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Do you want to grow your business - Business Network International


Are you looking for more business? Can you take on more business? Are you based within 20-30 minutes of Darlington? Our group has passed over £600K of business between our members in the last 12 months (an average of £50K per month) and this is on the increase as we better get to know, like and trust each other. That said, there are many oportunities when we have business to refer/pass and we don't have a professional to pass it to. We regularly have business to pass to the following professions: Builder Architect Joiner Plasterer Decorator Recruitment agency Training company Apprenticeships provider H&S company Occupational Health provider Office supplies Florist Hairdresser Beauty consultant Health & welbeing consultant Personal trainer SEO  Sign writer Copy writer Photographer Videographer Event management IFA Bookkeeper Personal insurance broker Office space Plus others ....... This is a growing group with 18 current members. Only one seat is available per profession so if you would like to visit to see how we can help to grow your business. Book via eventbrite to attend and pay on arrival. All you need to bring with you is a £10 pp meeting fee (payable on arrival - not on eventbrite) and plenty of business cards. A breakfast roll and tea or coffee and juice is provided. If you have any specific access or dietary requirements please let us know when booking and we will ask the hotel to cater to your needs. We look forrward to seeing you there. Bright & breezy M  Emma Barugh MB Human Resources Consulting Ltd Chapter President

Venue:
DL3 7HZ
The Bannatyne Hotel , Southend Avenue Darlington

When:
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 6.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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RSPB Saltholme - Early Birders - RSPB Member exclusive


RSPB Member? Why not head out early (from 8am) as the site is opened and enjoy a spot of birding while it's quiet. This event is open to RSPB Members only and you'll need to have a valid membership card with you as well as your booking confirmation. Once you've finished your birding you can head to our cafe for a cooked breakfast available from 9.30am (included in price)     FAQs   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Contact our reception on 01642 546625 with any questions.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes. You must bring your printed ticket along with a valid RSPB membership card with you.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? The name on the ticket must match the name of at least one person in your party. All individuals in the party must be an RSPB Member and must have their Membership card with them.

Venue:
RSPB Saltholme
Seaton Carew Road Thornaby on Tees

When:
Sun, 23 Sep 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Late Summer Lectures in Literature


From snake-women to satirical pamphlets, the beginnings of sound film to the burning of Shakespeare’s globe: come along to our annual Late Summer Lecture series for the latest research into literature, books and culture. The 2018 series is themed around ‘Beginnings and Endings’.  All lectures are presented by early career researchers from Northern universities, bringing cutting-edge insights to you in Durham. The series is free and everyone is warmly welcome, from school and university students to the general public. There will be a chance to ask questions of the speakers, and to mingle afterwards over free refreshments. Weekly Programme 15th August: “The Beginning of Sound Film -The End of Literary Modernism?” and “The Rise of Populism and a Call for the New Sincerity in Contemporary Fiction”, with Lara Ehrenfried and Arya Aryan 22nd August: Sacred Symbols, Snake-Women and Sisterhood: Crafting Power in Medieval Origin Stories, with Alexandra Claridge, Olivia Colquitt and Madelaine Smart 29th August: 'Remembrance, but to what end?: Registers of petition in the holograph manuscripts of Thomas Hoccleve' and '(S)he’s just not that into you: Resistance and Persistence in Medieval Romance Literature', with Laurie Atkinson and Hannah Piercy 5th September: “Literary Ghosts: The death of Robert Greene and the Birth of Satirical Pamphleteering” and “Fire stopped play: Shakespeare, Henry VIII, and the day the Globe burned down”, with Rebecca Hasler and Laura Jayne Wright 12th September: The Stream of Consciousness in the Works of William Wordsworth and James Joyce, with Adam James Cuthbert 19th September: Ab origine mundi/ ad mea…tempora: Beginnings and Endings in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, with Simona Martorana 26th September: 'Victims in a Vacuum': Inscribing Identities in Childhood and Deathbed Scenes, with Oliver Hancock and Morven Cook  3rd October: Behind Gilded Walls: Tales of wonder, the Gothic, and Islamic Mythology in Contemporary Literature, with Meriem Rayen Lamara Further Information Find out more about the series at the Late Summer Lectures website. Also follow Late Summer Lectures on Facebook, or join the conversation on Twitter with #LSLSDurham. The organisers can be contacted on [email protected]

Venue:
Alington House Community Association
4 North Bailey Durham

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Beginnings and Endings in Ovid’s Metamorphoses


Our annual Late Summer Lecture series brings you the latest research into literature, books and culture. Everyone is warmly welcome, from school and university students to the general public. The influences of Ovid's Metamorphoses can be found throughout later Western literature. This Late Summer Lecture will take us back to the original poem, at the end of which Ovid remarkably suggests his work is bound to last forever. Ab origine mundi/ ad mea…tempora: Beginnings and Endings in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, with Simona Martorana “Ovid’s Metamorphoses was the book from which centuries of European culture drew their knowledge of Greek and Roman myth” [Graf 2002, 108]. In fifteen books the Latin poet Ovid tells, indeed, a huge range of myths: some of them have affected the work of such authors as Chaucer or Shakespeare and have been readapted into modern works by British contemporary writers (cf., e.g., Hughes 1997; Mitchell 2009), as well as playwrights (Zimmerman 2002). These myths go from the origin of the cosmos (ab origine mundi; Met. 1.3) to Ovid’s own contemporary historical context (ad mea ... tempora: “to the present time”; Met. 1.4). In the very last part of the poem, however, Ovid makes also a reference to the future time, by stating that his work is bound to last forever (15.878). In this paper, I will focus on this coexistence of beginnings and endings in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, explaining how they represent the architecture on which the continuity of the poetic discourse is grounded. To do so, I will go through some selected passages of the poem, reading them in English translation: these passages show that Ovid was able to tell the story of humankind without interrupting his “continuous song” (perpetuum ... carmen; 1.4). Such a process generates a sort of uninterrupted chain which gives unity and consistency to the sequence of small and scattered episodes of the poem. At the same time, this endless series makes the poem appear as though it continuously evolves in an everlasting process, such as Scheherazade’s tales in One Thousand and One Nights: the very last word of Metamorphoses is, in fact, vivam (“I will live”). This ending suggests that the metamorphic, ever-returning and everrepeated process of the poem will, in fact, never end. Simona Martorana Simona Martorana is a PhD Student (October 2017-) at Durham University’s Department of Classics & Ancient History. Her doctoral research, which is funded by the AHRC Northern Bridge Doctoral Studentship, focuses on Ovid’s Heroides. She did both her BA (2011-2014) and MA (2014-2016) at the University of Trento (Italy); during her degrees, she also spent two semesters abroad, respectively in Germany (Freiburg i.B.) and in the US (Columbia University). Her research interests include Augustan poetry (Ovid), Senecan tragedy, Literary criticism and theories; Medieval Latin; Classical Reception. On these topics, she has already published three articles, one book-review and three reports, and given many papers. Further Information Find out more about the series at the Late Summer Lectures website. Also follow Late Summer Lectures on Facebook, or join the conversation on Twitter with #LSLSDurham. The organisers can be contacted on [email protected]

Venue:
Alington House Community Association
4 North Bailey Durham

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


#FSBConnect Darlington - 19 September


#FSBConnect Darlington Your opportunity to join #FSBConnect Networking and effectively develop and grow your business through our national network of events Events are held on Wednesday 19 September and regularly thereafter every 3rd Wednesday of each month. It's FREE to attend and all are welcome so why not bring  a friend/colleague. Join fellow business owners and entrepreneurs in an friendly, informal environment over tea/coffee and biscuits at Business Central in Darlington. In addition, FSB representatives will be on hand to talk to you about ensuring that you get the most from your FSB membership and of course time to mingle and circulate with your promotional literature and those all-important business cards! Details on joining #FSBConnect will also be available at the event, which is completely free. There will also be an opportunity to place a business card into a hat with the winner getting the chance to deliver a 5-min talk to the whole room about their business. We look forward to welcoming you! Don't forget to download our Business Networking - 10 top tips. For general enquiries regarding the event please contact Harry Harrison (07977 430000) The FSB Events Privacy Policy can be found online here.  #FSBConnect Darlington is one of many #FSBConnect events run across the UK. You can also join #FSBConnect for free and be sure to follow @FSBTeesValley & @FSBNorthEast for regular information to support your business.  

Venue:
Business Central Darlington
Union Place Darlington

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Pensions and Taxation Seminar / Durham


Pensions are a complex issue for doctors, not helped by regular changes to the rules. But don't let these challenges eclipse one critical truth - the NHS Pension Scheme is a great way to save for your retirement. Our Pensions and Taxation seminar is aimed at doctors aged 40 years and over. Over 90 minutes one of our experts will explain how the pension rules works for doctors in the NHS Pension Scheme; and what you really need to know to make sure that that your finances are properly prepared for retirement, so that you can retire well and on your own terms. We will help you to better understand: The 3 NHS pension schemes and how they work together Changes to the annual allowance, including tapering, and if you are affected How to calculate your ‘adjusted income’ and how this could catch you unawares The lifetime allowance, how it may affect you and how to minimise any impact How to make the most of a private pension to benefit your spouse or partner How to sensibly plan to protect your financial future and that of the next generation The seminar is free to attend for all doctors and you are welcome to bring a guest.

Venue:
Marriott Hotel Royal County
Old Elvet Durham

When:
Wed, 19 Sep 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


NEPIC International Bioresources Conference 2018


Join us on Thursday 20th September and discover the latest developments in Bioresources and the Circular Economy. The NEPIC International Bioresources Conference brings together a large gathering of senior industrialists, business leaders, scientists, academics and agriculturalists from across global markets to hear some of the latest developments in the circular economy and bioresources sector. The North East of England is once again proud to be hosting this international event, complemented by delegates and speakers from global markets and sectors representing a first-class opportunity to share expertise and network with like-minded companies and individuals. Highlighting some of the ground-breaking work being carried out in the field of Industrial Biotechnology the conference seeks to both raise awareness of current developments and provide an opportunity for interested parties to network and discuss possible opportunities and collaboration. The conference will also look at innovative solutions to some of the key problems facing the world today including decarbonisation, waste plastics recycling, hydrogen and waste to fuel for transport, and industrial symbiosis. Delegates will hear exciting developments in key projects impacting on the sector as well as an update on Industrial Strategy for the Tees Valley. A key conference objective will be to get organisations and individuals talking to each other, sharing knowledge, tackling complex issues and topics and seeking opportunities for collaboration, business growth and investment. Confirmed speakers  Biotechnology: Green Lizard Technologies | Chemical Products from Bioresources Ingenza | Biotechnologies and Efficiency Improvements Quorn | Subject to be confirmed C-Capture | Biogas Upgrading  Circular Economy: James Woodcock | ISL Industrial Symbiosis and the Sharebox Project Power Minerals | Power Station Ash to Fertiliser Licella | End of life plastics to chemicals/fuel  Low Carbon Transport: Alstom | H2 Powered Rail Transport Velocys | Waste to Jet Fuel project update  The role of Bioresources in Industrial Strategy and the local Economy: Bio Base Europe | Case study on Ghent and the role of Bioresources KPMG | Tees Valley Low Carbon Industrial Strategy The Conference will once again incorporate a pre-event dinner on the evening of the 19th September for sponsors, speakers and invited guests. Thinking of attending and staying over at the Radisson Blu, Durham?  NEPIC has secured a preferred B/B rate of £115.00 (inc VAT) for conference attendees.  Simply contact reservations at the Radisson Blu, Durham on +44 (191) 3727200 and quote NEPIC at the time of booking. If you are interested in event sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lynne Aungiers on 01642 442562 / [email protected]  for further information.

Venue:
Radisson BLU hotel
Frankland Lane Durham

When:
Thu, 20 Sep 2018 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Transport for the North Strategic Development Corridor Briefing - Durham


You may be aware of work Transport for the North (TfN) is undertaking, looking at options to improve transport connections across the North of England. We have identified seven strategic development corridors across our region where we will identify multi-modal investment priorities in the short, medium and long term.  These corridors link important economic centres that are currently in need of improved connectivity. You can find out more about the corridors and the feasibility studies for them at http://transportforthenorth.com/strategic-development-corridors/.   We want to ensure you continue to be able to get involved and help us shape this important work between now and early next year, when our finalised Strategic Transport Plan and Long Term Investment Programme for the North will be published.   For the Southern Pennines and Yorkshire to Scotland corridors we have arranged a number of progress briefings, where we will present the evidence we have gathered and how we have used feedback from stakeholders to inform the outcomes and potential interventions that have been agreed.    Attendance at this corridor progress briefings is by invite and registration only. Registration opens at 1pm for a 1.30pm; the formal agenda will finish around 3.15pm with networking opportunities after.    Places at each event are limited, so we would encourage you to sign-up at the earliest opportunity to secure a place and to coordinate within your organisation to avoid sending an inordinate number of attendees where possible.   We would also ask you not to forward on this invite without letting us know. If you know of other stakeholders in your area who you believe we should also be engaging with please let us know. If you are involved in local government, please be aware that a senior officer and member in your authority should already have been contacted.   We look forward to seeing you.

Venue:
Bishop Auckland Town Hall
Market Place Bishop Auckland

When:
Thu, 20 Sep 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Flashmob



Venue:
Avalon
8 Blackwellgate Darlington

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Event #2 SEND Half day workshop Durham 21/09/18


Half day Workshops to discuss SEND/EHCP related issues. As part of the Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) Reforms Programme, we are offering a series of free half day training sessions . We're really excited to get professionals together to see how we can really make a difference for our CYP by ensuring good quality health advice is included in EHCPs and discussing legal aspects, responsibilities and “What Good Looks Like” The target audience is health professionals who work directly with Children and Young People. We will have speakers from health, local authority and SENDIASS. This training will be essential for front line health staff working directly with CYP in helping them fulfil their statutory responsibilities relating to SEND – please circulate to relevant NHS colleagues

Venue:
Durham Town Hall
Town Centre Durham

When:
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 12.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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