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Greetings, this web domain name was purchased by Bob way back in 1995 with the idea that it would be great if jobseekers could click on their postcode district to find out what vacancies were on their doorstep.  There were encouraging signs to begin with producing the following testimonials:-

 

‘I have to say the response from your site has been excellent, and the calibre of people

applying has been very good’.   Fairmile Hotel.

 

‘very encouraging.   I hope the site will go from strength to strength.’  BUPA Care Homes .

 

‘we had 8 replies, filled the vacancy and we will certainly use WALKTOWORK again.’  Portofino Fine Linens.

 

'Just to advise that the position has now been filled - thanks to you.'  Lloyds Pharmacy.

 

'It's been a while since I was desperate for staff but here I am again.

Please could I post a vacancy on your wonderful site'  Premier Lodge.

 

 

However, clearly the dream has not yet, for various reasons, come to pass.  And despite the multitude of all singing all dancing websites now out there, in my view, the ‘dream’ has yet to be realised.

 

In May 2015 it became the vehicle for ‘Bob’s Blog’ which you are welcome to peruse.  It tries not to be introspective, embarrass anyone or use bad language but occasionally fails on all counts, sorry.

 

Contact is robertcjones@live.co.uk

 

Thank you and have a nice day.

 

Bob Jones  November 2019

 

P.S. Content and layout, I think you will find, improve with time.

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