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Sunday, 17 May 2009

Trading Places

So, the former Intoto Kitchens on the corner of Westbury Hill and Cambridge Crescent (map here) has ceased to be a franchise and has become an owner-operated business Kitchens by Design.

As I was busy recovering from the exertions of changing a light bulb at the time (and fusing the entire upstairs lighting ring in the process), I missed the grand opening of the new business which took place yesterday afternoon and which was attended by ITV presenter Peter Rowell (pictured).

Inspired by the fact that the above local media personality (Trym Tales has learned) charges between £1,000 and £3,000 for his services, I've decided to enter the world of after dinner speaking and opening of village fetes.

Trym Tales can therefore exclusively reveal that Westbury on Tyrm's leading independent online media outlet would like to offer the services of yours truely to cut ribbons, present oversize cheques and smile at the camera for your local community or business event.

£50 per event (plus a pie and chips) is all I charge to add that unique combination of transatlantic charm and sophistication to your event.







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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

no chance!

atlanticwriter said...

OK.

Maybe I'll go without the pie.

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