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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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Join your local Avon team in Longbenton.

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

Longbenton is a district located in North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England. Nearby places are Killingworth, Forest Hall, Four Lane Ends, West Moor, Heaton and South Gosforth, in Newcastle upon Tyne. The name Longbenton probably means "long (i.e. large) bean town", to distinguish it from the smaller village of Little Benton to its south-east. Footballer Peter Beardsley grew up in Longbenton and attended Longbenton High School.

Longbenton has a long history of coal mining. Meadow Pit, Dyke Pit and First and Second Engine Pits were in operation by 1749. In 1774 an "experimentally-determined" model of the Newcomen atmospheric engine, designed by John Smeaton, was installed there. It was rated at 40 horsepower and used for drainage. In the 1860s Long Benton or Benton Colliery stood at where Benton Road crossed the Coxlodge Waggonway. Coal was exported via the wagonway to the Coxlodge Staithes on the Tyne at Wallsend. Later, between 1901 and 1930, much of the route was converted into a tram line operated by the Tyneside Tramways and Tramroads Company.

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