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The Small Print

Thank you so much for visiting Mrs SVJ – I really do appreciate it.

So now for the smooth sales pitch…tongue ever so slightly in cheek, as always of course.

Have you got, a story to tell, a Campaign to kick off, a Fundraiser to publicise, a right to wrong, or a top trailblazer to thank.

Do you want to throw a cheeky competition up, review your fabulous products, let the community know about your new venture, or remind the world about your well-established business.

Would you like me to pop along to your school, workplace, club to talk about my life experiences. For example as part of my Stonewall School Role Model work, as The Gloves Are On Chair , or any other part of my community, and queer, activism that I can help to help you to make a difference.

Or could I help you with the communications skills I have built up over too many years that I care to remember. Do want tips on how to set up a blog, write, proof and edit engaging content, or how to dip your toes into the world of press and PR?

If the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’, or you’d like to know more – please hit me up here.

Please, please, please remember though that I’m NOT a registered Charity.

I do have a happy home, two kids, a demanding social life and a very active day job to maintain….never mind looking for some of that elusive downtime!

So if you want me to help with a Charity, a community event, schools talk or a youth club visit etc – I’m all yours…for nuppence.

If you want to boost your business, sell your stuff, or make a nice little profit, I really do get it, and am happy to help.

But we just need to talk terms – which I’ll probably donate to Charity to be honest, but its the principle innit! Fair enough?

Let’s have a coffee and chat to see what we can do shall we?

Speak soon

SVJ

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Sue Vincent-Jones, writing as Mrs SVJ, is a Barry born journalist, editor, and communications specialist.

She blogs about all things Barry – and her life in the wider world, through the eyes of a Barry girl done good.

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