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As an Independent AVON Sales Representative you are the vital link between the company and the customer. You will be selling high quality, great value AVON products backed by a no quibble guarantee. AVON is a brand everyone knows so the hard sell is not necessary!

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As an AVON representative you can work your business your way by using only the brochures, online only or a mixture of both to get the most out of your AVON business.

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Join your local Avon team in Horncastle.

Why not join Avon as a sales representative or sales leader in the Horncastle area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Horncastle area.

Horncastle is a town and civil parish in Lincolnshire, 17 miles (27 km) east of Lincoln. Horncastle is listed in the 1086 Domesday Book with 41 households, including 29 villagers and twelve smallholders, and had 100 acres (0 km2) of meadow and two mills, all belonging to King William. Four miles out is the village of Winceby, where an 1643 Battle of Winceby which helped to gain Lincolnshire for Parliament, although its leader, Oliver Cromwell, was almost killed. Horncastle was once a centre for cockfighting and bull-baiting.

Horncastle gained a Crown market charter in the 13th century. It was long known for its great August horse fair, a famous trading event that continued until the mid-20th century. It ended after the Second World War, when horses had largely ceased to be used on farms. The town remains a centre of the antiques trade. The annual horse fair was probably first held in the 13th century. It would last for a week or more every August. In the 19th century it was probably the largest such event in the United Kingdom. The slogan, "Horncastle for horses", was a sign of the town's standing in this trade. The fair was George Borrow's setting for some scenes in his semi-autobiographical books Lavengro and The Romany Rye. The last was held in 1948.Livestock markets continued for pigs and cattle, the last cattle market being held in 2000.

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