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Coachbuilders manufacture and assemble frames, panels and parts for vehicles such as buses and motor homes. Vehicle trimmers install and repair the upholstery of vehicles.
Butchers cut, prepare and sell meat.
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Service station attendants help customers get petrol, gas or oil for their vehicle, and sell motoring accessories and food items.
Diversional therapists plan and run leisure programmes that enhance the emotional, social and physical wellbeing of individuals.
Furniture finishers prepare the final surface of items of furniture and apply stain, lacquer, paint, oil or wax.