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MAURICIO REYES - MONDAY CLUB - LATIN VIBES - MONTHLY SPECIAL


STRICTLY HEREFORD PRESENTS  (Hereford’s Social Dance Night) MONDAY CLUB - LATIN VIBES WITH “MAURICIO REYES” MONDAY 21ST JANUARY 2019 The Courtyard Theatre Edgar Street Hereford HR49JR “FAMILY FRIENDLY”  “NO PARTNER REQUIRED”  “MAURICIO REYES”  THE U.K. MIDLANDS LEGEND FOR SALSA XBODY, CUBAN & BACHATA Starting off with an early XBody Salsa session at 6.30pm for all levels! (Grouped) Followed by Social Dancing 8pm BACHATA SPECIAL Class with Mauricio Reyes at 8pm! (Grouped)  Followed by more Social Dancing until the kick ya out!  The Courtyard Cafe Bar & Box Office welcome us to their spaces for a new Monday Night “POP UP” Latin Social Dance Night  In the first term (September to December 2018) we hosted and taught a variety of different dance styles in the form of tasters such as; XBody Salsa, Cuban Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Semba, Argentine Tango & African! Its now time to get serious!  ACCESS will be £10 for monthly specials and £5 regular nights!  To join us and start a new journey here in Hereford, pop down every Monday from September to dance your socks off!  For those who can and those who can’t and those who want to learn more!  All levels welcome! Beginners don’t be shy! We love a challenge and we love a new adventure!  ITS ALL ABOUT - MONDAY CLUB!!! To find out more feel free to msg us on Facebook: @strictlyhereford  or email: [email protected]  Alternatively if your are old school call: 07472634837

Venue:
The Courtyard
Edgar Street Hereford

When:
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Setting up a Stop Smoking Clinic in Your Pharmacy - Crowne Plaza Hotel


Afternoon Workshop - 2pm Evening Workshop - 7pm 47% of Irish smokers will try to quit smoking this year*. Unfortunately, with the rise in popularity of electronic cigarettes, fewer smokers are turning to pharmacy for help.  This free workshop is designed to will give you a better understanding of smokers, and how pharmacy is ideally placed to help people quit.  Topics covered: The changed face of smoking in Ireland Understanding smokers - the physical, mental and habitual addiction. The growth of electronic cigarettes -  How pharmacy can stay relevant. Why there's much more to quitting than products alone. Establishing a stop smoking clinic within your pharmacy, and getting doctors to support it. Marketing your service. Delivered by a pharmacist, the workshop combines science with common sense. It explores the difficulties quitters may come across and deals with them in a straightforward, and often humorous way. It aims to show how smoking cessation can be clinically significant, professionally fulfilling, and fiancially rewarding for pharmacy.     About the speaker: Michael Walsh is a community pharmacist from Warrenpoint, Co. Down. He specialises in smoking cessation, and has lectured extensively on the subject. He runs a stop smoking clinic in his pharmacy, through which he has helped over one thousand people to quit.  As a result of his work in the field, Michael has been awarded The Pharmacy in Focus Award for Health Promotion, the NI Healthcare Review award for Smoking Cessation, and UK Advisor of the Year Award. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Feedback from previous events: "Fantastic presentation with a positive viewpoint and delivered in a way which presented the content in a practical and inspiring fashion" " Michael is an excellent presenter...very inspirational. The four steps set out in his Stop Smoking Program seem to me to be the trick to sucess together with the passion and enthusiasm shown by Michael to see the person....not "smokers" as one stereotypical group" "He is an engaging speaker, using in depth knowledge which is always referenced with humour and examples from his own practice." "The talk helped to reinforce all my day to day practices and I agreed with everything I heard.  I have been in the job of supporting smokers for many years and still find it very rewarding" "Very informative talk and very good information to use in practice" (* www.healthyireland.ie)

Venue:
Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport
Northwood Park Yatton Wood

When:
Mon, 21 Jan 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training for Schools and Colleges 22.1.19


The Designated Safeguarding Lead role is vital to keeping children safe. This course provides Designated Safeguarding Leads and their deputies with the opportunity to refresh and update their knowledge of the requirements of the role, as required by the Department of Education’s statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ (2018). The course provides delegates with information on updates to legislation and local procedures. It provides information on emerging risks for children and young people. It also covers the key learning from both local and national Serious Case Reviews. This course covers the following areas; The learning from Serious Case Reviews that is particularly relevant to schools and colleges More recent developments in types of abuse and risk that may be encountered and their signs, for example ‘county lines’ and ‘sexting’. Updates on reporting routes and support available for the different types of abuse. Recent changes to key legislation and statutory guidance relating to safeguarding in schools Dealing with ‘peer on peer’ abuse, and the implications of recent guidance Current local development opportunities for Designated Safeguarding Leads and other school staff Safeguarding policies and procedures The key changes in ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education – September 2018’. Updates on information sharing, consent, and the implications of GDPR Updates on local referral processes and local procedures. Within the course, each element is related directly to the role and responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Lead, as set out in Annex B of ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education – September 2018’. This is a six hour course and consists of four modules. The content of each module is as follows; Module 1 – Recognising Abuse In this module we refresh the understanding of the different forms of abuse that may be encountered, and their possible signs and causes. This includes an update on the broader risks that children and young people now face, such as radicalisation, ‘honour’ based violence and ‘peer on peer’ abuse. Module 2 – Updates in Legislation and Procedures During this module we will revisit the statutory guidance which relates to the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead specifically, and any recent changes to safeguarding and child protection legislation and local procedures which may have an impact on the role. Module 3 – Role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead The aim of this module is to revisit the specific requirements of the role and identify where each delegate may be able to develop their own approach to fulfilling their responsibilities. Module 4 – Practical Application We conclude the course with an opportunity to apply the knowledge of recent changes to guidance and procedures using scenario based exercises. These will also update the delegate’s understanding of reporting procedures, decision making, record keeping, consent, confidentiality and learning from Serious Case Reviews. This Designated Safeguarding Lead refresher training course is ideal for those who wish to update their knowledge and skills. To attend this course, delegates do however need to have previously attended a full Designated Safeguarding Lead training course.

Venue:
Hereford Academy
Marlbrook Road Hereford

When:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vegan Night at The Bookshop


Vegan Night is back at The Bookshop! Katie and her team are bringing you a stunning 8 course tasting menu full of innovative and delicious vegan dishes along side a great selection of vegan wines and beers. Spaces are very limited for this event, so please book now to avoid disappointment. Menu: -Smoked lentil croquette, carrot and ginger   -Sweetcorn fritters + mint salsa -Pumpkin bread with pumpkin butter -Pistachio ‘cheese’, plumbs, rye -Kale pancake, chilli poached tomato and tahini -Beetroot tortellini, walnuts and rocket -Salt baked celeriac, wild mushroom, shallot -Salted caramel and chocolate tart + beetroot sorbet -Petit fours & coffee

Venue:
The Bookshop
33 Aubrey Street Hereford

When:
Wed, 23 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Action for Happiness Course (Hereford, 23 Jan 2019)


EXPLORING WHAT MATTERS An 8-week course that gives you the chance to meet friendly, like-minded people and find simple ways to make yourself and others happy. The course will run on Wednesdays from 7pm till 9pm on the following dates: Wed 23rd, Wed 30th Jan, 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Feb, 6th & 13th March 2019. The course is run by local volunteers and based on donations - so please feel free to give whatever you can afford :) ABOUT THE COURSE Exploring What Matters is a secular, science-based course for people who want to learn how to live happily and spread happiness to those around them. It was created by the Action for Happiness charity to help people tune in to what really matters in life, connect with people around them and find small ways to start taking action. On the course you will: Meet with like-minded people to explore what really matters in life and find new ways of looking at things. Enjoy expert videos, mindfulness exercises and a handbook full of resources to help you break big ideas into manageable chunks. Take time each week to think of small actions you can take to create happiness for yourself and those around you. People find it really valuable and often refer to what they learn on the course as life-changing. -- Click here to see the impact of the course and what people say about it -- Each week is based around a big question: Week 1: What really matters in life? We'll explore whether a greater focus on happiness and wellbeing might be better for all of us. Week 2: What actually makes us happy? We'll explore the role of outer circumstances and inner attitudes in our wellbeing. Week 3: Can we find peace of mind? We'll explore some of the skills and practices that can help us in difficult times. Week 4: How should we treat others? We'll explore how to treat others and how we can become more compassionate. Week 5: What makes for great relationships? We'll explore how our relationship to others impacts our own happiness. Week 6: Can we be happier at work? We'll explore what makes us happy at work and what can we do about it. Week 7: Can we build happier communities? We'll explore how to create communities that are more caring, connected and happy. Week 8: How can we create a happier world? We'll explore how to live in a way that contributes to a happier world, not just for ourselves but for others too. -- Click here for a sample of Week 1 to give you an idea of what it’s like -- WHO THE COURSE IS FOR This course is for anyone interested in exploring how to create happiness for themselves or others. Maybe you’re someone who could do with some new approaches to try out in your own life. Or maybe you’re passionate about creating happier communities and a happier world. Either way, by coming together with others locally on this course you can find the inspiration and support you need find the actions that work for you. Please note: this course is not group therapy, if you are experiencing severe challenges at the moment we recommend seeking alternative professional support. HOW IT WORKS The course is run by keen volunteers who are stepping forward to help spread happiness in the local area. Everyone who joins the course makes a donation of their choice to be there. It costs Action for Happiness about £90 per person to support each course so we ask all participants to give whatever they can to support themselves and others. You can choose to either give the recommended donation of £90 or give more or less depending on your circumstances.  We welcome everyone on the course equally whatever they are able to give :) What are the highlights of the course? “Sharing and learning from each other allowed us space to grow and taking away action plans each week focused our minds on pro active action.” ~ Jacqueline, London “More or less everything is a highlight as it is mightily well researched and factual.” ~ Annick, Lindfield “Being able to believe that I could be brave enough to change my circumstances/life, in order to be happier/make others happier around me.” ~ Michelle, Farnborough GET IN TOUCH For questions about this particular course please contact the volunteers who are running it: Jenny Wickett and Adam Harris ([email protected]) For general questions about Action for Happiness and the course please contact: [email protected] We hope you enjoy the course. Thanks for helping to create a happier world. The Action for Happiness team             Please note: although the content and materials for this course have been developed and tested by Action for Happiness, this specific course is being run independently by volunteers who support the aims of Action for Happiness, rather than being put on directly by the organisation itself. Action for Happiness was co-founded by Prof Richard Layard, Sir Anthony Seldon and Geoff Mulgan. Key members of the team include Vanessa King and Dr Mark Williamson. It is backed by the Dalai Lama - the patron of Action for Happiness. Action for Happiness is a UK Registered Charity (1175160).

Venue:
Kindle centre
Belmont Road Hereford

When:
Wed, 23 Jan 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Textiles in Context


Students of TextileDesign, in their first year at Hereford College of Arts, look beyond the studioto consider the role and impact of textile design in a wider context. Work ondisplay will include a curated selection of objects from the Hereford Museum‘scollection of Costume and Textiles, describing how textile design is influenced by the world around us andhow textile design influences the world. Jan 26th –Mar 2nd Tues-10-4.00 Sat 10.30-12.30 Free

Venue:
Hereford Museum and Art Gallery
Broad Street Hereford

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Puzzle Pieces Play Planet Session


Come along and join in the fun with the children from Puzzle Pieces .

Venue:
Play Planet Hereford
122 Widemarsh Street Hereford

When:
Sun, 27 Jan 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Basic Bread Workshop


Learn how to make your very own Real Bread from just flour, water, yeast and salt. This hands-on workshop will see you elbow deep in dough as you master the art of kneading, while understanding what's going on inside your dough. We'll guide you through the basics, step-by-step, with the grand finale of watching your bread rising in the oven. And while we're at it, we'll explain just what goes into your average supermarket loaf. Be warned, you'll never want to go back. Workshops take place in our commercial bakery at The Hop Pocket in Bishop's Frome. You'll leave armed with a box full of your own Real Bread and all the information and recipes you need to recreate it at home. Refreshments and snacks will be provided throughout the day, along with a hearty lunch. Maximum workshop size: 10 Cost - £100 You can book online here, or to avoid the service charge, simply contact us at [email protected] to arrange payment by cheque, BACS or to redeem a gift voucher. To buy a gift voucher (available in denominations of £10, £25, £100, £125) drop us a line at the above address.

Venue:
Peter Cooks Bread
The Mint Shed , The Hop Pocket (2nd entrance from the road) Bishops Frome

When:
Sun, 27 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vegan Night at The Bookshop II


Following on from our sell out Vegan Night we are hosting a second evening the following Wednesday on the 30th January! Vegan Night II at The Bookshop!Katie and her team are bringing you a stunning 8 course tasting menu full of innovative and delicious vegan dishes along side a great selection of vegan wines and beers. Spaces are very limited for this event, so please book now to avoid disappointment. Menu: -Smoked lentil croquette, carrot and ginger   -Sweetcorn fritters + mint salsa -Pumpkin bread with pumpkin butter -Pistachio ‘cheese’, plumbs, rye  -Kale pancake, chilli poached tomato and tahini -Beetroot tortellini, walnuts and rocket -Salt baked celeriac, wild mushroom, shallot -Salted caramel and chocolate tart + beetroot sorbet -Petit fours & coffee

Venue:
The Bookshop
33 Aubrey Street Hereford

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Evening Of Clairvoyance With Les Brettell


An evening of clairvoyance with medium Les Brettell. Tickets are £5 each and will sell out very quickly so please order whilst you can. Any questions then please email - [email protected] FAQs   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? The event will be held in the Gardener Hall at point 4. Please look for car park B when looking to find the nearest parking.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email - [email protected] Telephone - 07802 289767 / 07460 369956 Facebook - @messagesfromtheangelshereford

Venue:
Royal National College for the Blind
College Road Hereford

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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