MEET THE TEAM
MEET THE TEAM SERIES
Welcome back to our Meet the Team Series, designed to allow you to get to know the sort of work we do and what we get up to in our spare time.
This week, we get to know a little more about Natalie Dingle within our Residential Property team.
Name: Natalie Dingle
Department: Residential Property
1.What is your proudest accomplishment (either personal or professional)?
Whilst at university was awarded the prized accolade of ‘Student who can hold the most pints’ – I’m still pretty proud of that!
2.What do you like most about your job?
The team! The personalities within the department have definitely kept me going throughout the uncertainties of the past year.
3.What do you like least about your job?
The air con is always too cold!
4.What is the best gift you’ve ever given/received?
My Torquay United season ticket!
5.What does your ideal day look like?
Breakfast in bed, a horse ride over the moors in the sunshine, followed by watching Torquay United win at Plainmoor and finished off with a beer in front of Match of the Day
6.What do you like to do in your spare time?
I have an Icelandic Horse and a collie who between them take up most of my spare time. My Saturday afternoons used to be taken up watching football until Covid put a stop to going to live games!
7.What is your dream job?
I quite fancy myself as the next presenter of Question of Sport.
8.What was the most interesting case you have dealt with at work?
We don’t get an awful lot of juicy cases in Conveyancing but trying to manage client expectations when you’re doing your bosses sale and purchase was quite ‘interesting’!
9.Where is one place you’d love to travel to?
I’ve always wanted to ride Icelandic Horses in their native country (and visit the Blue Lagoon).
10.What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
‘If you haven’t got anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all’.
"As a family we found the service provided to us was delivered with ’empathy’ and was in fact ‘outstanding’, we would most certainly recommend Woollcombe Yonge to friends.”