There is a brand new food outlet opening in Crawley and it is sheer YUM!
The Fries Guys are opening their amazing new site this week and they need you!
Jobs are available and if you like fries well the this will be heaven for you!
Check out just one of their deli-style fries you can get:
In their own words:
“We’re on the hunt for people who are passionate, outgoing and can work in a fast paced environment.
Fries Guy is a small company but we’re onto something big!
Our brand is exciting and fun (what’s the point if it’s not fun?) and everyone loves our food.
We want people that can share our passion for our tasty loaded fries and can give our customers the kind of service they want to come back for.
If you take pride in being exceptional and want to work somewhere that makes you feel great then get in touch with Jim and Mat, the Fries guys, and come chat with us about this exciting opportunity.
Our mission is to be known as the most loved Loaded Fries Company.
Come and help us share the love!”
You can find out more information all about Fries Guys at their website and if you would like more information on the jobs and to apply then fill out the form below:
West Sussex’s exciting new crowdfunding platform
From a local event or festival to bringing a disused space back to life, West Sussex has a new way to fund and support local projects.
Have you ever had an idea that you think would be fantastic for your local area but struggle when it comes to funding the project? Don’t panic. There’s a new way to get the funding.
West Sussex Crowd is a new crowdfunding platform where you can share your community idea and offer neighbours, local businesses and other interested parties the opportunity to pledge their support to make your idea a reality.
Ideas can now be uploaded online at www.westsussexcrowd.org.uk
Debbie Kennard, Cabinet Member for Safer, Stronger Communities, said:
“This is a really exciting time for groups and projects in West Sussex.
“If you have an idea which will benefit your community, whether it’s a renovation project, a festival or even equipment for a club, then upload it to West Sussex Crowd.
“Groups have already put started using the site and I hope we will see many more crowdfunding campaigns launch on there soon.”
West Sussex County Council is making £330,000 Community Initiative Fund available to pledge to projects on the site.
This will replace its previous funding initiatives including the Small Grants Fund and the Members’ Big Society Fund.
Free events for groups with project ideas who would like to start crowdfunding will run in each District and Borough area during May.
Places can be booked here:
• Mid Sussex Community Workshop, Monday 14th May, 10am – 12noon
• Chichester Community Workshop, Tuesday 15th May, 9.30am – 11.30am
• Horsham Community Workshop, Thursday 17th May, 10am – 12noon
• Crawley Community Workshop, Thursday 17th May, 2pm – 4pm
• Arun Community Workshop, Friday 18th May, 10am – 12noon
• Adur/Worthing Community Workshop, Friday 18th May, 2pm – 4pm
Those who have a project idea but are unable to attend an event are encouraged to register for one of these free webinars:
• Royal Society of Arts Online Crowdfunding Workshop (with Spacehive taking part), Thursday 19th April, 6pm – 7pm
• Spacehive’s Webinar: How to run an awesome crowdfunding campaign, Wednesday 25th April, 12noon – 1pm
A formal launch event will take place on Wednesday 9 May from 5.30pm to 7pm at St. Paul’s, Worthing.
To find out more and to upload your project to West Sussex Crowd, visit: www.westsussexcrowd.org.uk
If you have further queries about getting started or would like to discuss your project ideas, please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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