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Thoroughbred Breeding Industry Careers Course


You don't need to be a jockey to enjoy a rewarding career in horse racing and this two-day event hopes to dispel the myth that you need to ride in order to be part of the action.  The bloodstock industry provides a unique and deeply rewarding range of career options for those who are passionate about racing, whether it be working on a yard, working in an office or finding a solution which provides the best of both worlds, there is something for everyone who wishes to be part of the action. Britain is one of the largest Thoroughbred breeding industries in the world, supporting over 19,000 jobs. It contributes £427 million annually to the GB economy and ranks amongst the worlds best for breeding with some of the best broodmares and stallions based in this country. This two-day course held at the world renowned Tattersalls Bloodstock Auctioneers aims to provide delegates with an overview of the careers within the horse racing from respected individuals employed within the industry, and combines practical advice with external visits to highlight the career and industry training options. COURSE PROGRAMME Day one - Tuesday 13th November (Breeding industry overview) Day one covers the practical roles within the stud industry and its supporting services, with talks directed at those who are interested in working on a stud farm, from entry level to managerial roles. This also includes the office based roles involved with stud work and supporting services roles such as a thoroughbred nutritionist and equine vet/nurse. Workshops/talks included as part of the day: Stud management Role of a bloodstock agent Careers in sales preparation Role of the thoroughbred nutritionist Role of the ambulatory equine vet Role of a equine veterinary nurse Stallion nominations and marketing Stallion handling Supporting roles on a stud farm Role of a stud secretary Industry funded training courses Included as part of the day one programme is an external visit to Cheveley Park Stud or the choice of visiting a Newmarket based Equine Hospital. We will also be holding a networking reception in the evening at the world famous Jockey Club Rooms, which gives delegates a chance to meet with potential employers.   Day two - Wednesday 14th November (Horseracing & its supporting services overview)  Day two covers the industry specific higher education training options as well as the racing industry and its supporting services. Workshops/talks included as part of the day: Careers in racing BHA Graduate Development Programme Continued professional development session Higher Education options Industry supporting services administration and executive roles Role of a racehorse trainer Careers in rehabilitation of thoroughbreds Bloodstock journalism/media Industry marketing Pre-training racehorses Bloodstock accountancy/insurance Auctioneering and sales houses Travel and transport of racehorses and bloodstock Included as part of the day's itinerary is a visit to a Newmarket based training yard or a tour of the facilities at Godolphin's state-of-the-art rehabilitation yard for its thoroughbreds. WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE THOROUGHBRED CLUB?  Places are FREE for Thoroughbred Club members, for more information about the club, it's benefits, or to purchase membership visit our website at thethoroughbredclub.co.uk    FAQs  Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? The course is aimed at those aged 16 - 35. You may be required to provide ID at our evening reception on Tuesday 13th November.   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Tattersalls has extensive onsite parking next to the complex and is just a short walk from Newmarket town centre, where National Express coaches and taxi's depart frequently. Newmarket train station is a five minute walk away from Tattersalls.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? If you have any further questions, please email [email protected]   What's the refund policy? We are happy to refund your ticket up-to one day prior to the event.  What accomodation is avaliable in the area? Situtated close to Newmarket town centre there are a number of hotels and B&B's in the local area and within medium walking distance of Tattersalls, including the Premier Inn and Heath Court Hotel. The British Racing School, situated on the outskirts of town, also offers a limited number of rooms at a rate of £45 per night bed and breakfast, however you will require your own transport to use this facility. For more information, email [email protected]     

Venue:
Tattersalls
128 High Street Newmarket

When:
Tue, 13 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Theatre Hullabaloo: Luna


An enchanting first theatrical experience for 2-5 year olds and their families, about friendship, the moon and being brave in the dark. Luna is bored in the sky with no-one to play with - it's lonely being the only moon. One night she spots a young boy, Billy, hiding from shadows on his bedroom walls. Luna makes friends with Billy and together they go on a wondrous adventure of light and dark to help him overcome his fear of the night time. Age guidance 2-5

Venue:
Saffron Hall
Audley End Road Saffron Walden

When:
Wed, 14 Nov 2018 1.30pm -
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 12.00am


Developing a Conversational Relationship with God


How might we cultivate a sense of the presence of God in our ordinary life and interact with God as we go about the daily round?  This day will be led by Bishop Mike Harrison and is one of the ongoing Diocesan prayer and spirituality initiatives aiming to encourage the priority of prayerfulness at the heart of all we do. For more information please contact Caroline Redman at [email protected] 

Venue:
All Saints Church and Hall
Park Road Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Wed, 14 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Content Planning, Creation & Repurposing - HOW TO ATTRACT ATTENTION


A PIONEER Chicks Event Content Planning, Creation & Repurposing - HOW TO ATTRACT ATTENTION An evening featuring returning guest speaker Lenka Koppova, a social media for businesses expert. WHO: Creative, inspired women wanting to learn the ins and outs of content creation for promoting their business across social media and other digital media. WHAT: A masterclass on digital content marketing, covering how to create eyecatching content, planning and scheduling your content, and how to repurpose your content so you can use it across different social media channels, blogs, email newsletters, etc.  All with the small-medium sized business in mind to save you valuable time and money. INVESTMENT: Early bird tickets until 14/10/2018: £27.50 + Eventbrite booking fee = £29.41 Prices from 15/10/2018: £30 + Eventbrite booking fee = £32.03 FOOD: PizzaEVENT PERKS: A Talk and Q&A Session by Social Media Expert Guest Speaker Lenka Koppova | Pizza Included | Stunning Venue with Wine Shop | Networking Opportunity | Pioneer Chicks Pop-Up Stall | Some Extra Little PIONEER Chicks Touches!WHAT TO BRING: Business Cards, Notepad & Questions!MORE ON THE GUEST SPEAKER: Lenka is a Cambridge based Social Media Expert for Businesses. Her recent achievements include winning 2nd place at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards for the 'Use Of Social Media For Business', plus being shortlisted for 'Young Entrepreneur' at the SME National Awards. She runs frequent workshops/networking events around the Cambridge area and offers 1-2-1 sessions for clients.“I’ve met Lenka over a year ago and she has been a great help for our company. Her knowledge, ideas and motivation have helped LETS Cambridge to be a recognised name in the market. Working with her is always easy, very good shaping raw ideas that I bring to her, proposals and new ways of marketing the company. Connecting us with the world basically….thank you, Lenka!”Esperanza De Felipe, Lets CambridgeWe really hope to see you there!

Venue:
Baythorne Hall
Baythorne End

When:
Wed, 14 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Working with Loss in Palliative Care


Introduction As healthcare professionals, we have a responsibility to assist families through the bereavement process. This Study Day is Aimed at: This day is suitable for healthcare professionals working in the community, hospital setting, care home or for a care agency who are caring for palliative patients. This Study day will cover: Relevant bereavement models Explore the use of communication skills Support healthcare professionals to work to level 2 NICE guidelines. Consider when to refer the family for further support Explore how to look after ourselves  Embracing the ‘priorities of care for the dying person’. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Car parking is available at the adjacent Babraham Road Park and Ride CB22 3AB.  Use the footpath to the hospice (approx 5-10 minutes walk), near the entrance to the P&R.  Use the following post code CB22 3AB as Sat Nav and online maps currently do not recognise the correct location of the Hospice's postcode. There is car parking at the Hospice for those with disabilities or mobility issues. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact the Education Team on 01223 675801 or [email protected]  Refreshments are included and visitors are welcome to use the Bistro for lunch. What's the refund policy? If you cancel your registration 14 days prior to the start of the course, you will not be entitled to a refund, however you may transfer your booking to an alternative course. For non-attendees we reserve the right to charge a fee of £20.00, however extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration when applying the cancellation fee.

Venue:
Education Centre, Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Cherry Hinton Road , Shelford Bottom Cambridge

When:
Tue, 13 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Uttlesford District Council "Digital Innovation"


Join us for an informative Breakfast Networking Meeting hosted by At the event you will hear from experts who will take you through "Digital Innovation: Smart Business - Smart Places" and how it affects our businesses and how we live.  This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas with fellow business professionals. AGENDA  A full English Breakfast Buffet will be provided to get your day off to a great start!  (Please advise Julie Budden if you have any dietary requirements). Tickets restricted to 2 per company. FAQs What are my parking options getting to the event? Free parking available on site.  You will be advised where to park by security upon arrival. What should I bring to the event? Plenty of business cards and plenty of enthusiasm! Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? Julie Budden Is my registration/ticket transferrable?  A colleague within your company may take your place should you be unable to attend but we would appreciate early notification.

Venue:
Chesterford Research Park
Little Chesterford

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Clay Club Bowls


Come and make some bowls out of stoneware and using my screenprints or bring your own found objects to press into the clay. I use stoneware clay and will fire it during the week. you will need to book a glazing class to come and complete your pieces at a later date.  I have two dogs which I just metion in case of allergies.

Venue:
Amanda Banham Ceramics
21 Gold Street Saffron Walden

When:
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


East Anglian Orthopaedic Club Conference ~ 16th November 2018


Friday 16th November 2018 Host:  This year's EAOC meeting is being hosted by Ipswich and Colchester Hospital at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds.  Mr Tim Brammar [email protected] is undertaking the task of organising the clinical content for the day and in due course more information regarding the day will be circulated. Registration on the day:  As usual Registration will start at 08:30 with refreshments available in the atrium and this will be your first chance to meet the Orthopaedic suppliers who are kindly sponsoring the day.  Lunch:  A packed lunch will be provided on the day and as usual there will be a limited number of complimentary parking permits available.  Confirmed Speakers: Mr Rob Pollock MBBS BSc FRCSConsultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & Clinical Director JRU & Sarcoma UnitsRoyal National Orthopaedic Hospital The management of primary bone tumours and soft tissue sarcomas The management of metastatic bone disease Dr Alex Bottle PhD FHEA MFPH, Reader in Medical Statistics, Imperial College London When the NJR is not enough: research with electronic health records Registrar Abstracts; Papers can be on any Trauma & Orthopaedic topics and related basic science topics.  Powerpoint presentations should be a maximum of 5 minutes running time with a 5 minute question and answer time.  These should be submitted for shortlisting to [email protected] and [email protected] Deadline for submission of Abstracts should be by email no later than 19th October 2018 Prize for the best paper will be awarded by the EAOC panel. Parking Permits:  If you would like a parking permit can you please register your request along with the details of where you would like the permit sending.  Please email [email protected] with the relevant information. Sponsors:  The day is being sponsored by a number of Orthopaedic Suppliers and it would be greatly appreciated if you could make time throughout the day to introduce yourselves and have a chat with them.  Please dont forget to book your leave for the day and we look forward to seeing you

Venue:
The Apex
1 Charter Square St. Edmundsbury Borough

When:
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Orphy Robinson Presents: Van Morrison's Astral Weeks


This concert celebrates Van Morrison's masterpiece Astral Weeks, released 50 years ago, in November 1968. Jazz FM 'Live Experience of the Year' Award-winner Orphy Robinson brings together some of the UK's top jazz players to reinterpret the magical combination of jazz, folk and soul influences that made up Astral Weeks, with the vocals sung by the great Sarah Jane Morris, who's best known for her work with The Communards on songs like Don't Leave Me This Way.

Venue:
Saffron Hall
Audley End Road Saffron Walden

When:
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 12.00am


New Programme Launch! - Additional date


New Programme Launch! Come and join us for the exciting launch of the new Guiding Programme! There will be lots for you to try and any questions answered as well as some freebies to take home! We really do hope you come and join us! The event will be held in the Bury St Edmunds area (venue to be confirmed).  Sessions will run from either 9.30am - 12.30pm or 1pm-4pm. These sessions will be the same so please choose which one you prefer.

Venue:
Bury St Edmunds
30 Angel Hill Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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