Perpetuity Research welcomes a new member of staff

We are delighted to announce that Amy Randall has started work at our new Tunbridge Wells office as a research assistant. Amy has a first class honour degree in Sociology from the Univeristy of Kent and then took a Masters in Social Research Methods at the LSE. Martin Gill noted, “I am delighted to welcome Amy to the team, it was evident at interview that she brings lots of enthusiasm and plenty of ideas’. Amy stated, ‘ ’I am really looking forward to joining Perpetuity Research as we develop our presence in the south. I have heard about some exciting projects which I really look forward to being involved with’. To contact Amy email:

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