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Pictured: The Fairyhill Hotel, in Reynoldston, Wales, UK.<br />
Re: A tweet by a popular wedding venue, advertising for “slightly OCD” staff has been criticised by mental health campaigners.<br />
Fairyhill in the village of Reynoldston, Gower, which is owned by the Oldwalls group, advertised various jobs at their venue on Twitter.<br />
The advertisment includes an image of laid out plates and cutlery which are not straight with the caption “Slightly OCD? Then we’d like to hear from you”.<br />
The social media post has been met with a number of angry comments from users calling for the venue to reconsider their advert, calling it “disgusting” and “inappropriate”.<br />
One user responded: “I do have OCD. It’s got nothing to do with liking my cutlery straight, though.<br />
“It’s more about distressing and intrusive thoughts of horrific self-harm and unbearable anxiety that my partner will die. So you might want to reconsider that advert.”<br />
For many years Fairyhill was a popular destination for tourists and diners on the Gower before becoming an exclusive wedding venue. It recently underwent a £1 million refurbishment.
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Pictured: The Fairyhill Hotel, in Reynoldston, Wales, UK.
Re: A tweet by a popular wedding venue, advertising for “slightly OCD” staff has been criticised by mental health campaigners.
Fairyhill in the village of Reynoldston, Gower, which is owned by the Oldwalls group, advertised various jobs at their venue on Twitter.
The advertisment includes an image of laid out plates and cutlery which are not straight with the caption “Slightly OCD? Then we’d...
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