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Wells Cathedral High Parts Tour - July


Climb the spiral staircase to walk in the footsteps of Wells Cathedral masons with new behind-the-scenes tour of Wells Cathedral’s High Parts; one of the most memorable things to do in Wells! Discover hidden spaces, galleries and chambers, including behind the Wells clock See one of only two surviving tracing floors in the country where masons drew templates on the floor Walk along the singing gallery, complete with and learn about trumpet holes! Explore the south transept roof space And marvel at the nave from a very different perspective! Each Tour lasts 1.5 hours. A Family ticket uncludes 2 Adults and 3 children between 10 and 16 years. Meet your Guide at the Donation Desk in the New Entry Cloister 15 minutes before your Tour begins. If you purchase a Tour and tea package, your Guide will indicate where to take your refreshments at the end of the Tour. Bookings can be made via Eventbrite up to 24 hours prior to the tour taking place; click on the month of your choice below to choose your preferred day and time. Want to make a last minute booking? Call us on 01749 672773 or ask at the Donation desk on the day of your visit. Essential Safety Information: Any visitors with a fear of heights or confined spaces and/or in poor health should consider carefully their suitability for the tour. The maximum number in any upper levels tour is 12 and no children under the age of 10 years are permitted on the tour. Children between the ages of 10 and 16 years must be accompanied by one adult for every two children. The maximum age of a child is 16 years. The stairs are steep and narrow in places; therefore it is essential you wear suitable clothing and footwear. High heels, flip flops, in bare feet will not be admitted. Sandals must be securely fastened front and back. For reasons of security and safety, and due to the narrow spaces involved, rucksacks and bags (including camera bags) are not allowed on the tour route.  Your Guide will direct you to a place where any bags can be left while you are taking the tour but Wells Cathedral cannot take responsibility for any losses or damage incurred You are recommended to read the detailed safety information and restrictions available on the Cathedral’s website at www.wellscathedral.org.uk before booking Visitor Safety Instructions and Terms and Conditions for the safe operation of the High Parts Tour Please read this information carefully as you will be expected to comply with all restrictions and requirements listed below; the Cathedral wishes you to have an enjoyable and safe tour experience and we are grateful for your co-operation. Before you commence the High Parts Tour you will be asked to provide your name and age range to assist in the safe operation of the tour. Your signature will also be the acceptance that you have read and understood the visitor safety instructions and terms and conditions. The responsible adult will be asked to sign on behalf of children under the age of 18 on the tour. Any visitors with a fear of heights or confined spaces in poor health should consider carefully their suitability for the tour We encourage visitors to take photographs while on the High Parts Tour but, for reasons of security and safety, cameras must be able to fit into pockets (eg phone cameras) and visitors must stay with the main tour group The tour route does not include access to the top of the tower. The tour is not recommended for any of the following visitors: Those with breathing difficulties Those with heart conditions Those with joint problems Those with balance problems Those with reduced mobility Those who are pregnant Those who have any other medical condition which could put them at risk, or be worsened by the tour We request that all asthma sufferers bring their inhalers with them on the tour. Children and adults must be able to ascend and descend the tour unaided. There are up to 250 steps, uneven floors, low ceilings and the narrowest point is just 60cm (2ft.) wide.  The stairs are steep and narrow in places; therefore it is essential you wear suitable clothing and footwear and so not carry handbags or rucksacks or anything with a strap. Secure storage will be provided. High heels, flip flops, in bare feet will not be admitted. Sandals must be securely fastened front and back. The maximum number in any upper levels tour is 12 and no children under the age of 10 years are permitted on the tour. Children between the ages of 10 and 16 years must be accompanied by one adult for every two children, unless they are part of an organised youth group when at least two adults must be in attendance.  Smoking and/or using mobile phones for anything other than taking photographs is not permitted during the tour. Visitors must exercise caution when taking photographs and should not lean over barriers or step backwards to get a better picture. Once the tour has started there will be no opportunity for a comfort break. The lead Cathedral Guide is in charge of the tour; anyone not following the Guide’s instruction will be escorted back to the ground floor level while the rest of the group wait. The Cathedral reserves the right to refuse any visitor admittance on the tour if deemed to be in breach of any of the above. This will be for your safety and for the safety of others. The Cathedral’s decision is final and is not subject to appeal.   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Children must be at least 10 years old to take the Tour and must be individually accompanied by a responsible adult. What's the refund policy? Refunds can be obtained 30 days prior to the Event. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes What can I bring into the event? Mobile phones can be used during the Event, however there are no cameras allowed. NB Rucksacks and Bags inc Camera Bags will not be permitted.

Venue:
Wells Cathedral
Cathedral Green Wells

When:
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 2.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Friday Evening SUP Yoga on Cheddar Reservoir


SUP Yoga Sessions are at 18:00 and 19:30 with a ratio of 6:1. These are one hour fiveteen minute Yoga session suitable for beginners and experienced Yoga practitioners, especially for those who have never been on a stand up paddleboard. All equipment is provided and the session starts by getting chaged and paddling the boards out on to the water where they are tethered to a bouy. The yoga session on the water is between  50 minutes and an hour depending upon how quickly the group gets changed and gets out onto the water Yoga is not really suitable for young children - but you know them better that us....  How Much Does It Cost? Tickets for the SUP Yoga are £30   Tickets are purchased online and are sent to your e-mail. Is There A Group Discount? For groups of four or more there is a £5 per ticket discout - Enter the promotion code GROUP when booking your tickets. If you would like to organise a group session outside of the times offered - please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] or please ring 07971558715 What Do I Need To Bring? A towel and a pair of trainers, beach shoes or pumps that can get wet. There are wetsuits for you to borrow if you would like one - and it is recommended as you may get wet!

Venue:
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
12 Cheddar Road Axbridge

When:
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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BSUPA Ready 2 Ride - Monday 19:00 Two Hour Stand Up Paddleboard Experience


This is  two hour BSUPA Ready To Ride paddleboarding on Cheddar Reservoir, near Axbridge Somerset held every monday evening at 19:00, led by a BSUPA qualified instructor. Your board, paddle, leash, bouyancy aid and wetsuit are provided. You will need to bring shoes that can get wet and a towel. the club has lockable changing rooms and hot showers. The session starts at 19:00, with getting changed into a wetsuit (optional) and bouyancy aid (mandatory) before heading outside for a a safety briefing and introduction to the kit. There is a land demo folowed by short on the water demo of the three key stages of paddleboarding which are , prone, kneeling and standing.  Once the group has mastered the basics, there will be a short trip around the lake to practice the basic techniques before an introduction to new techniques, developing the paddle strokes, counter balance, recovery stroke, core stroke and advanced turns. These techniques will be used to paddle further and faster and when developing tigher turns. Thre will be a test of paddle skills and the opportunity to practice all the skills learnt before returning to shore for a debrief and discussion on next stages for developing your skills.  How Much Does It Cost? The cost  is £30. BCYC Members apply the promotional code BCYC_Member when purchasing tickets, and bring your BCYC Membership card along with your ticket for a reduced charge. Tickets are purchased online and sent to your email, and tickets can be cancelled up to one day in advance. Is there a multi-booking Discount? Can we do a different day? If you have a group of three or more - please contact [email protected] to discuss options for a group discount or organising personalised session at a specific time and day for your session.  What About Corporate Groups? Looking for a group activity. We cater for up to ten SUP on the water at a time, but can also offer sailing and windsurfing experiences. We have a galley and a training room and  - please contact [email protected] to discuss options for your group.  What if the weather is bad?  In extreme circumstances when it is too windy, the session will not be able to take place and an alternative date will be offered to all participants. What Do I Need To Bring? A towel and a pair of trainers , beach shoes or pumps that can get wet. A board, paddle, leash, bouyancy aid and wetsuit (optional) is provided. The club has lockable changing rooms and hot showers.

Venue:
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
12 Cheddar Road Axbridge

When:
Mon, 23 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Friday Evening SUP Yoga on Cheddar Reservoir


SUP Yoga Sessions are at 18:00 and 19:30 with a ratio of 6:1. These are one hour fiveteen minute Yoga session suitable for beginners and experienced Yoga practitioners, especially for those who have never been on a stand up paddleboard. All equipment is provided and the session starts by getting chaged and paddling the boards out on to the water where they are tethered to a bouy. The yoga session on the water is between  50 minutes and an hour depending upon how quickly the group gets changed and gets out onto the water Yoga is not really suitable for young children - but you know them better that us....  How Much Does It Cost? Tickets for the SUP Yoga are £30   Tickets are purchased online and are sent to your e-mail. Is There A Group Discount? For groups of four or more there is a £5 per ticket discout - Enter the promotion code GROUP when booking your tickets. If you would like to organise a group session outside of the times offered - please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] or please ring 07971558715 What Do I Need To Bring? A towel and a pair of trainers, beach shoes or pumps that can get wet. There are wetsuits for you to borrow if you would like one - and it is recommended as you may get wet!

Venue:
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
12 Cheddar Road Axbridge

When:
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


What About Us? - A deeper connection with everyone ... (Glastonbury)


WHAT ABOUT US? On the What About Us? weekends, we tenderly bust all our foolishly inefficient strategies for getting what we want and clean the channel straight to the heart of direct, visible, powerful communication and action. We want to enjoy all relationships, at home, at work, in bed, free of manipulation and control, free of complaint and game-playing. We are relearning how to be straight with each other. Over this two-day process, we will explore the possibility of experiencing deeper and more nourishing connections in our relationships, in all areas of life, which includes both the vulnerability and the presence to share more and more of ourselves. We will also examine the polarity of the masculine and feminine and our relationship to giving and receiving, sharing tools for being empowered in our vulnerability and taking responsibility for how we feel and what we need. In supporting each others’ unique journeys and excitements, you will use this weekend for shared and reciprocal growth “The weekend was big, bold, brain-buzzy in the best sense, and beautiful and brave in ways that I will never be able to explain. It was bright. Illuminating. Informative. Explorative. Sensory. Sensual. Supportive. Transformative.”  From the director of Battersea Yoga, Angus Ford-Robertson Ticket PricesIt is my highest vision to ensure that all my workshops and events are 100% inclusive. This idea of anyone missing one of my events for money reasons really bothers me. So although I set a price for the workshops I also offer the option of paying less if the price is out of your range.I am trusting that folks will meet me in the spirit in which it is offered. I write this now to ask you not to abuse the system in the vein of getting a cheap deal. FAQsIs my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, but let us know as soon as possible.Where is it? The Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury, High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DU When does it start and end? Saturday and Sunday the 21st and 22nd of July 2018 What should I bring?Please bring water, two pens (one felt-tipped or marker), a notebook/pad and if you want to be extra comfy, a cushion and/or a small rug. What will we eat?We suggest you bring a packed lunch and/or some bits to share with the other workshoppers.HousekeepingIf you have any issues with the registration process or you don’t hear back from us, please email Jamie at [email protected] for extra supportBy signing up for the workshops, you agree to the Terms and Conditions

Venue:
Assembly Rooms
High Street Glastonbury Somerset Glastonbury

When:
Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


A102 - BCYC RYA Start Sailing (Level 1) Adult Dinghy Sailing Course (Single Weekend)


RYA Start Sailing RYA level 1  A two day RYA  Start Sailing Dinghy Course for Adult novices or as a refresher for those returning to dinghy sailing. The Course is saturday and Sunday July 21st 22nd. The course runs from 09:30 to 17:00 each day.  The course follows the RYA start sailing syllabus and aims at developing confidence and competence of the participants while sailing under instruction. The course takes place using club training boats that can be hired by members once RYA sailing basics (RYA level 2) certification is achieved.  What Do I Need to Go Sailing? The course provides all equipment that you will need, wetsuits, bouyancy aid and spray jacket. In the summer, a change of clothes and shorts can be worn - subject to the weather conditions. You will need to provide shoes that can get wet (training shoes or pumps will do) and a towel. The club has lockable changing rooms and hot showers. Teas an coffees and be purchased at the club and most participants bring a packed lunch  How Much Will it Cost? The two day course costs £190 for the general public and £120 for BCYC members. In addition if you would like to purchase an RYA logbook - these can be obtained on the day for £7 Booking and payment is Online.

Venue:
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
Cheddar Road Axbridge

When:
Sat, 21 Jul 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Supergroom South West



Venue:
Royal Bath and West Showground
The Showground Shepton Mallet

When:
Sun, 22 Jul 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Visit to Wells Cathedral and Library


Join us at Wells Cathedral for a tour of the historic Cathedral and Library - one of the few remaining examples of a chained library, in which books were quite literary secured by chains to the shelving to prevent theft, in the UK. The Wells Chained Library houses pre-1800 (mainly printed) materials, all collected by Cathedral canons during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. "The core of the collection of some 2,800 volumes is theology, but science, medicine, history, exploration and languages are also well-represented. There are some good examples of manuscript books but the medieval contents of the Library were lost at the time of the Reformation." - Wells Cathedral This event will help meet the following areas of the PKSB: 6.3 Storage of collections 6.6 Curation 6.7 Preservation Wider Library, Information and Knowledge Sector context The cost of the visit will be £10.00 pp, payable to the Cathedral on the day. We have tours of the Library scheduled in two groups, the first at 11:30 and the second at 14:00. Please meet/reconvene at the Cathedral entrance at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. Lunch is available from the Cathedral Cafe at attendees' expense. Meet at the Cathedral cafe at 13:00. You can also contact Wells Cathedral directly to make enquiries: Catering: [email protected]; 01749 676543 General information: 01749 674483 Find out more about the history of the Cathedral and Library online here.  Once attendee numbers have been finalised the event organiser will be in touch to confirm the day's itinerary. Accessibility information is available at the Cathedral website here.

Venue:
Wells Cathedral
Cathedral Green Wells

When:
Mon, 23 Jul 2018 11.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Visit to Wells Cathedral and Library


Join us at Wells Cathedral for a tour of the historic Cathedral and Library - one of the few remaining examples of a chained library, in which books were quite literary secured by chains to the shelving to prevent theft, in the UK. The Wells Chained Library houses pre-1800 (mainly printed) materials, all collected by Cathedral canons during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. "The core of the collection of some 2,800 volumes is theology, but science, medicine, history, exploration and languages are also well-represented. There are some good examples of manuscript books but the medieval contents of the Library were lost at the time of the Reformation." - Wells Cathedral This event will help meet the following areas of the PKSB: 6.3 Storage of collections 6.6 Curation 6.7 Preservation Wider Library, Information and Knowledge Sector context The cost of the visit will be £10.00 pp, payable to the Cathedral on the day. We have tours of the Library scheduled in two groups, the first at 11:30 and the second at 14:00. Please meet/reconvene at the Cathedral entrance at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. Lunch is available from the Cathedral Cafe at attendees' expense. Meet at the Cathedral cafe at 13:00. You can also contact Wells Cathedral directly to make enquiries: Catering: [email protected]; 01749 676543 General information: 01749 674483 Find out more about the history of the Cathedral and Library online here.  Once attendee numbers have been finalised the event organiser will be in touch to confirm the day's itinerary. Accessibility information is available at the Cathedral website here.

Venue:
Wells Cathedral
Cathedral Green Wells

When:
Mon, 23 Jul 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Thursday Afternoon Stand Up Paddleboard Taster on Cheddar Reservoir - In Association with Cheddar Woods


In Association with Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa - Cheddar Watersports at BCYC is offering Stand Up Paddleboard Taster sessions on Cheddar Reservoir every thursday afternoon, 14:00 or 15:30 This is a one hour fifteen minute introductory taster session for Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP)  led by a BSUPA (British Stand Up Paddleboard Association) certified instructor. Each session is for a maximum of six people. Minimum age is 8 (it can be hard work!) Your board, paddle, leash, bouyancy aid and wetsuit (if required) are provided. You will need to bring shoes that can get wet and a towel. The club has lockable changing rooms and hot showers. The session starts with getting changed into a wetsuit (optional) and bouyancy aid (mandatory) before heading outside for a  safety briefing and introduction to the kit you will be using. There is a land demo folowed by short on the water demo of the three key stages of paddleboarding which are prone, kneeling and standing. There is a demonstration of self rescue and how to fall correctly. Once the group has mastered the basics, there will be a short trip around the lake to practice the techniques that have been learnt before returning to shore for a debrief and discussion on next stages for developing your skills. How Do I Book Tickets? Tickets are purchased online - and must be purchased the day before so that instructors can be organised. If you would like to contact the organiser direct for a last minute or grop booking - please ring 07971558715. How Much Does It Cost? Tickets for the SUP Taster are £20.  Tickets are purchased online and are sent to your e-mail. Is There A Group Discount? For groups of four or more there is a £5 per ticket discout - Enter the promotion code GROUP when booking your tickets What Do I Need To Bring? A towel and a pair of trainers, beach shoes or pumps that can get wet. There are wetsuits for you to borrow if you would like one - and it is recommended as you may get wet!

Venue:
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
12 Cheddar Road Axbridge

When:
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 3.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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