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IWA Peterborough Canal Cleanup


IWA Peterborough Branch – Work parties clearing vegetation on Horseways Channel and carrying out maintenance of Horseways Lock. 10am to 3pm. Personal Protective clothing and tools are provided but it is advisable to wear sturdy footwear and warm clothing. Hot drinks are provided in the branch gazebo. As there are no facilities nearby you are advised to bring a packed lunch. Access is via, and by permission of, Allpress Farms, Byall Fen Drove (B1093), PE16 6XQ. For further information please contact David Venn: [email protected] 

Venue:
PE16 6XQ
Chatteris

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Code Club @Vivacity - Scratch for Beginners (Central Library)


Get lost in space, have a chat with your computer and build your own racing game! What? At Code Club young coders (recommended ages 7-11) will learn how to program simple games and animations using the visual, block-based programming language Scratch. Our Code Club volunteers will be on hand to help them work their way through exciting coding projects which will gradually extend their skills and increase their confidence. The Code Club curriculum consists of a set of projects with step-by-step instructions, but children are equally welcome to bring their own ideas, projects and creativity! When? NEW DATES ADDED Code Club at Central Library runs every other Saturday from 1:30 to 2:45 PM. Sessions take place on the following dates:  3 March 17 March 14 April 28 April 12 May 26 May 9 June 23 June 7 July The sessions are aimed at complete beginners - no prior experience of coding or Scratch is required, but your child should be able to read instructions and have basic keyboard/computing skills.  To book a place Places for Code Club are free but limited!  A maximum of two places can be booked per booking. Tickets are only required for the young coders - parents/carers are welcome to stay and help out (and learn!) without needing to book a place. Please book for each session your child(ren) will attend. Should the Club be fully booked, your child will be placed on a waiting list, and you will be contacted as soon as a space opens due to cancellations or non-attendance. 

Venue:
Peterborough Central Library
Broadway Peterborough

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Code Club @Vivacity - Scratch for Beginners (Orton Library)


Get lost in space, have a chat with your computer and build your own racing game! What? At Code Club young coders (recommended ages 7-11) will learn how to program simple games and animations using the visual, block-based programming language Scratch. Our Code Club volunteers will be on hand to help them work their way through exciting coding projects which will gradually extend their skills and increase their confidence. The Code Club curriculum consists of a set of projects with step-by-step instructions, but children are equally welcome to bring their own ideas, projects and creativity! When? Code Club at Orton Library runs every other Saturday from 2 to 3:15 PM. Sessions take place on the following dates: 10 March 24 March 21 April 5 May 19 May 2 June 16 June 30 June 14 July The sessions are aimed at complete beginners - no prior experience of coding or Scratch is required, but your child should be able to read instructions and have basic keyboard/computing skills.  To book a place Places for Code Club are free but limited!  A maximum of two places can be booked per booking. Tickets are only required for the young coders - parents/carers are welcome to stay and help out (and learn!) without needing to book a place. Please book for each session your child(ren) will attend. Should the Club be fully booked, your child will be placed on a waiting list, and you will be contacted as soon as a space opens due to cancellations or non-attendance. 

Venue:
Orton Library
Bushfield Peterborough

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Code Club @Vivacity - Scratch for Beginners (Bretton Library)


Get lost in space, have a chat with your computer and build your own racing game! What? At Code Club young coders (recommended ages 7-11) will learn how to program simple games and animations using the visual, block-based programming language Scratch. Our Code Club volunteers will be on hand to help them work their way through exciting coding projects which will gradually extend their skills and increase their confidence. The Code Club curriculum consists of a set of projects with step-by-step instructions, but children are equally welcome to bring their own ideas, projects and creativity! When? NEW DATES Code Club at Bretton Library runs every other Saturday from 2 to 3:15 PM. Sessions take place on the following dates: 10 March 24 March 21 April 5 May 19 May 2 June 16 June 30 June 14 July The sessions are aimed at complete beginners - no prior experience of coding or Scratch is required, but your child should be able to read instructions and have basic keyboard/computing skills.  To book a place Places for Code Club are free but limited!  A maximum of two places can be booked per booking. Tickets are only required for the young coders - parents/carers are welcome to stay and help out (and learn!) without needing to book a place. Please book for each session your child(ren) will attend. Should the Club be fully booked, your child will be placed on a waiting list, and you will be contacted as soon as a space opens due to cancellations or non-attendance. 

Venue:
Bretton Library
The Cresset, Rightwell , Bretton Peterborough

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Meditation Training and Group Meditation


This event will be held at Allia's Future Business Centre in Peterborough and will be presented by Martin Hassall from Meditation in the Workplace Ltd. It provides an introduction to the benefits of meditation and, in particular, the benefits of introducing meditation to the workplace. Some of the myths that often prevent people from meditating will be dispelled and the science behind meditation explained. Attendees will be encouraged to perform a short breathing exercise and take part on a short group meditation. The way we work affects both yourself and colleagues around you . Your work environment can be a place of fulfilment and creativity, but the increasing complexity and demands of the modern workplace can cause anxiety, stress and fatigue. Meditation and mindfulness cultivate calm and clarity, offering an effective means of relieving stress and creating mental space. Freeing energy and increasing creativity and enjoyment, meditation can help to build confident decision making and effective action. Those experienced in meditation and beginners to meditation are most welcome.

Venue:
Allia Future Business Centre
London Road Peterborough

When:
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Beginners Property Secrets


Unlock & learn rock solid, time tested property investing systems   You come to our Peterborough offices, spend one full day with us and 18 other beginner Property Investors for an intimate and personal Q&A. Your personal questions answered by the UK’s leading property trainers and investors, live at our training academy (that we bought BMV & NMD – explained on the day): See the UK’s largest property training operation live from the inside.    Gives the new investor the shortest route to property cashflowsuccess  Learn Buy to Let, Buy to Sell (Flip), JV’s & Low/ None of you money down investing to cash in on the imminent B2L Boom    Use minimum cash, time & risk for maximum cashflow, portfolio growth & pension provision for the long term Learn about - Systemising your business Goals vison for the futureBuilding your Mastermind alliance Tour of PP offices, training suite, meet the PP team The 6 stage investor roadmap   

Venue:
Peterborough
9 Office Village , Forder Way, Cygnet Park Peterborough

When:
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Jail Break 2: Conscription 1916


New challenge, new puzzles, same old cell St Neots Museum in partnership with Mystery in History are proud to present the second season of Jailbreak, set in the Victorian cells of the Old Police Station, more commonly known these days as St Neots Museum. Our first season in Spring this year saw 574 people locked in our cells and we now return with a brand new challenge involving different skills and challenges. Responding to customer feedback, we now have two types of tickets: £80 for larger teams (between 5 and 8 people) and £60 for smaller teams (4 people or less). Dates for season 2 Tickets are now on sale for sessions on the following dates. October 2018 Saturday 20 October (Evening) Sunday 21 October (Afternoon) Saturday 27 October (Evening) Sunday 28 October (Afternoon) November 2018 Friday 2 November (Evening) Sunday 4 November (Afternoon) Thursday 8 November (Evening) Saturday 10 November (Evening) Tuesday 13 November (Afternoon) Thursday 22 November (Evening) Saturday 24 November (Evening) Thursday 29 November (Evening) Friday 30 November (Evening) December 2018 Saturday 8 December (Evening) Sunday 9 December (Afternoon) Thursday 13 December (Evening) Saturday 15 December (Evening) Afternoon sessions are at 1.30, 2.30, 3.45, 4.45 and 5.45pmEvening sessions are at 4.45, 5.45, 7, 8 and 9pm.   The Scenario It is the 16th November 1916.  You and your colleagues are employed by Mr Bartlett, renowned butchers of St Neots. Last week you all received your call up papers to join the Bedfordshire regiment and to prepare to begin military training before travelling to the Western Front in France to serve with His Majesty’s forces.  But you believe it is imperative that the good people of St Neots continue to have a good supply of meat, and without your presence, there will be an acute shortage of slaughtermen and butchers. You have therefore appealed against your conscription into the army and in consequence you have been summoned to St Neots jail, where you will be held for one night before appearing at Huntingdon County Appeal Tribunal before Lord Sandwich and Lieut. Carter representing the Military, who will consider your appeal.  But you know Lord Sandwich’s reputation as someone who will not allow people to avoid military service, as the tribunals have been ordered to be a strict as possible. Therefore, you are determined to escape....... The challenge After being locked in the cell, you and your colleagues will have 60 minutes to break out. You will have to pass through three stages: breaking out of the cell; breaking out of the cell corridor; and – finally – escaping through the main gate. These stages get progressively harder and more complex so you will need to work together, promptly, from the very moment the game starts. This game does not require any strength or physical force. All the information you need to escape is already provided, as long as you use your eyes, ears and your brain and are able to work together as a team.  FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There must be at least one person in your party aged 18 or over. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email [email protected] or call 07870 317312 Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? That is fine.... people often buy tickets as birthday presents or gifts. Is Jailbreak suitable for wheelchair users? Yes, doors will be narrow, but the whole experience is conducted on the same floor level Is this a real police cell that I will be locked in? Totally.

Venue:
St. Neots Museum
8 New Street Saint Neots

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 4.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The AC DC Experience



Venue:
Metropolis Lounge, The
59B Bridge Street Peterborough

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 7.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Mamma Mia Singing Workshop!


** Please note the change of date ** Do you love singing? Do you love Mamma Mia? Then this is the workshop for you! From age 8 upwards (all under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult who is also joining in with the workshop).NO AUDITIONS!NO SHEET MUSIC!Just lots of singing and lots of fun! All levels of experience welcome but it kinda helps if you can just about sing in tune ;)  We'll learn 3 songs from the movie ready for a busking style performance in Peterborough city centre at around 2.30pm that afternoon. The workshop will also include tips on vocal technique & performance skills. The workshop will be 3 hours with breaks included.   Tickets will be £20 per adult, £10 per child under 16. Adults can have a maximum of 2 children attending under their care.   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Yes, the workshop is age 8+ and all under 16s must be accompanied by a fully paying adult who is also joining in with the workshop. Maximum of 2 children per paying adult.   What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is plenty of (free) parking at the Nene Valley Community Centre.      What can I bring into the event? You don't need to bring anything with you except yourself and your own bottle of water if you want to! We'll also have water available on the day.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact [email protected]   What's the refund policy? No refunds available. However, you are able to give your ticket to someone else - just let me know their name so I know who to expect on the day.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No.   

Venue:
Nene Valley Community Centre
Candy Street Peterborough

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Metal Masterclass #4: Digital Storytelling using Twine with One to One Development Trust


Aimed at artists and writers, this workshop offers a hands-on chance to unlock the exciting potential of interactive fiction and digital storytelling – with no previous experience or technical knowledge required. After looking at engaging examples, you will then create a new work or adapt an existing story of your own using Twine – an online tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.In this workshop you will explore ways in which technology can complement and enhance the storytelling experience – from carefully crafted branching narratives through multiple-character viewpoints and puzzle-solving to media-rich games featuring interactive elements, sound effects, photos and videos. Learn new skills, increase your confidence and potentially widen the audience for your work. You will need to bring your own laptop or tablet device. Places are limited, booking is essential. 

Venue:
Metal Culture
Saint Peters Road Peterborough

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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