Jelly press release

Jelly press release

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I wrote this press release for the first Frome Jelly and sent it to the local paper.

You are welcome to copy and amend it for your own Jelly:

Free Jelly for Home Workers

A little bit of New York is coming to Frome in November with a free Jelly event for home workers at The Old Church School on Butts Hill, following the success of a similar event in Bath last month.

Jelly was started in New York three years ago by a couple of IT freelancers working from home who felt the need to get out more. Described by its founders as a casual working event where people come together to work for the day, it is being organised by Judy Heminsley whose book Work from Home was published earlier this year.

‘Isolation is one of the biggest challenges of working from home,’ she says, ‘Jelly is a friendly way for home workers to get out of their home office for a change of scene, a good chat and a shot of inspiration.’

Free wi-fi access will be provided by The Old Church School, which provides another alternative to working from home in the form of rented desks and office space.

Frome Jelly will take place between 10 am and 2 pm on Tuesday 17 November. For more information go to Judy Heminsley’s website Eight free places will be available from 3 November at

Editors’ Notes

For more information/comment/interviews etc contact:
Judy Heminsley, 01373 473223 or

Judy Heminsley is the author of Work from Home, published by How To Books, and available from bookshops and Amazon. She gives talks and workshops on how to get the best from working from home, and works one-to-one with individuals to set up their home office or increase effectiveness. Her website is

The Old Church School is run by Forward Space and offers affordable office space for small businesses from a single desk for five hours a month to a full-time self-contained studio office, all bookable online at