BUSINESS owners and entrepreneurs gathered for the first 'Lymm Jelly' at the offices of Win CRM.

The meeting was organised to help support like-minded individuals who work from home.

Julie Mallam, director of Win CRM, said: "We were grateful for the coverage in the Warrington Guardian as many of those attending had seen the article and had booked in through Eventbrite.

"Many at the jelly are running micro businesses from home, and were grateful of the company, the coffee and the gentle networking opportunity which the event brought them.

"Over the course of the morning, we had nearly 20 people calling in, which was an ideal number.

"Several will be taking advantage of our hot desking facility, which is proving very popular."

Bruce Hunter, who has been working with Julie at Win CRM and other businesses on projects, was really pleased with how the event went.

He said: "There is an ever-increasing need for people who work remotely to feel involved and engaged, and Julie has done a great job of putting together this jelly and opening her doors to the community."

The next free event will take place on February 26 from 9am.

To book search for 'Lymm Jelly' on the Eventbrite website.