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May 15, 2009, Press Dispensary. Householders can now do their daily chores online with the launch of UK community networking site, . Designed to take the pressure off professional people - who don’t have time to wash the car or cut the hedge - users can advertise any odd job, big or small, and watch their neighbours bid for the work. The site also provides young people with new opportunities for earning money in their free time.

Mike Kellond, creator of, says: “We all wish away the washing, ignore the ironing or try distance ourselves from decorating. With there are plenty of ways to get those niggling jobs done without any stress.”

New users can register for free online at Once registered users can then post as many jobs as they require and need only pay the agreed fee to their successful bidder on completion of the work. Features of the site include a rating system for both the advertiser and bidder to allow users to choose the person that best matches their requirements.

Mike concludes: “The idea came about because my two teenage sons kept asking for pocket money, and I wanted to find new ways for them to earn it. With, professional people can advertise jobs completely free of charge and find suitable young people in their area to complete odd jobs around the house or garden.”

“It might simply be mowing the lawn or walking the dog, but the beauty of it is that you could click on during your lunch break, and have the job done before you’re even home!”

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Notes for editors was founded in April 2009 and is based in Wiltshire. The company employs ten people.

For further information, please contact:
Mel Turner-Wright,
Tel: 07737 148805

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