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The numbers of people starting business from a bedroom at home are increasing as every year goes by, facilitated by home communication and developed IT products.  In Yorkshire, this tradition goes back to the Industrial Revolution where the wool industry was powered by home workers in weavers cottages – so the heritage is strong.

The effective use of a home office and the management of family and work commitments does require thought to make it work properly.  All family members need to be part of setting the rules and sticking to them to allow the business to flourish.

Taking on employees, customer meetings, storage needs, simple business growth and access for the public are all circumstances that drive business owners towards commercial premises.  Once this decision is made, the issues of leases, contracts, communications, signage, IT infrastructure, security, and more, all come into play.

In this section, we will provide some information on the different options available to you.  From working from home to considering commercial premises and the implications that follow.

In all these areas the adage of sign in haste, repent in leisure is so true.


Working from home
 

Working from home might seem like the dream.  No traffic to battle through, no set hours in the office, no structure of when to take your break and for how long.  But it isn’t always the dream it is made out to be.  It requires serious consideration before committing to working from home.

When you are planning your business it is worth deciding if working from home will be effective for your business type and structure.  It can be more cost effective to work from home and with modern technology it is easier than ever to work from home.  Meaning that you no longer have to have a specific type of business to work from home … but there are still a few businesses that it will suit better than others.

With all that said it is worth looking at the implications working from home can have.  Both on you, your family, your customers and your supplier, you need to decide if your new business can be run from your home or if you need to look at other options.

Face to face meetings become tricky – if your business requires you to meet face to face with others, inviting them into your home isn’t always the most professional or practical option.  This means you could start racking high mileage on your car or catching more public transport to meet customers.

  • You’re always at work – because you live where you work, it can be easy to lose the clear divide between work and home life.  It can be too easy to check your emails late in the evening and you soon find yourself working more hours than you would do working in an office.
  • Friends and Family can be distracting – being at home means people assume you’ve got a flexible working pattern.  They will sometimes see it as an invitation to distract you from your work, maybe they’ve taken the day off their job and want you to go out for lunch with them.  This can be damaging to your workflow and your business, as most people who don’t work from home (your suppliers and customers) will be out of contact after the normal work hours … and if you’ve filled your time with non-business related tasks you miss the opportunity to do business.
  • It takes will power –  it can be hard striking the right balance when working from home.  Battling the natural distractions and working to your optimum proficiency is not a walk in the park.  It might take a while to get the balance right but if you manage it, it can be very rewarding and work in your favour.  Sometimes, to sit in the garden with a cuppa for 10 minutes can help clear your head and provide clarity on something.
  • Planning permission – some types of business run from your home will need planning permission. Read our article on planning permission to find out more.

When deciding if working from home is right for your new business it is advised that you speak to others that you know work from home.  Ask them what advice they would give or if you don’t know anyone, speak to a business mentor or advisor to get an understanding of how effective working from home with your business idea will be.

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Considering business premises
 

Commitment to take on business premises (bought or rented) is a very big decision for a business but especially a start-up.  The considerations required if you decide that business premises are needed are some which should involve thorough research to establish a number of things.

Main areas would be –

  • What are your specific requirements?  Do you need industrial, retail, office or a mix of these?  This helps to immediately narrow your search criteria and saves time looking for, or viewing things that are totally inappropriate.
  • How much space do I need? All aspects of your operation need to be considered from floor space footprints on machinery/equipment to storage areas.  Laying out an ideal floor plan for your business (even office based) will give you a good understanding of the requirements but also the logistics of how your business will work – production flow for example.  Although floor space can be costly, it’s always worth trying to stretch to as much as you can afford.  You may need room for expansion as you become successful and having to relocate later may be prohibitive for various reasons e.g. tied into a long lease or high cost of relocation.
  • Do you have specific Health and Safety needs to consider?  This could revolve around the specific nature of your business but this is something which should never be overlooked and you need to ensure any premises can cater for your needs.
  • Are aesthetics of your business premises important?  Will the appearance of your premises be relevant to the specific venture you are looking to undertake?  Your premises might be the first thing potential customers see and their perception will be influenced by that initial view.  This is more important if clients visit your site but irrespective of this, having a business that projects an outward appearance that inspires confidence is always a good idea.  Equally, keeping the internal appearance clean, tidy and well maintained is important for the well being of staff as well as any customers who might visit.  It’s always nice to show off your business activity in its best light.
  • What will the premises cost?  What is my budget?  Buying and leasing/renting, (unless you can afford to buy outright), immediately add monthly costs to the business, for rent or a commercial mortgage.  In addition to these you need to factor in anything which relates to service charges or utility bills for the premises and either option will invariably incur professional fees for conveyance or lease set up.  Other big considerations on cost are business rates, (check with your local council as these are often subsidised for the first 12 months of occupation and there is also small business rates relief available) and building insurance which can be significant in relation to the overheads your business will have to sustain.
  • Will the business buy or lease?  Buying is sometimes difficult to achieve for a new business unless there is a substantial amount of cash available to allow this.  Typically commercial mortgages will be around 65% loan to value which means a hefty chunk of money is required for the deposit.  Leasing is the most common option and being aware of the terms of the lease is the most important thing.  How many years?  Are you responsible for the maintenance of the property?  Does it include a service charge?  What notice period is required should you decide to relocate?  There are other questions but the main thing is you fully understand your liabilities and obligations around the lease (and your rights) and never sign anything until it has been looked at by your legal professional.  Anything unfairly biased should be walked away from or negotiated out, and you may also be able to agree caveats within the lease that make it more workable e.g. early release from the lease.
  • Do I need planning permission?  Interior work more often than not doesn’t require any planning permission but exterior work often does (depending on size and scale).  Either way it is always wise to check with the local council to ensure you conform to any requirements.  If you are working from home you also need to inform your mortgage provider as well as the local council regulations in regard to planning permission.  In all cases you have a legal responsibility to ensure all work is carried out to conform to building legislation.  In addition, you are also obliged to make reasonable adjustments to the business premises to cater for the safety of staff, customers and visitors.
  • Where do I locate?  Very careful consideration is needed on this point and it very much depends on your specific business and often related to the accessibility required by staff and customers.  Do you need good footfall?  Is it advantageous to be near good road links?  Is it useful to be near my key suppliers?  Will it be accessible for my workforce?  Locations or features normally come at a price and can be commercially advantageous but, alternatively, being more remote may be cheaper and not matter as much as a factor that will drive your success.
  • Does the premises have security or do you need improving?  Security of any property is important and none more so than businesses premises.  Many insurance companies will require a minimum level of security to cover you but it is in your interest to project your property and any valuable business assets you may have.

Once you’ve narrowed down the criteria, you can now consider searching for something that will fit your requirements.  Before you start looking, draw up a list of requirements based on the thoughts above (and anything else you feel is relevant) and, like buying a house, look for something that fits the bill.  It will all help you avoid wasting time spent looking at unsuitable premises.

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Planning permission
 

If you have decided or are seriously considering working from home it is worth noting that some businesses run from home will require you to get planning permission from your local council. There are several reasons as to why your business will need planning permission.

  • No longer prominently a private home – if your home will be used as a workplace for staff, like an events management company where your sales team are based at your home, you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Traffic or people visiting increase – if running your business from home will increase the level of traffic on your street or the number of people visiting your home, maybe you’re holding meetings with multiple people on a regular basis, then you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Unusual for your street – if your business an is unusual activity for your street, hair salon for example on a private residential street would be unusual, then you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Disturbing the neighbourhood – if your business will create disturbances at unreasonable times or create nuisance noises or smells like a building yard or animal farm, you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required

 When it comes to planning advice it is always worth speaking to an expert because you will need to get it right the first time. Don’t let the thought of planning permission put you off investigating your options, in some cases they might advise that planning is not required or alternatively if you don’t think you need planning permission it is still worth asking an expert to have the reassurances.

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Health and safety
 

You must carry out a health and safety risk assessment in the workplace and take action to remove any hazards.

You’ll normally be responsible for:

  • fire safety
  • safety of electrical equipment
  • gas safety - you must maintain equipment according to the manufacturer’s instructions, which could mean an annual inspection by a registered gas safety engineer to make sure appliances and pipework are safe
  • managing asbestos
You’re also responsible for providing:

  • a reasonable temperature
  • enough space, ventilation and lighting
  • toilets and washing facilities
  • drinking water
  • safe equipment
The Health and Safety Executive’s ‘Workplace health, safety and welfare: a short guide’ has more details.

Download ‘Workplace health, safety and welfare: a short guide’ (PDF, 110KB)

Your landlord is responsible for any aspects of health and safety written in the lease (eg in communal areas). You must take reasonable steps to make sure your landlord fulfils these responsibilities.

If you get into a dispute with your landlord, you need to keep paying rent - otherwise you may be evicted.

Repairs and maintenance
 

Your lease should say who is responsible for repairs and maintenance of the property.

Moving out
 

When you move out, you may have to pay for certain repairs, or return the property to the state it was in when you first rented it. The repairs you’ll need to make are called ‘dilapidations’ and should be written in the lease.

Any responsibility not mentioned in the lease will usually be yours as the tenant.

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HGCT 10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Monday 03 December 2018

Interested in finding out more about Huddersfield Giants Community Trust? We are celebrating our 10 year anniversary on Wednesday 19th December 12:30pm-3:30pm and we would love for you to join us at our newly refurbished offices at our home, The Zone. We will be offering tea, coffee, cake, cupcakes and fizz for all! We will also be holding a competition to win 2 x Huddersfield Giants tickets for a game next season. Take a snap on our Polaroid camera, share a post using the hashtag #HGCT10 and help us create a memoir of our event. We also have a ‘Giant’ guest who will be making an appearance, as we have heard he wants to show off his new look too! And…because it is our 10th Anniversary, we are also offering 10% off any food and drink bought at The Zone between Wednesday 19th December and Sunday 23rd December, so please do make the most. We are sure that 2019 is going to be a big year for us all at HGCT as we still have a lot of impending changes. We have 3 brand new exciting additions to The Zone's 10-year-old play structure being installed in the upcoming weeks, including a climbing igloo, an 8m long traverse wall and an elevated net! In January we also have plans for a new servery counter in The Zone, supported by SUEZ Communities Trust. We are also incredibly excited to be working on plans for the introduction of a ‘Clip and Climb’ wall within The Zone…all to be revealed in 2019. In the meantime, we look forward to having your support at our celebrations on the 19th December!
Posted by Huddersfield Giants Community Trust
Huddersfield Tech Firm Announces Pilot Programme to Give the Gift of Connectivity

Friday 23 November 2018

Tech company yboo to launch a new programme helping children get connected to online educational resources. Technology firm, yboo, has announced an educational pilot programme commencing in Honley High school to enhance educational opportunities and bridge the nations digital skills gap by gifting children with the resources to stay connected. In 2018, 1 in 10 households still have no access to the internet with affordability being cited as the main factor (according to the ONS Internet Access – Households and Individuals 2018 report) and as online studying at all levels is growing to become the main educational resource, it is correct to question whether having access to the internet is a right. As Megan Markle recently stated in her most recent royal tour speech, “Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly the education they have the right to receive”. yboo strongly believes that in an era where google scholar is used as the main research tool as opposed to books, connection to the internet at home is VITAL for educational development. With this in mind, yboo have launched the Give the Gift of Connectivity programme in Honley High school with plans to branching out nationwide in 2019. yboo will donate laptops and Huawei MiFi routers which will allow a child to connect to the internet off campus. yboo, which provides a free app to monitor a user's mobile phone signal strength where they work live, work and hang out, has utilised their technology to identify GiffGaff as having the strongest signal strength in the area of the pilot school, resulting in GiffGaff SIM cards being installed in the MiFi devices. The school will be able to loan the devices to children throughout the school year who require access to connectivity. The aim of the programme is to enhance a pupil’s learning experience and increase their confidence in the use of technology. yboo also encourages safe internet usage and will also support the school with technical setup and safeguarding. Mrs Lord, Deputy Head at Honley High School said; “We understand the importance of connectivity and safe online access for students in completing their work in today’s society. We’re delighted to have the opportunity, working with yboo, of obtaining a bookable resource, that will allow students to safely access a world of information to help them complete online research and project work”. Commenting on the pilot programme, yboo’s Campaign Manager, Keely Robinson, said: “yboo is deeply rooted in providing children with the same opportunities that those in our company have. Without access to online resources and the opportunity to develop digital skills, our company wouldn’t even exist. We need to support the next generation in helping them gain the skills required to provide them with a successful future whilst addressing the much talked about digital skills gap. We want children to have the opportunity to become to the next Founder of a big tech company”. To involve your school or if you are interested in supporting the project, contact Keely Robinson via email kr@yboo.co.uk
Posted by KC Communications
A New Home for the Printasys team!

Friday 23 November 2018

Recently we made the decision to find somewhere to set up our base and create a space that allowed us to meet clients, connect with other local businesses and introduce them to CFH Docmail. It was important for us to have a base in the heart of our local town of Huddersfield so we could ensure we feed back into the local economy. We found a perfect solution that allows us the flexibility to meet clients and book out space when we need it. We are excited to announce that our new base is at the excellent 3M Buckley Innovation Centre and we couldn't be happier with our decision as we share the building with over 40 other businesses! We are also very pleased to be connected directly with the University of Huddersfield and we have had the chance to meet many of the academic team and students. We really look forward to working with them on projects in the future. Are you local or in the area? It would be great to see anyone who wants to learn more about what we do, or just to have a coffee and a chat. Let us know and we can book a time that works best for you! Get in touch: brian@printasys.co.uk or john@printasys.co.uk
Posted by Printasys Ltd
Bee Outdoor become latest HGCT Partner

Monday 19 November 2018

Bee Outdoor become the latest business to join Huddersfield Giants Community Trust’s network of Official Partners. We are delighted to announce that we are the Official Charity Partner of Bee Outdoor. The announcement comes only weeks after Yorkshire based company Bee Outdoor launched their iconic Digital 48 Sheet screen on the exterior of Huddersfield’s premier retail destination, Kingsgate Shopping Centre. Managing Director, Alex Simpson commented: “We are very proud to become Official Partners with Huddersfield Giants Community Trust and for the Trust to be our Official Charity for the next 12 months. The Trust does some great work within Huddersfield and its surrounding areas. Sports and education have been a fundamental part of my life and journey in establishing Bee Outdoor, I am extremely proud to be able to support a charity that is driving the importance of sports and education in the local community.” Commenting on the partnership, Huddersfield Giants Community Trust’s Chief Exec Lisa Darwin said: “I am incredibly excited to be working with such a young, enthusiastic and creative new business. Their enthusiasm to work with local companies is uplifting. Also, a former University of Huddersfield Alumni, our Marketing & Communications Manager Grace Lenihan recognises the importance of building the awareness of our new brand and putting it at the forefront of the local community. Working with Bee Outdoor, we now have the ability to reach at least 500,000 vehicles and 100,000 people a week, which is huge for us.
Posted by Huddersfield Giants Community Trust
NCS South Africa Pledge To Work Scheme

Wednesday 31 October 2018

Powered by Huddersfield Giants Community Trust, The National Citizen Service are supporting 7 dedicated graduates from their 2018 programme to fundraise for an opportunity of a lifetime. Working in collaboration with Adventure for Students, the participants are working hard to raise funds to finance a volunteering trip to South Africa in the Easter holidays of 2019. In partnership with Green Sleeves Children’s Trust, the participants will support the charity by working towards renovating a school building and orphanage over a 2 week period. The aim of their work is to significantly improve an education establishment that can support with the education of young children and nannies with their incredibly challenging job roles. The Pledge to Work Scheme requires 7 businesses or organisations in Kirklees to support each young person with a 200 hour work placement and a donation of £1500 to their voluntary experience to South Africa. The role can be completely bespoke, whether it be general administration, event support or shadowing, all graduates are dedicated and keen to lend a helping hand. NCS Manager Katy Stockdale commented, “The calibre of volunteers is overwhelming, we have aspiring aerospace technicians and engineers to mention but a few, that are passionate about lending a helping hand wherever needed. One thing they all are is dedicated, with the same end goal, to support local businesses wherever needed. The young people have each completed 30 hours plus volunteering as part of the programme and were hand-picked by NCS to further their skills through the graduates programme. ” All graduates are aged between 17 and 18 years old and have volunteered their own time to dedicate a minimum of 200 working hours to local companies over a maximum of a 10 month period. With a mature, dedicated and incredibly strong work ethic, all graduates are on track to achieving their fundraising goal, and making a difference to a worthwhile cause. What will your business receive? • 1 x Graduate • 200 hours of work • Your company logo on South Africa T-shirts • An opportunity to help orphaned children in South Africa • A feature in the PR wrap up of South Africa trip • A number of social media features on HGCT social media (to over 7K followers) • Your company logo featured on Huddersfield Giants Community Trust website • Invitations to future NCS Events • Pitch side advertising within The Zone • 10 x Free Play Vouchers for The Zone • Screen advertising within The Zone • Invitation to a celebration event at a Huddersfield Giants game If you would like to support a graduate in taking part in a once in a lifetime opportunity, please contact NCS Manager, Katy Stockdale katy@hgct.co.uk / 01484 442238 for more details.
Posted by Huddersfield Giants Community Trust
Ambitious Yorkshire Tech Firm Expands with Six New Recruits

Friday 12 October 2018

Huddersfield-based tech firm, yboo, has recruited six new staff as the company continues its ambitious growth strategy to bring the money saving app to 60m smartphone users in the UK. Loren Birkett, Keely Robinson, Josh Hoyle, Helen Cullinane, Mike Constantinou and Phil Kershaw all join the firm to raise the profile of yboo in the UK and launch a range of new features within the app to help Consumers understand more and get the right mobile deal for them. New features include detailed signal strength measurements where users live, work and hang out and rewards for sharing yboo or switching networks via yboo. Loren, a graduate of Huddersfield University, joins as Social Media Manager and will be delivering campaigns to ensure yboo is able to listen to and understand what Consumers want and need. This will drive the launch of new yboo products in Q1 of 2019. Keely, a graduate of Cardiff Metropolitan University, joins as Affinity and Affiliate Campaign Manager. Keely will be focussing on delivering yboo Social Responsibility activity including working with schools to ensure families without broadband have access to yboo mobile broadband devices. Josh joins as Project Developer, leading a website redesign and yboo outreach to Consumers raising the profile of the yboo brand both Nationally and Internationally as yboo moves into new markets and new verticals. While Helen, who has 20 years’ experience in the telecoms industry, joins as Head of Delivery. Helen will be responsible for implementing a governance structure and ensuring people, processes and technology come together elegantly to support yboo growth. Mike and Phil are talented developers with a passion for solving real problems using cutting-edge technology to process and understand millions of events and bring real value to Consumers and Mobile Operators alike. Founder and CEO Martyn Gould said of yboo’s new recruits: “I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Loren, Keely, Josh, Helen, Mike and Phil to the yboo team. Each person brings something different, new skills and new views. We now have a great blend of experience and talented youth as yboo continues its rapid ascendancy. yboo is the only product that recommends on price and service quality saving the average Consumer £156/year with zero effort. We compare 300,000 deals across the whole of the UK market in seconds giving Consumers real benefit and matching them to the best deal based on their unique usage pattern and behaviour. The firm continues to recruit for additional staff to support its future development strategy which includes the delivery of an insight portal launching in early November. The portal will provide anonymised data to enable mobile network operators to fix blackspots in network coverage and build dynamic products to bring better value to the Consumers they wish to target. For more information visit www.yboo.co.uk or follow on twitter @yboouk
Posted by KC Communications
Huddersfield-based money-saving firm to expand to Australia

Thursday 06 September 2018

Technology firm, yboo, are looking to launch their SIM Only deal comparison app in Australia in 2019 as their plans for global expansion continue. The company, founded in 2016 by Martyn Gould and Paul Doyle, is building a team in Australia in conjunction with the Department of International Trade, and are currently assessing the market with an anticipated launch of early 2019. yboo is an app which aims to prevent mobile phone users in the UK from overpaying by monitoring the consumer’s usage and suggesting the best SIM Only deals for them. yboo are seeding a market from the UK using advanced software to engage with and poll Australian consumers. The company has identified Australia as a potential opportunity because of its unique geography, which causes a lot of issues with mobile coverage due to the sheer bulk and scarcity of the land. Martyn Gould, yboo’s Founder, commented on the expansion plans: “We’re building the value and reach of yboo as we take our unique offering to hundreds of millions of consumers across the globe. So far, the expansion has gone really smooth, and the DIT have been particularly supportive.” “We’ve always been determined to solve problems for the 60million consumers in the UK and the hundreds of millions of consumers all over the world. "There is little competition in the Australian marketplace which means that consumers overpay for mobile services by hundreds of dollars every year. We are empowering consumers to make the decision to expand in Australia for us – which is a pretty unique approach.”
Posted by KC Communications
New Recruits Join Moneysaving App Firm

Monday 13 August 2018

Technology firm, yboo, have smashed growth targets over the last month which has resulted in the recruitment of a new Project Manager, Gabrielle Caves, along with a Social Media Intern, which has resulted in the need for an office expansion. Gabby will be working on engaging the end user and recording their experiences, as the firm strives to bring their app to 60m smartphone users in the UK. Gabby previously worked in financial services attracting the attention of millions of consumers to competitive mortgage deals despite each consumer’s unique circumstances. The firm, which was founded in 2016 by Martyn Gould and Paul Doyle, are also looking to recruit three software developers to join their growing team. The additional recruits have meant that yboo have had to expand their office space in Holmfirth to ensure they can deliver on further growth targets and support their international expansion. Martyn Gould, Founder of yboo commented: “In the last few months we have gone from strength to strength; in addition to our recent investment announcement, we have taken on Gabby – who I’m sure will be a huge asset to the yboo team. We have always been committed to bringing job opportunities into the Holme Valley, and with the need to further recruit for software developers and a social media intern, we have expanded our office space in Holmfirth.” “Exceeding our growth plans for this month means that we are on track to pursue our international expansion plans in the Middle East and in Australia over the next year. In addition, we will be launching our B2B portal this month which we anticipate will have a huge impact on UK mobile operators and their propositions” yboo is a mobile phone application that compares SIM only deals from the UK mobile market by measuring consumer usage to match them with the best deal and saves the UK consumer on average £156 per year on their mobile phone bill.
Posted by KC Communications
Huddersfield Aesthetics Clinic Relocates to Meet Demand

Thursday 09 August 2018

Huddersfield businesswoman and registered nurse prescriber, Jen Vittanuova has relocated her town-centre based clinic, Pretty Machine Aesthetics, to support demand for results-based non-surgical aesthetic treatments. The exclusive clinic which has relocated to Heritage Exchange in Lindley has undergone extensive renovation to meet the standards suited to treatments available, in terms of medical safety and any aesthetic risks associated with the procedure, as well as client comfort and confidentiality. The clinic specialises in a range of non-surgical treatments such as wrinkle smoothing, dermal fillers, lip augmentations, skin needling and chemical peels. It also stocks a range of clinician led skincare. With the addition of two further therapists the clinic will also offer internationally reknowned Deluxe Brows Microblading, and the latest innovation in tattoo and permanent make up removal, known as Pigment Off; the treatment has no requirement for the use of lasers and is ideal for all skin types. Laser hair removal using the Aesthetic Industry Award winning Soprano Ice machine will also be available.. A Registered Nurse Prescriber with more than eighteen years’ experience working for both the NHS and some of the UK’s most prestigious private clinics and hospitals, Jen is a strong supporter of the Safety in Beauty campaign, which raises awareness of malpractice in the beauty and aesthetics industry. She is also a member of the BACN (British Academy of Aesthetic Nurses) which operate a strict code of conduct to ensure safety within the industry. Commenting on the relocation, Jen Vittanuova said: “Having run private clinics across the UK, the time was right to grow the clinic in my home town. In recent years demand for services has increased dramatically and it is important that people opting to undergo non-surgical treatments have somewhere safe that they can go. We believe that providing a luxury environment for our clients is important. We are aiming for the highest standards, reflected in our treatments and our staff within the clinic. The clinic has great transport links and is easily accessible via the M62.compressed Pretty Machine Aesthetics also run clinics in Leeds, Birmingham, and Harley Street in London.
Posted by KC Communications
Edward's Kitchen are hiring!

Monday 30 July 2018

Edward's Kitchen are expanding their team and are looking for a part-time counter assistant. Candidates must have previous experience and live in the HD2 area. This is a great opportunity for those looking to earn some extra money with the hourly rate £7.83 All those who are interested please email gabby_holdsworth@hotmail.co.uk for more information
Posted by Edward's Fish & Chip Kitchen
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