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Amazing new job opportunity with Fries Guys

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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:

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County Council funding still available for community groups in West Sussex

More than £92,000 has been pledged to projects on the platform so far, with 17 projects reaching their fundraising goal.

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West Sussex County Council have today announced community groups have just over two weeks to upload their ideas for crowdfunded projects in the latest round of county council funding.

Thousands of pounds is being made available to worthwhile community projects across the county thanks to The West Sussex Crowd.

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This crowdfunding platform gives members of the public, businesses and West Sussex County Council the opportunity to pledge money to groups in need of funds.

Project creators have until Monday 8 October to upload their ideas and begin fundraising in order to qualify for the next round of county council Community Initiative Funding.

So far more than £92,000 has been pledged to projects on the platform with 17 projects successfully reaching their fundraising goal.

These include Selsey Care Shop which supports carers and the elderly, The Regis School of Music which hosts support groups, language classes and music lessons, The Quarry Café in East Grinstead and Worthing Mental Health Awareness Week.

Debbie Kennard, Cabinet Member for Safer, Stronger Communities, said:

“We have already seen such a range of brilliant projects hit their targets thanks to pledges from members of the public and the county council’s Community Initiative Fund.

“I would encourage more groups to take full advantage of this opportunity by uploading their ideas to The Crowd and start fundraising before the 8 October, to make sure they are eligible for our funding.”

Earlier this month, a number of free clinics offering 1-2-1 project advice were held by local community and voluntary sector organisations in partnership with the county council and crowdfunding partner, Spacehive.

One more clinic will take place this week:

• Crawley project clinic, Wednesday 26 September (midday-4pm) at Crawley Library. To book a place, visit ‘News & Events’ on The Crowd.

The county council’s Community Initiative Fund replaces its previous funding initiatives including the Small Grants Fund and the Members’ Big Society Fund. It will be allocated at County Local Committee (CLC) meetings throughout the year.

For more information visit www.westsussexcrowd.org.uk

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