CRAWSHAW’S new audit committee chair is Mark Naughton-Rumbo, a chartered accountant who was previously chief executive officer at tea specialist Whittard of Chelsea.
Butcher chain Crawshaw boasts 20 shops and two distribution centres in the north-east.
Chairman Richard Rose said: “I am delighted that Mark has agreed to join our board as he will make a significant contribution given his extensive retail experience.”
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