Jelly BeansWhat is a Jelly?

The concept of a Jelly started in New York in February 2006 when a group of friends realised they loved working from home, but missed the creative brainstorming, sharing and camaraderie of being in a traditional office.  So, one day a week they started inviting friends round to work from their home – which gave them the best of both worlds.  They got the quietness that comes with working on your own, mixed with one day a week working alongside new and interesting people – with their new and interesting ideas and conversations.    They made it a regular thing… and the Jelly was born.  Apparently it was called “Jelly” as there were Jelly Beans at the first New York gathering – which is why we have these little treats for any ‘Jelly Virgins’ that come to their first Jelly with us!

The Enfield Jellies

Jelly Web Launch

ANYONE can come to a Jelly.  It’s FREE to attend.

We are always amazed at what goes on in terms of business collaborations at the Jellies, and the generosity of those people there who are happy to share their skills and expertise with whoever is attending.   There is absolutely no commitment involved in attending – just come and say hello.  Stay for an hour or the whole session, it’s up to you.

When and Where?

Our Jellies are usually held at Tailor Made Living (the new name for Tinker Tailor) in Bush Hill Park, on the second Thursday of every month.   It’s conveniently located near to Bush Hill Park train station, near the bus stops for the 192, 377, 217 and 231… plus there is parking outside (NOTE – there are parking restrictions in force between 1pm – 2pm only, hence why we finish at 1pm!) However, at present, the Jellies are online and we have joined forces with our “sister” communities, Bedfordshire and St Albans.

There’s no need to book… just turn up.


Enfield Jelly dates CURRENTLY ONLINE, from 10am – 12.00 noon