Amy – My Story

My name is Amy and I work at a hotel.

I look after three tables in the restaurant.

I have to make sure that each table has the right cutlery and salt and pepper and sauces.

When people come into the restaurant I say:

“Hi I’m Amy and I will be serving you this morning.”

Then I take their orders for tea or coffee and ask if they need anything else.

I have been diagnosed with coeliac disease which means I can’t eat certain things that contain gluten. I am able to help guests when they ask for gluten-free food.

Amy and her colleagues at The Marine Hotel PaigntonAfter everyone has eaten I clear the tables and get them ready for the next day.

I love going to work, my new friends and feel like I have achieved a lot. I feel like a member of the team and I love getting paid.

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