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Timebanking: where is the evidence?
You mean the majority of timebanks are not doing one-on-one exchanges? It is not what I thought it was…
(TV Researcher, London)
“You have to Introduce them to dog walker, assess the house, assess the dog, assess the owner, have a chat, and once we found the walker, introduce the two of them together and go out for a walk with them as well just for a safety measure. If that dog walker can’t make it on the day, they ring me, and I ring the person. Very often we advise them not to swap phone numbers as you can imagine what can happen.”
(Time broker, North East England)