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Vintage German Cuckoo Clock Spares Or Repairs

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Seller: thejerichofoundation (485) 99.7%, Location: Birmingham, West Midlands, Ships to: GB, Item: 322339651566 GERMAN CUCKOO CLOCK SPARES OR REPAIRS WOODEN CONSTRUCTION CUCKOO WORKS WHEN THE CHAIN IS PULLED DOWN AND A LITTLE BUTTON PRESSED SADLY THE WINDING MECHANISM CHAIN IS STUCK. IT COULD BE AN EASY FIX BUT IM NO HOROLOGIST AND WOULD NOT WANT TO DAMAGE IT FURTHER THE TOP LEDGE PIECE IS REMOVABLE 11 INCHES HIGH 6.5 INCHES WIDE 4.5 INCHES DEEP VERY GOOD USED CONDITIONINCLUDES BOTH WEIGHTS PLEASE SEE OUR OTHER AUCTIONS Please feel free to contact us on 0121 661 4274 between 9.00am – 4.00pm Our registered charity number is 1037084 About Us We opened our first Reusers store in February 2013, since opening we have diverted over 250 tonnes of reusable items from landfill We have created 16 full & part time jobs, we have also created 14 apprenticeship jobs. History The foundations of the Jericho Foundation actually started with a simple drop in service for the local residents of Balsall Heath, Birmingham, back in 1987. The area in those days was quite deprived and unemployment was very high. Rev. John Mallard was the pastor at Edward Road Baptist Church and he decided to open up the church hall on Wednesdays and offered a very simple pastoral service with hot drinks and biscuits to local residents of all faiths. John Mallard always had the idea to set up a training centre to help some of the local residents gain skills and experience to help them into work. It was in 1993, that the Jericho charity was established and the drop in service then took on an employment focus to help locals apply for work. With the goodwill of some volunteers, the weekly jobs paper, a simple computer and a telephone, locals from the community accessed the service to apply for jobs. It was soon clear that for some of the local residents, a simple jobs matching and applying service was not going to be enough. Some of the barriers being faced by these individuals were quite complex and difficult, and many people who were accessing the service wanted to better their lives but had barriers that kept holding them back. John Mallard, Christine Parkinson and others then embarked on a fundraising mission to purchase land or a building to realise John’s long held vision of a training centre. It took five years of fundraising but eventually in 1998 the current Jericho HQ building was purchased and JCP Community Business Project Ltd was created, which in effect was Jericho’s first social enterprise, wholly owned by the Charity, operating as a print business and a local corner shop. The model was based on the “Glasgow Works” ILM model, where 60 % of time would be engaged in real paid work experience in the business, 20% on personal development and 20% on some sort of accredited formal training. About Us Today Jericho Headquarters. Today Jericho employs approximately 65 core staff with a further 50 apprentices undertaking supported work placements in one of our 8 social businesses. Our turnover is approx. £2m – £2.5m We seek out and engage people who experience significant barriers to being fulfilled, skilled and employed. We aim to help them overcome these barriers and gain relevant vocational skills to secure sustainable employment. We do this through providing real work experience in one of our social enterprise businesses combined with an individually tailored package of personal development support for our clients. The people we work with often experience significant personal or occupational barriers to employment, training or social inclusion. These barriers often include long-term unemployment, lack of skills or qualifications, homelessness, alcohol or substance misuse, a criminal record, low self-esteem or confidence, mild mental health problems or no history of work experience. Many of our clients find out about us through word of mouth or from some of our outreach Job clubs based in some of the most deprived areas of our cities. Others are referred to us by a range of partner organisations in the voluntary, private and public sectors including Jobcentres, hostels, housing associations, community organisations, drug and alcohol treatment providers, offender managers and local prisons. We also work with a number of survivors of human trafficking, helping them to end their dependency on benefits, secure sustainable employment and become an inclusive and integrated part of their local community. In each case, our clients receive a comprehensive package of support tailored to their individual needs. Our range of social enterprises provides safe learning environments for our clients while operating as commercial initiatives. Through these enterprises we offer a wide range of products and services and seek to serve the local community. All our projects contribute to the core Jericho vision and are underpinned by values of honesty, quality, and value for money and care for the environment. Placements are available in Retail, Printing, Graphic design, Administration, Driving, Landscaping, Catering, Recycling, Construction and Commercial Cleaning. Age: Antique, Post-1900, Type: Cuckoo Clock, Style/ Origin/ Theme: German, Material: Wood / Brass

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