Jimmy’s Farm Enters the Unemployment Business/Censored.
From Channel Four.
Subject: Channel 4 documentary series
Channel Four has demanded that we take their part of this post down because it is confidential (it took them some 22 days for them to discover this).
Always happy to bow to the censorship of the rich and powerful we have complied.
Thank you for your interest.
I doubt if many unemployed people in Ipswich regard Jimmy’s farm as ‘ethical’.
It is a high-priced niche company that charges people to walk on its ‘Woodland trail’ (when there are plenty of public footpaths in more attractive sites nearby) and sells packets of maize for children to feed their own fowl at over a pound.
In reality it’s not much of a rural farm, being only a few minutes drive from Ipswich.
Apart from that anyone on JSA would, even if they wanted to, be hard pressed to afford its products.
So, as for helping this exercise in self-publicising, we would say, no.
Ipswich Unemployed Action