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Jam Jar is based on the history of cinema in its heyday, where people were admitted to watch a film if they brought in an empty jam jar.
Officers discovered the poison in an old jam jar at a house in a rural village and sent it to be tested, fearing it could be used in terror attacks by white supremacists.
Dan Ellis worked with Stephen Fairley and Will Smith to set up Jam Jar Cinema in Whitley Bay as a community interest company in 2012.
The Business Factory is holding free workshops for local groups and the first, starting a buildingbased social enterprise, takes place this Friday from 10am, with guest speakers Duika Burgess Watson from Station Masters Centre, Jan Taylor from The Net and Dan Ellis from Jam Jar Cinema.
We used to dash up home to get a jam jar with a piece of string tied round the neck.
Everyone scurried back to back Feeling hungry, no time to waste "All in, wherever you are", The monkeys in the jam jar With our game at an end No more time to pretend Too puffed out to speak How we love hide and seek.
But I don't think he would have cared if it was served in a jam jar.
No more crumbs of toast in the jam jar, no stiff lids to twist off - just pure fruity jam.
A fishing net and jam jar on string, That's all we need, everything.
Jonathan Edwards, Josh Rose and Robert Clarkson - all former students of Northumbria University - have opened Jam Jar at the site of The George Hotel, following a PS100,000 renovation project.
A CINEMA is letting people in to watch two classic movies - if they hand over a jam jar.
If I had enough for a goldfish, you had to take a jam jar to carry it home.