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Wells Cathedral High Parts Tour - October


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. Children under the age of 10 years are not 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. 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:
Mon, 15 Oct 2018 2.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rosie Kay Dance Company: MK Ultra


Be dazzled by bright lights, superhuman dancing and pounding music. Relax in the reassuring glamour of beautiful bodies and the glittering lifestyles of music videos. But what dark, ugly secrets lie behind the mask for the generations of young mainstream pop stars - and those who watch them? MK Ultra explores the the rise of a strange, dark myth of our time. How, as millions of young people turn away from the established political systems, they are embracing bizarre conspiracies that they see hidden like a secret code in the culture and music that surrounds them. MK Ultra mixes creator and choreographer Rosie Kay's thoroughly researched exploration of the rise of the Illuminati conspiracy in modern culture with filmmaker Adam Curtis' documentary elements to create a new kind of dance work. MK Ultra is visually arresting, with costumes from Lady Gaga's designer Gary Card, a gold mirrored stage, hypnotic triangular projections by Louis Price, a pulsing soundtrack of American trap music and a mesmerising score by electro-acoustic composer Annie Mahtani.

Venue:
The Strode Theatre
Church Road Street

When:
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 12.00am -
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 12.00am


Fit for my Future - Langport


Fit for my future is a health and social care programme which Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Somerset County Council and other partners are running to understand how we can best use our resources to help people across Somerset stay healthy and independent for longer.  We want to hear as many views as possible and would like to encourage as many people as possible to attend to share their experiences of health and social care services and what might be done to make them better in future.

Venue:
Great Bow Wharf
Great Bow Yard Langport

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Cheese & Toast at Brympton House, October 2018


Join us for our October lunch at Brympton House near Yeovil, where we will be joined by local business woman Fran Lee of Bumblees Preserves. Fran's preserves are produced the traditional way, small batches in a maslin pan, using recipes handed down the generations, and home grown and locally sourced produce.  A welcome drink will be served at 12:30pm and we will sit down to eat at 1pm. Menu: Breast of chicken with a stilton sauce and root mash Somerset Cheeseboard Vegetarian option available on request.

Venue:
Brympton House
Brympton Avenue Brympton

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 12.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bridgwater's Breakfast Club with guest speakers Laura Brown and Peter Andrews


Take advantage of the Instagram BOOM for your business - by Laura Brown & Peter Andrews - Why you need to be using Instagram for your business! - How your business can take advantage of the BOOM of Instagram users & features! - Our top Introtweet Tips for Instagram success!  - Learn how to sell with Instagram! About Speakers Introtweet was established in July 2013 by Laura Brown & since then has grown into a successful Social Media business with a brilliant reputation both in their local Taunton area & across the UK. Laura & Peter help businesses maximise the potential of Social Media either via Social Media management, training, large scale workshops or online support. Some of their clients have included world leaders in their industry including South West Water & Heidelberg.

Venue:
YMCA, The George Williams Centre
Friarn Avenue Bridgwater

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 7.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Needle Felt Robin Picture Workshop @Craft4Crafters Show - Bath & West


Come and learn to needle felt with The Makerss on this fun robin picture workshop! Frame the picture or use it to create Christmas cards. Numbers are limited - we are reserving 5 places for people booking on the day, so if the event is sold out online you have a chance on the day, just come straight to our stand number 18 (near the entrance, behind Craft Habitat) to book. You will take away your finished picture and your needle felting tools. Please note: You will also need an entrance ticket to get into the show. Visit Craft4crafters for tickets We have other events each day on our stand: 10.30-11.30 - WORKSHOP Penguin (book via eventbrite or on the day) 12 - 12.30 - DEMO - Mice (free - just turn up) 1-1.45 - DEMO - Gnome (free - just turn up) 2.15 - 3.30 - WORKSHOP - Robin Pictures (book via eventbrite or on the day) www.themakerss.co.uk Visit our website for Free Tutorials, Needle Felt Supplies, Kits and Workshops

Venue:
Royal Bath and West Showground
The Showground Shepton Mallet

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 2.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Needle Felt Penguin Workshop @Craft4Crafters Show - Bath & West


Come and learn to needle felt with The Makerss on this fun penguin workshop! Numbers are limited - we are reserving 5 places for people booking on the day, so if the event is sold out online you have a chance on the day, just come straight to our stand number 18 to book. You will take away your finished penguin and your needle felting tools and handout sheet. Please note: You will also need an entrance ticket to get into the show. Visit Craft4crafters for tickets We have other events each day on our stand: 10.30-11.30 - WORKSHOP Penguin (book via eventbrite or on the day) 12 - 12.30 - DEMO - Mice (free - just turn up) 1-1.45 - DEMO - Gnome (free - just turn up) 2.15 - 3.30 - WORKSHOP - Robin Pictures (book via eventbrite or on the day) www.themakerss.co.uk Visit our website for Free Tutorials, Needle Felt Supplies, Kits and Workshops

Venue:
Royal Bath and West Showground
The Showground Shepton Mallet

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ayla Nereo in Concert - Glastonbury



Venue:
Assembly Rooms
High Street Glastonbury Somerset Glastonbury

When:
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


HIGHBRIDGE CLASSES - Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust Wise Hippo Classes


THERE ARE 4 CLASSES WHICH ARE SPREAD OVER 4 WEEKS.  CLASS ONE STARTS ON FRIDAY 19TH OCTOBER.  THE FOLLOWING 3 CLASSES WILL BE ON 26TH OCTOBER, 2ND NOVEMBER AND 9TH NOVEMBER. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU SHOULD BE AT LEAST 28 WEEKS BEFORE YOU BOOK THESE CLASSES Wise Hippo Overview of programme and what is covered in each session Class one: the beginning, explaining why we need to learn how to birth anyway, introduces the rationale for the programme and includes an essential guided hypnosis session that will be useful for the whole of pregnancy and beyond!   Explaining the relevance of the Hippopotamus   The Picture of Childbirth today   The Wise Hippo Birthing Programme materials   Defining Hypnosis   Acknowledging Pain   The Physiology of Birth and the Impact of Fear   Mind / Body connection   The Impact of Others   Taking charge of your thoughts Class two: the most practical session, introducing the breathing and self-hypnosis tools for use in labour and supporting birth partners in their role.   Relaxation – the antidote to discomfort   What is Relaxation?   Positions for Relaxation   Remember to Breathe   Self-Hypnosis   Eyes Open Hypnosis   Time Distortion   Anchoring   Birth Partners Script   Establishing a practice routine Class three: thinking through birth choices and preferences in depth and drawing up the plan, includes all those key physical preparations and a wonderful exercise and hypnosis session designed to reduce fears and anxieties.   Prenatal bonding   Choosing where to have your baby   Choosing who will be with you when you have your baby   Alternative options for promoting comfort   Medical intervention   Natural nudges of encouragement for your baby   Interventions explained   Benefits of a natural birth   Writing your birth plan and making your birth choices   Physical preparations for birth   The mirror mantra   Fear release session Class four: putting all the techniques and practice together, again birth partners are key in this session developing their understanding of their role on the day.   Soothing strokes and the power of positive touch   Positions for birth   Ligaments and pelvis   Humming your baby down – birthing your baby   Birth partner’s role   Using the techniques during labour   When baby arrives   Sea of Serenity – Birth Hypnosis session   Your practice and preparation diary

Venue:
Highbridge Children's Centre
7 Coronation Road Highbridge

When:
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


ATL Europe Glastonbury/Avalon


Hello ATL Europe Member Welcome to the ATL Europe Glastonbury event on Friday, October 19th until Sunday, October 21st, 2018 In the place where the legends say -       that Merlin and Faye led the Druid school, -       King Arthur and Guinevere were leading the round table, -       Jesus came as a young man to study with the druids and later his uncle Joseph buried the Grail Still today, thousands of people yearly take an inner journey in the Avalon area. We are gathering here to be more effective Transformational Leaders for the people we meet. As old Druids, we are gathering together in a circle,  to reignite our mission in Europe and beyond. We will gather to support you in transforming the people and the land where you live and work in Europe. We will walk the old leylines and share, meditate and experience the energy vortexes. Together we travel from London to Glastonbury and back with a bus so we have more time to meet up with each other. You are free for breakfast, lunch, and dinners as there are many possibilities in Glastonbury depending on your food requirements.   AGENDA Friday, October, 19th 2018 Leave at 9:00 am from South Kensington, London with the bus (hotel Rembrandt where the book launch is) Arrive at Avebury Stone circle at 11:00 am for meditation and lunch. Leave at 2 pm to Glastonbury 4 pm to 6 pm Open Circle in the Goddess House After 6 pm: check in your lodging plus dinner with your friends   Saturday, October 20th, 2018 Start at 9:00 am in the Goddess House for Open Circle 11 am up to Tor for meditation 1 pm back to Town for Lunch till 3 pm 3 pm Abbey of Glastonbury till 5 pm 5 pm Open circle 7 pm Dinner together   Sunday, October 21st, 2018 Start at 9:00 am in the Goddess House for Open Circle 11 am up to Challis well garden 1 pm back to Town for lunch till 2:30 pm 2:30 om Open Circle until 4 pm 4 pm leaving with the bus to London First stop in Heathrow Airport (Terminal 3) Second stop South Kensington (London)   Price 200 £ Price for guests (your life partner) Price is 180£   Price includes: 1/ Bus Travel – even if you come later or leave earlier that is included. 2/ Event place: Goddess House 3/ Dinner on Saturday night 4/ Transportation to the Thor and Challis well gardens when needed 5/ Access fees to Abbey of Glastonbury and Well garden   Not included 1/ breakfast, lunch, and dinners (except Saturday night) 2/ personal lodging  

Venue:
Goddess House
24 Magdalene Street Glastonbury

When:
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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