Jelly – Work, chat, collaborate….
Jelly days are for co-working (working alongside other people for a change), not networking (going to meetings to promote your business) but you can find out at Jelly days about local networking groups and co-working locations are very often community hubs – like The Coffee Barn at Holly Farm Garden Centre where Whitchurch Jelly is held on the first Tuesday of every month.
If you have recently moved to Shropshire you might be glad of some local information. Several Jelly goers also organise local networking events – like Sally Joyner of In The Loop who helps people with hearing difficulties. She organises the Shrewsbury WiRE networking group at HITZone, 1 Sweetlake Court, SY3 9GE on the last Wednesday of every month. Cost £3.50 for members and £5.00 for non members. Book with Sally Joyner via email: [email protected]
New Business Network meets regularly on the first and third Tuesday of every month at South Cheshire College, Dane Bank Avenue, Crewe, CW2 8AB Cost £10.00 Contact Sue Roberts 07715 170519
Collaborative Networking meets on a Wednesday at The Hill Valley Hotel, Whitchurch, SY13 4HA
Cost £3.00 To book email [email protected]
Network with Style meets at The Lord Hill Hotel, SY2 6AX once a month usually on a Tuesday Cost £8.50
Book via website: www.networkwithstyle.com
INC Shropshire meets fortnightly on Wednesdays at Hawkstone Park Hotel, Weston-under-Redcastle, SY4 5UY Cost £10.00 includes a bacon bap. Email [email protected]shropshire.co.uk
For full information, times, and forthcoming dates visit www.thelbc.org.uk/networkingnews/
Holly Farm is a real community hub – employing local people and supporting local events like Blackberry Fair: Thursday – Saturday 5th – 7th October Contact Steve M: 0777 304 7744 or E: [email protected]
The next Whitchurch Jelly is on Tuesday, 1st August 10.00 am – 3.00 pm but you don’t have to stay all day, call in for a coffee and see what co-working is like. Jelly co-working days are free to attend. For further information visit:
Published in the September edition of the Whitchurch Gossip