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Buying a UK franchise does not necessary mean working 9-5, 5 days a week; there are also part-time franchises available with many having the option to go full-time as the business expands. Part-time franchises will tend to have a lower investment level. There are many part-time franchises available across a spectrum of industries.

The Christmas Decorators

Provide homes and businesses both indoors and outdoors with festive decorations. Opportunities exist outside seasonal market eg weddings, parties and corporate events.

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Tumble Tots

Tumble Tots franchisees offer classes to develop children’s physical skills of agility, balance and coordination.

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Jo Jingles

Jo Jingles franchisees offer fun and educational music/singing classes for babies and pre-school children.

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The Creation Station

Children's arts and craft classes, birthday parties and events. Online classes and parties currently running.

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OSCAR Pet Foods

OSCAR Pet Foods franchisees deliver highly nutritious pet food and accessories, as well as free expert advice, to customers.

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Local Eats

Local Eats is an online food ordering company with 103 franchises across the UK.

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Charisnack

Charisnack is a home-based, low-cost snack distribution franchise. Our cause-based business model allows our franchisees to raise money for charity whilst earning. Can be run full or part-time; £50,000 gross income.

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Friday Night 5's

Friday Night 5’s allows you to run a 5 a side football and/or netball league. No experience in either sport required as you do not need to coach. Can be run part-time.

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