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Post People: Kelly's heroes celebrate 30th.

It certainly seems that being a 1970's Kelly Girl was good for the career, as Kelly Services has discovered in its search for its original 1970's temps.

To mark its 30th anniversary last year, the company tracked down a number of their early Kelly Girls and held a celebration lunch at Bank Restaurant, Birmingham.

Of the former Kelly Girls who got in touch, it seems that most have gone on to bigger and better things since they worked for Kelly back in the 1970's.

One example is Lynne Shields, from Birmingham, who worked with Kelly in the seventies and eighties. She now runs her own recruitment business with three branches in the Midlands and was a finalist in the Kelly Temp of the Year competition.

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Susie Defazio (director of partnership staffing Kelly Services), Kate Taylor, Angela Swithenby, Linda Hall, Gaynor Bennett (regional director Kelly Services)

Ann Luke (operations director Kelly Services), Loreena Mooney, Jan Casserley, Lynne Shields

Claire Francis (head of communications Kelly Services), Linda Taylor, Maureen Lawrenson, Gloria Cannon
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