to the ski slopes

27th April 2021

From the coal mines to the ski slopes
The Legal & General recently featured our very own Mick Logg, who has taught hundreds of guests to ski ever since having a rather dramatic career change and becoming a ski instructor 17 years ago.

What many people don't realise is that Mick was once a coal miner and only started working at the his local ski centre because his colliery was closed down and he was forced to take redundancy in his early 50s.   Nearly two decades on and Mick has embraced his new career becoming a much loved and respected member of the Snozone team.

You can read the full article here.



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