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I want AirCandy

£5

Wyberton, Lincolnshire

14th Nov 2018

I love candy and will sgare with my wife.

Plus one to industry event

£35

Louth, Lincolnshire

10th Dec 2018

fashion event tonightttttt ....urgentttttt plus one

Bar staff required for our Gin Van at Market Rasen

£100

Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

18th Oct 2018

Our Gin Van is at Market Rasen racecourse this Saturday 20th October for Ladies Day. Hours required would be 10:30am - 7pm. You would need to make your own way to and from the racecourse venue. £100 pay (which includes 30 minute lunch break) + TIPS £££££ Tasks: Serve delicious G&T's to customers, help cut up any fruit and garnishes, help write up any chalkboards, help get ice and restock the bar. Previous bar or hospitality experience preferred but not essential. Please bring a smile, sense of humour and some good bants with customers.

Take photos of high street

£10

New Boultham, Lincolnshire

19th Jun 2019

Take a panoramic photo or a series of photos that can be digitally stitched together of The High Street to capture the high street of Lincoln. Pixelate any faces for anonymity. Stitch the photos together to form one or a series of panoramic photos. Does not need to be HD; photos taken, and stitched, by smart phones are acceptable. Please take a practice panorama for quality checks. Tips: • Make sure your phone is fully charged and has enough memory to store your photos. • Please do not capture yourself within the photos. • Stabilize the camera at 1.20 - 1.80 m / 4 - 6 ft. You can do this by attaching the camera to a monopod, a tripod, or helmet. If you are using a helmet or monopod, make sure to keep your head still and steady when taking photos.