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Good afternoon from LMYB

Written by on 19th October 2011

Hello and thank you for listening (if you did listen that is, if not the show is currently being edited to be put up online so you can listen again at your leisure)

Here’s a quick recap on what you may have missed:

The what’s on:
Business –

Selling the public sector
Thursday the 20th October, 9.00am – 1.15pm at the Lincolnshire Chamber Of Commerce, Commerce house, Lincoln, LN2 4YH

the public sector in Lincoln spends over £750,000,000 a year on various public sector contracts and we want to help you understand how to win some of those contracts.
Selling to the public sector is a series of seminars to help local businesses understand the rules and regulations about procurement.
Places are limited to ensure you network with all the delegates. To book your place on this even please email

Lincoln business society
Member price: £0
Non-member price: £2
25th of October 6-8pm
A life in business an insight to entrepreneurial life. Various entrepreneurs will speak at the Moot Court, faculty of business and law in room BL1102
refreshments available.

Bowling for soup
Monday 24th of October
Legendary band Bowling For Soup return to Lincoln after 2 years absence. Support support from suburban legend. Strictly 16 and over

Horror Headphone Disco
The headphone disco returns for a horrible outing; expect gouls, witches, monsters and a selection of the most eerie tunes! Headphones require a £5 refundable deposit. Tickets £3 in advance, doors open at 10pm. Strictly 18+




Company name: Total recruitment

Type and time: Permenant/full time

Job reference: LIP6216

 Salary: £17,000pa


Our client is looking to recruit an experienced chef for their premises based on the outskirts of Lincoln. You will be working in a busy modern residential home, alongside another chef and an assistant.

The successful candidate will be expected to provide breakfast, hot lunch and afternoon tea to a high standard.


Other duties will include-

-Placing orders with suppliers  

-Dealing with and controlling budgets

-Preparing new seasonal menus

-General kitchen duties


Candidates should be qualified to City and Guilds leve, and have a good working knowlege of health and hygeine practices.



Next week you won’t be hearing me in the studio but my amazing team instead.

Hope your looking forward to it.


The LMYB team.