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Mary Straker
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I am an experienced PA and Office Manager. I can bring order to your life!
Capable of organising your office, life, projects and events.

I am organised, efficient and practical with lots of common sense. I have worked for a number of years as a PA in numerous industries to Chairmen and Chief Executives. More recently I have been working in a busy customer services department dealing directly with the public. I am happy to come in on a project by project basis or more regularly.

Katy McIntyre Brown
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I'm a botanical artist offering murals and botanical paintings for the home.

With a masters in textile design and 10 years of professional experience painting plants, flowers and birds, I am offering to hand paint small designs or whole walls of botanicals. I can work on site or on wallpapers in my studio, which are then installed in the home or business location.

Whizz, Crunch, Grow
Our ambition is to inspire all ages to find enjoyment from spending time in the kitchen. Students will learn to understand where ingredients come from and how to use the best of that season’s produce to cook simple but delicious food.

At each WCG workshop, run in the familiar surroundings of a private home, our students will be required to roll up their sleeves and get their hands sticky in learning new techniques. We encourage and teach them to touch, smell and taste the produce as they cook to ensure their creations are delicious. Our mutual adoration and fascination for food, discovered and discussed over countless cups of coffee and hours of dog walking, led to the creation of WCG, an outlet for us to share our experience and knowledge with children and young adults.

Lucy the Cook is a freelance cook of 15 years with a wonderfully loyal client base. Lucy loves using seasonal produce wherever possible and her menus reflect this. She lives with her husband Ollie of The Cumbrian Sausage Company and their two little dogs. Prior to cooking Lucy taught in a nursery school, and away from the kitchen loves picking flowers, dog walking and travelling.

Heidi is the owner of Cellar & Pantry which provides flavoursome cooking and fabulous wines to private clients. Cellar & Pantry also hosts and cooks for Pop-up Cafés, Restaurants and Wine Tasting events. When not in the kitchen, Heidi is found working with her much adored flock of sheep (producing delicious lamb to cook with), tending her vegetable patch and helping on the family farm.

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An uplifting massage for both face and mind. Rejuvenation from inside out. No oils or creams are used simply the power of touch. This very relaxing face massage works deeply into the connective tissue and muscles of the face and neck releasing tension and boosting the natural production of collagen and elastin. At the same time it works very gently but intensely on the parasympathetic nervous system giving a deep sense of relaxation. Clients leave the massage bed feeling radiant and looking years younger. The face is uplifted. Wrinkles lessened and the skin speaks for itself - radiating health and well being.

How it works is quite simple. The face and neck have a structure similar to the rest of the body - and the face requires the same attention to keep fit and healthy. The massage techniques used help to increase circulation, promoting oxygenation of facial muscles and tissues and paving the way for nutrients to flow through clean blood plasma, resulting in nourished, smoother and rejuvenated skin. Facial massage also decreases anxiety and can improve a negative mood. The deep relaxation created by a Yuva massage gives an increased sense of wellbeing both in mind and body. The massage itself lasts for 75 minutes.

Nowadays, everyone is always switched ‘on’, always connected, all the time. We don’t take the time to stop and recover. As a result, we all spend too much time in our sympathetic nervous system (the fight/flight branch of the nervous system), while our parasympathetic branch (where the body goes to rest and repair) is mostly ignored. The aim of a Yuva facial massage is to redress the balance, tipping clients out of their switched on/busy mode and getting their bodies to simply ‘idle’ for a while.

Practices in Castle Cary, Somerset and Chelsea SW3, London

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Organise My Books – Karen Russell MAAT
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Bookkeeper and Accountant for small and start up businesses. Certified Xero Silver Partner.

I have been working in Admin and Bookkeeping for the last 20 years and qualified as a Licenced Accountant with the AAT in 2016. I offer practical support and advice to my clients as well as providing bookkeeping, accounting, payroll and Xero software training services for sole trader, partnerships and limited companies.

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Georgina Robson Mediation
I offer mediation and dispute resolution. Mediation is suitable at any point in a dispute and is invaluable in helping people to resolve differences and move forward in many difficult circumstances including when they separate or divorce, when they have fallen out with their neighbours, when they have been denied access to grandchildren or when there has been family breakdown over a will. As a mediator I am entirely impartial and act as a neutral third party to help negotiate a settlement. As a person, I am approachable, quick to understand a situation, a great listener and I really want to help.

When things are really stuck and there seems to be no way forward in a dispute, mediation can provide a way forward. It gives you the opportunity to sit down together somewhere comfortable and neutral with an impartial third party to try to talk things through. It sounds so simple but it may well feel fraught with risk and I do not underestimate that. My job is to create and manage that environment to support you both so that you can work out your own agreement. The beauty of mediation is that no one tells you what to do, or comes up with an order that you need to abide by but which you may well feel is not the best possible outcome. Instead through careful, thoughtful discussion where tempers are not allowed to fray you can work towards resolving the dispute and potentially maintaining at the very least some semblance of a relationship afterwards. Mediation is cheaper, quicker and more likely to produce a more acceptable outcome than pursuing each other through the courts. The process is confidential and without prejudice. It is also voluntary; the very fact that you choose mediation is some step towards trying to sort things out.

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