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Ho ho and thrice ho !

Here in your virtual office based in Market Harborough Many Hands Make is waiting to help you with your admin while you’re out doing what you do. Don’t think Many Hands Make are just looking for the big jobs – we do one-off typing jobs, once a year updates and we’ll...

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The X Tractor keeps rolling towards you!

The X Tractor keeps rolling towards you! Here in your virtual office based in Market Harborough Many Hands Make can help as that X Tractor rolls towards you, accelerating towards December 25th. Whatever your business you will probably need to take the opportunity to...

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How can Many Hands Make – your virtual office help you?

A question for you …………… How can Many Hands Make – your virtual office help you? Short answer………. So many ways…… Here in your virtual office based in Market Harborough Many Hands Make provide holiday cover because we want your business to succeed too. With people now...

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Who are you going to call?

So you’re going away From the neighbourhood Who you gonna call ? ……………. MANY HANDS MAKE….. your virtual office Yes – holiday cover – here in your virtual office based in Market Harborough Many Hands Make provide holiday cover because we want your business to succeed...

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to tweet or not to tweet – quite a big question ….

I saw a really good re-tweet (RT) the other day:- Social media is like teen sex, everyone wants to do it. No one actually knows how. When done, they're surprised it's not better @avinash If you don’t know the terminology, recognise the syntax or know what I’m rattling...

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Time flies by ….

Is it two weeks since I reported the stunning success of Many Hands Make – your virtual office in completing our 10km walk and boosting our fundraising total for the Race for Life? We are STILL chasing elusive sponsors (you know who you are) so the total may still...

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Flushed with success ….

Many Hands Make – your virtual office are flushed with success at completing our 10km walk and boosting our fundraising total for the Race for Life. We are chasing elusive sponsors (you know who you are) so the total is still rising. See our Cancer Research UK page...

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Cancer Research UK

In memory of both dads lost last year Many Hands Make are taking part in the Race for Life tomorrow in Western Park, Leicester. We have passed our target of £1000 and the total is still rising. Please see our Cancer Research UK fundraising page for the latest total...

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Coffee morning (should be called chocolate morning) ….

The Many Hands Make charity coffee morning featuring chocolate fondue fountain (as snapped below) was well attended and boosted our fundraising for the Race for Life. We have passed our target of £1000 and the total is still rising - excellent- see our Cancer Research...

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Photography killed the radio star ….

Friend of Many Hands Make the famous Brian Davies of Mad Photography was on the radio station Heart Northants. We didn’t get the opportunity to listen to it, and details are sketchy but reading their breakfast prog blog reveals that Brian is a Speedo wearer and it was...

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Madness, madness ….

One of Many Hands Make’s clients asked if we knew a good photographer and we had no hesitation in putting forward Mad Photography who cover Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and surrounding areas to do a shoot at Pitsford. Brian, the main MAD man, is a true...

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I predict a riot .. and it’s scary

Headline news – Rachel has gained a Chocolate Fondue Fountain and the riot predicted may take place at the Many Hands Make coffee morning on 25th June, proceeds going to Cancer Research UK. Otherwise in the virtual world of Many Hands Make it’s been an odd couple of...

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Race for Life Coffee Morning

As you may, or may not, be aware myself, Pat and my thirteen year old daughter are walking 10k for Cancer Research in the Race for Life in Leicester on the 10th July 2010.  To raise extra donations we are holding a coffee morning at Barking House on the 25th June 2010...

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