INTEREST FREE CREDIT AVAILABLE WITH NO CREDIT CHECKS!
Here at John Cooper Derby we can now offer all our customers 4 months interest free credit (Subject to T&C’s) to cover the costs of necessary repairs and maintenance to Cars, Motorcycle & Vans.
The finance can cover costs of tyres, servicing, repairs or a combination of all 3!
The customer pays the first installment of 25% of total bill on completion then there will be 3 monthly recurring payments of 25% each until the balance has been settled.
For invoices of £995 inc VAT or below there are NO CREDIT CHECKS, For invoices over £995 inc VAT customers are then subject to credit checks.
Call us Monday – Friday 8.30am – 6pm or Saturday 8.30-12.30 on 01332 343 968 for more info on this brilliant opportunity, quotations & bookings.
John Cooper Derby
Chandos Pole Street
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This past weekend, the brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Lambda Kappa Chapter worked with a few members of the Divine 9 on campus to help students from the STEP program make the transition to UC Davis! Representation is key 🔑 #D9Unity#Support#Service
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💼✨Summer Internship ✨💼⠀
Name: Aprilynne Alter, #CornellSHA '21⠀
Internship: Operations Intern at @efirstbank⠀
Experience & Impact: "It’s amazing to see how hospitality applies everywhere. In this rotational internship involving everything from investigating overdrafts to underwriting home equity lines of credit, it was apparent that while technical skills may be taught, a genuine enthusiasm for service cannot be. It was this service mentality, embodied everyday within the Hotel School, that allowed me to implement new training materials that is used in branches today."⠀
I just wanted to take a moment and say hey and welcome! I’ve got a few new followers joining me in the last while so I thought it might be a good time to reintroduce myself.
My name is Jess.
I am a lover of nature and stillness and find peace in the little things. (fresh food, a good book...)
I have a passion for helping others. This is something that has always been important to me.
When I was 10 I demanded to be shipped to China to save the bears (they didn’t send me),at 12 I encouraged my Dad to sponsor a child in Sri Lanka, during high school I spent every Thursday at lunch hour serving seniors at the senior centre. Now, I am a monthly donor to a charity that supports ocean clean up. (I’m not trying to sound like a saint here. I’m NOT. I swear, get angry, forget to recycle, drink, watch trashy TV. Totally human. Just sharing parts of me I’m really proud of!)
Being of service is what makes me feel in total alignment. I gives me purpose and genuine happiness.
But here’s the funny part- I have a hard time accepting help from others! (How weird are human beings that we LOVE to support others but totally close off when others want to support us. Well...me anyways)
Part of the reason I started this account was to be able to help others through my experiences and the teachings I’ve studied. It’s taken a lot for me to be this vulnerable and open. Most people have NO IDEA the daily struggles I tackle. I locked that up for a long time.
But as I share my story and people start to message me things like, “your story has helped me so much today.” Or “I feel like we connected for a reason.” ... it’s been such a GIFT.
What I didn’t realize was the more I openly share the more space I open for ME to receive, be supported and grow too!
I have met some amazing women on this platform and have created such special bonds. (You know who you are!)
I am so grateful YOU💛 are here.
I can’t wait to connect and be able to support EACHOTHER! woot woot!!!.
Now your turn!! Tell me something about yourself!?Something you’re really proud of! 👇🏼
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"Be a Catholic: When you kneel before an altar, do it in such a way that others may be able to recognize that you know before whom you kneel." ~ St. Maximilian Kolbe
August 14 is the memorial of St. Maximillian Kolbe - patron Saint of journalists, prisoners, drug addicts and the pro-life movement.
As a Polish Franciscan priest Fr. Kolbe had a particular devotion to the Virgin Mary due to a vision where he accepted the two crowns (of purity and martyrdom) that were offered to him by Our Lady. To share his devotion Fr. Kolbe founded the Militia Immaculatae to work for the conversion of sinners through the intervention of Our Lady with magazines and newspapers to share the message of the group.
Following the invasion of Poland by Germany the printing presses of the periodicals founded and led by St. Kolbe in his monastery were used to publish anti-Nazi information. This led to the arrest of Fr. Kolbe with his fellow monks and his eventual placement in Auschwitz.
When a man chosen to be killed in Auschwitz called out saying "My wife and children." Fr. Kolbe stepped forward saying "I want to die in his place. I am a Catholic priest." Following 2 weeks of starvation and dehydration Fr. Kolbe was killed by lethal injection on August 14, 1941.
As a modern example of a heroic priest who truly gave himself for others St. Maximillian Kolbe is an inspiration for all priests and Christians to persevere in sharing the Truth of Christ no matter the challenges.
St. Maximillian Kolbe - pray for us!