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  1. I have a business opportunity for an ambitious and energetic person, able to repair shoes, cut keys, engrave, and replace watch batteries, who would like to run their own business. It’s in Sidcup , Kent.
  2. Most of you are aware of the circumstances that led me from being a self employed shoe repairer to the work I now do, with my wife, visiting schools nationally and sharing our Jimmy's story. www.forjimmy.org We are so grateful for the continued help given to the charity, via the forum, by our fellow trades people.The charity is now my full time work and of course the business is still ongoing, but it's now some two years since I cut a key or repaired a shoe. I have granted a licence for someone to run the business as their own, however they now want to move on, and I need to find a solution. I am completely open to suggestions from either buying the business, or some form of licence , or indeed some form of trading together. It is a very well established business in a central high street position, (Sidcup) with a separate entranced two bedroom flat above. It is very profitable, especially for a working owner. I am happy to listen to any proposal and give more information. However I don't want to do this via the forum, but would ask if you would like to propose something please e mail me first. This is a great opportunity for someone to run their own business, and how that might look is for someone to be inventive. barry@forjimmy.org
  3. Dear All We just wanted to say a huge thank you from us all at For Jimmy for your continued support. To have your help and support means so much to us. We would like to keep you up to date on what we have been achieving as a charity. As you know 2018 was the 10th Anniversary of Jimmy's untimely death. In the past decade, we have been working tirelessly to build safe communities for our children to grow up in. In 2018 we worked directly with 11,275 young people, 458 young people completed our flagship Safe Havens Programme, 10,620 people heard Mizen family talk, 28 Young Citizens are taking responsibility in their community, 149 young people discussed their safety concerns in our Safety Conferences. As a result of our Safe Havens programme, 50% of children feel safer. We would not be able to achieve any of these without the help of our supporters such as yourselves. We also wanted to inform you that our annual walk, Walking For Jimmy is approaching. On 25th May hundreds of For Jimmy supporters will be walking from Richmond to Tower Bridge to show their continued support. If you would like to take part please click here. Once again thank you very much for all your help. Best wishes For Jimmy Team. Walking For Jimmy Poster 2019-V2.pdf
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