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STUDENT WORKERS DULWICH AND HERNE HILL
Posted by: Roman Bolton 25 July, 2018 09:04

Hello all!

I represent a body of students and young people from Herne Hill who are interested in carrying out odd-jobs over the summer.

If you need something doing that you haven't got round to, that perhaps doesn't require a professional contractor, then please consider contacting us! Whether it's a bit of manual labour, cleaning, or childcare, we can guarantee we have someone that has the necessary experience to help you, and will carry out the job responsibly.

All of the students on our books have carried out countless services in Herne Hill (references available), such as:

Childcare, Manual Labour (Gardening, Moving heavy furniture etc), Catering Services, Tech Support, Cleaning and Dog-Walking.

Students are home from university for the holidays or have just finished their A-Levels, they all need to make some money to help them last the summer. They are easy to communicate with, have reasonable rates and will be grateful for the work.

Whether you need something doing, or if you just want to hear what the project is about and the reasons behind it, drop me an email at studentworkersuk@gmail.com or reply to this thread, I'll be happy to tell you more about how it works.

Thank you so much,

Roman Bolton


Zoology Student at The University of Southampton



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 30/07/2018 11:15 by Roman Bolton.

Re: STUDENT WORKERS DULWICH AND HERNE HILL
Posted by: Dulwwichdamzel 25 July, 2018 18:58

Hi Roman

great idea, I am in need of someone to undertake some cleaning for me as my regular lady is off on holidays

I would be looking at about 4 hours this Friday morning and similar next Friday.

Would you have anyone who could help?

Kind regards

Hilary

Re: STUDENT WORKERS DULWICH AND HERNE HILL
Posted by: purrgon 26 July, 2018 08:55

Good morning Roman
Sounds great, I need someone to collect from me donations to charity shop. Prerferably Cancer Research Crystal Palace. Please pm me
Sandra

Re: STUDENT WORKERS DULWICH AND HERNE HILL
Posted by: purrgon 28 July, 2018 11:00

Roman came to my house today to pick up some bags to take to Cancer Reasearch Chairty shop at Crystal Palace. A Charming young man, who explaineed to me that the idea of Student helpers was his idea and has started a network servicing the people of Herne Hill and Dulwich who need help with almost anything, to help raise money for the students involved for when they return to University.

A cracking idea, a very enterprising group. Well worth a try. highly reccommended.

Purrgon



Roman Bolton Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Hello all!
>
> I represent a body of students and young people
> from Herne Hill who are interested in carrying out
> odd-jobs over the summer.
>
> If you need something doing that you haven't got
> round to, that perhaps doesn't require a
> professional contractor, then please consider
> contacting us! Whether it's a bit of manual
> labour, cleaning, or childcare, we can guarantee
> we have someone that has the necessary experience
> to help you, and will carry out the job
> responsibly.
>
> All of the students on our books have carried out
> countless services in Herne Hill (references
> available), such as:
>
> Childcare, Manual Labour (Gardening, Moving heavy
> furniture etc), Catering Services, Tech Support,
> Cleaning and Dog-Walking.
>
> Students are home from university for the holidays
> or have just finished their A-Levels, they all
> need to make some money to help them last the
> summer. They are easy to communicate with, have
> reasonable rates and will be grateful for the
> work.
>
> Whether you need something doing, or if you just
> want to hear what the project is about and the
> reasons behind it, drop me an email at
> boltonroman37@gmail.com or reply to this thread,
> I'll be happy to tell you more about how it works.
>
>
> Thank you so much,
>
> Roman Bolton
>
>
> Zoology Student at The University of Southampton



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