Bath Station Assistants

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Hi all,
Noticed on the two visits I have made to Bath that the staff around the ticket office had flags on their name badges, prosumably to indicate which languages they speak. Does anyone know if these people are picked on their multi-lingual capabilities?
Reason I am asking is that I am going to Bath University to study Spanish and Italian and already speaking Spanish, a part time job at the station helping Spainards would be ideal...do people think it'd be a good idea for me to send a CV off to FGW or something?

Cheers
 
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Ivo

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Bath doesn't have a lot of Spanish speakers for the most part. I don't suppose it could hurt to try, but I don't think the demand is there.

Come to think of it, I've never noticed this. The last time I was at Bath Spa station was less than 400 minutes ago...
 

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It gets some, but mostly by coach. Most rail-using tourists are British.

As I said, it couldn't hurt to try. I wouldn't count on success though.
 
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