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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Corby Glen area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Corby Glen area.

Corby Glen is a village located in Lincolnshire, England. The village's first Methodist chapel was built in 1846, and replaced in 1902 by the present building which is still in use. The original chapel is now a private house. To the north of the parish church is a substantial castle mound or motte. Historian David Roffe refers to it as "an early defended manor house". In 1238 King Henry III chartered a weekly market and an annual sheep fair. The sheep fair is still held and is claimed to be the longest-established such event in Britain.

The village of Corby Glen is in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire. It lies mainly to the north of the A151, a former toll road, and to the east of the West Glen River, near where the Glen flows through a small graben in the Jurassic limestone. Until the 1950s the name of the village was simply Corby. However, in the nearby county of Northamptonshire another Corby had been greatly enlarged by the addition of a steel works and housing to match. Some confusion arose between the two Corbys, so British Railways consulted the villagers to choose an additional name to distinguish the two. 

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