NO Normandy Jelly is not a new delight from a kitchen in the north of France, but a casual monthly co-working event, where homeworkers, freelancers, small business owners and office based people can drop in.
Judy Mansfield is the driving force behind Normandy Jelly and hopes people will pass on tips and even collaborate on new projects and ideas.
"It's a way of getting out of your home office and getting on with some work in a friendly environment," Judy said.
"Jelly is not about meeting clients, pitching your business or trying to sell - anyone blatantly doing this will not be popular.
"It is more if you ever feel isolated in your home or work office and want to meet some other like-minded people in a different work environment, then Jelly is for you.
"It's free, so I hope people jump on in and give it a try."
The Normandy Jelly groups joins Languedoc Jelly, which launched earlier this year, and in total six groups across France, with the original Jelly meet-ups starting in the US.
The first Normandy Jelly meet-up takes place on Thursday May 26, 2011 between 10am and 4pm at Montbosq, 14350 St Martin des Besaces (Just off J42 of A84), to book a place see Normandy Jelly Coworking Event.
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