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Tackling Poverty Forum Dumfries


The next Tackling Poverty Forum will present an opportunity to explore and collaborate on how best to move forward with the group and form what the next steps may be. This new forum could help everyone to work together to: Develop partnership opportunities between organisations which previously had no contact; enabling promotion and collaborative working between providers; Establishing a new e-mail network which will highlight successful projects, provide details of potential funding opportunities and networking events; Sharing best practice to support existing and new organisations to emulate the success of others; Avoid duplication of services and re-focus support to where it is most needed; Identifying gaps and challenges to influence future working. We are delighted to have Colin Freeman, the Participatory Budgeting Manager Dumfries and Galloway Council, attending this forum to talk with us about Participatory Budgeting and give us the opportunity to feedback our views on this. If you feel this is something you would be intrested in or could contribute towards, your attendance would be appreciated. 

Venue:
The Usual Place
Academy Street Dumfries

When:
Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Fit Night Out


Fit Night Out The fitness event of the year is back and better than ever with everything you need under one roof for one night only! Grab your friends and get ready for the best fitness fun you’ll ever have! Join us for incredible workouts with our Master trainers including Fairy Bod Mother, her BodSisters and The Bod Father and burn over 1300 calories in the process! We all know there ain’t a party like a Fairy Party but this one is different… each ticket includes an incredible goody bag worth over £20! AND there’s more! You can fuel yourself with our delicious healthy tuck shop (ha!), be the first to shop our merchandise collection, receive discounts on class passes and memberships and be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes from Fairy and partner businesses. Get excited and book your ticket now! 1. Fit Night Out 1 £20 3 hours of classes and partying with Fairy’s top trainers An amazing goody bag worth over £20   2. Fit Night Out VIP £30 (tables of 7) 3 hours of classes and partying with Fairy’s top trainers Your very own VIP area with nibbles and prosecco on table An amazing goody bag worth over £30 TICKET INFORMATION Once you make a purchase, you will receive an order confirmation from Eventbrite, Fairy Bod Mothers ticketing partner. Your e-ticket(s) will be attached to your confirmation email. Sadly we aren’t able to offer refunds, all ticket sales are final — but if you can no longer make it you can give your ticket to a friend.  16 years of age an over only. I.D may be requested on the door

Venue:
Venue, The
6-7 Church Place Dumfries

When:
Fri, 24 Aug 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


World Rugby Level 1: First Aid in Rugby - Annan RFC


Scottish Rugby are working in partnership with World Rugby to provide a first aid in rugby qualification for club and school volunteers who may be asked to respond to an injured rugby player.  Aims On successful completion of the course, a pitch side responder will be able to: Plan and risk assess for potential emergency situations at sports grounds. Appreciate safety hazards for a first aider. Protect the neck and perform an assessment of airway, breathing and circulation. Recognise the difficulties in telling major and minor injury apart in the early stages – particularly head injuries Recognise cardiac arrest and perform effective basic life support and safe defibrillation. Initially manage a potentially spinally injured player safely in an emergency situation. Understand the role of the first aider in the chain of survival. Manage common limb injuries including sprains, strains and fractures. Activate appropriate help   Outline This course is delivered by World Rugby Medical Educators, and will last approximately 6 hours. Assessment Completion of online pre-requisite World Rugby online level 1 (http://playerwelfare.worldrugby.org/firstaidinrugby) and full attendance required. This course is competence based and involves on-course appraisal. It involves both classroom and outdoor practical activities, where coaches will be expected to participate fully in all sessions. 

Venue:
Annan RFC
17 Bank Street Annan

When:
Sun, 26 Aug 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


FREE FIT NIGHT OUT FOR CASH FOR KIDS


Fit Night Out The fitness event of the year is back and better than ever with everything you need under one roof for one night only! We have partnered up with Cash For Kids and are now making the event FREE! All we ask is you consider a donation on the door! Grab your friends and get ready for the best fitness fun you’ll ever have! Join us for incredible workouts with our Master trainers including Fairy Bod Mother, her BodSisters and The Bod Father and burn over 1300 calories in the process! We all know there ain’t a party like a Fairy Party but this one is different! You can fuel yourself with our delicious healthy tuck shop (ha!), be the first to shop our merchandise collection, receive discounts on class passes and memberships and be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes from Fairy and partner businesses. Get excited and book your FREE ticket now!

Venue:
Venue, The
6-7 Church Place Dumfries

When:
Fri, 24 Aug 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Scottish Ensemble: Chamber Notes with Matthew Hunt (clarinet)


Scottish Ensemble unleash the power of chamber music through the clarinet quintets of Mozart and Brahms, with guest soloist Matthew Hunt.  MozartClarinet Quintet in A major BrahmsClarinet Quintet in B minor John Luther AdamsThe Wind in High Places [movement 2] Mozart and Brahms wrote just one clarinet quintet each, both in the final years of their lives. But it’s their inherent quality and charm, not only their solitary status, which has always made these quintets stand out amongst each composer’s repertoire. Mozart’s is now not only one of his best-known pieces, but one of the most cherished in the clarinet repertoire, and it’s easy to see why: moments of understated virtuosity bloom from a soft, calm, mellow beauty. Brahms’ quintet – modelled on Mozart’s, as so many of his works are – is similarly autumnal in mood, with waves of contemplative major and melancholic minor moods shifting like sunlight.Join Scottish Ensemble musicians and one of the UK's most distinctive clarinettists, Matthew Hunt, as they explore both works at this afternooon concert in the impressive surrounds of the Crichton Church, at Dumfries' Easterbrook Hall. Scottish Ensemble (SE) is the UK's leading string orchestra; a collective of outstanding musicians championing music for strings. Crossing styles, musical periods, genres and art forms, SE aims to create exhilarating musical experiences that forge new connections between people, places and ideas. In recent years, SE has become increasingly known for its bold and adventurous collaborations with artists from other forms and disciplines. Performing across Scotland, the UK and internationally, at the heart of all SE events is a commitment to engaging, dynamic live performance of the highest quality.

Venue:
Crichton Memorial Church
University of Glasgow Crichton Campus Dumfries

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 3.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Musica Adventus: Concerts by Candlelight with Sean Shibe (guitar)


Flickering candlelight, atmospheric architecture, and music of illumination, reflection and warmth… Join the UK's leading string orchestra for a Christmas concert with a difference. VivaldiGuitar Concerto in D major, RV 93 J. S. BachChorale Prelude (from The Art of Fugue) CorelliConcerto Grosso in G minor (‘Christmas Concerto’) Pēteris VasksMusica Adventus HolstIntermezzo (from St. Paul’s Suite) Pairing glowing candles with music of hidden depths, Scottish Ensemble's much-loved Concerts by Candlelight series are a reflective alternative to the usual carol concerts in the lead up to Christmas. At this year's concert, Renaissance and Baroque works, full of radiant festive charm, sit alongside lingering contemporary sounds that will stay with you long after the concert ends. Always offering a little extra gift, Scottish Ensemble will welcome the talented guitarist Sean Shibe as a very special guest. Having only recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the BBC New Generation artist has already been turning heads at high-profile concerts and music festivals, and in May 2018 won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society award."genius, a term which should rarely be applied to performing musicians, but at 25 he has it."The Arts Desk on Sean Shibe, July 2017 Scottish Ensemble (SE) is the UK's leading string orchestra; a collective of outstanding musicians championing music for strings. Crossing styles, musical periods, genres and art forms, SE aims to create exhilarating musical experiences that forge new connections between people, places and ideas. In recent years, SE has become increasingly known for its bold and adventurous collaborations with artists from other forms and disciplines. Performing across Scotland, the UK and internationally, at the heart of all SE events is a commitment to engaging, dynamic live performance of the highest quality.

Venue:
Crichton Memorial Church
University of Glasgow Crichton Campus Dumfries

When:
Sun, 9 Dec 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


IOFNI - Fundraising Conference 2018


Come and join us for our annual fundraising conference and learn from some of the best fundraising innovators. This year’s theme is #KeepingItFresh How to keep yourself as a fundraiser and also your cause fresh and relevant to your donors in today’s ever changing climate and competitive industry. The day will be a mix of plenary sessions and interactive breakout sessions of your choice.  This annual conference is organised by dedicated volunteers who, in our day-jobs, raise funds for work with children, older people and those dealing with mental health issues and cancer diagnoses.  If you are a supplier and are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the conference please get in touch.

Venue:
Cultra Manor
153 Bangor Road Holywood

When:
Thu, 8 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Nathan Carter and his Band


Nathan Carter is one of the biggest names on the Irish music scene and is fast becoming a big name all over the UK

Nathan was born on 28th May 1990, growing up in Liverpool. His family originate from Newry in County Down. He soon leaned to play the accordion and trips to Ireland to compete in Fleadh Ceoil’s became a regular feature of young Nathan’s life, and by the age of 12 he won All Ireland medals for singing, and the accordion. Nathan soon became a member of the Liverpool Ceili band, playing accordion and piano, and solo performances soon followed in Liverpool and Ireland.

Nathan performs an array of original songs and covers which show the tone and range of his vocal ability which, on occasion emotes clearly his own passion for the songs and what being Irish means to him.

Since his appearance on BBC 1’s The One Show back in August, his profile on this side of the Irish Sea has grown immeasurably.

Nathan is an expert accordion player so you can expect a bit of hand clapping, foot tapping hooley as well and this friendly and good looking young man will perform a superbly entertaining show that will make you want to see him again.


Venue:
Dumfries, United Kingdom
Dumfries, United Kingdom Dumfries

When:
Wed, 7 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bee Farming - The Move from Hobbyist to Bee Farmer


Description This course is for the hobby beekeeper looking to make the move towards professional bee farming. It covers the practical issues affecting bee farming on a larger scale, as well as information on setting up a business, keeping accurate accounts, running a business and writing a business plan. Marketing and branding products will also be covered and the course will include a visit to a large scale bee farming extracting facility. Course Fees This is a Healthy 'BEES' Project course and fees for students are generously subsidised by the SRDP Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund, which is jointly funded by the Scottish Government and the European Union. Bookings are discounted to £65.27 which includes an administration charge for online bookings. Instructions and venue information Joining instructions with course outline, what to bring, and venue information will be sent to students upon booking. Target Audience The Healthy 'BEE' Project courses are aimed at those who wish to teach or mentor other beekeepers or are studying for SBA modular exams or practical assessments or who simply want to improve their beekeeping. They are delivered by Scottish Expert Beemasters on behalf of Moray Beekeepers Association. If you wish to be a better beekeeper and learn more about your bees and their care then these courses are for you. Students are welcome to apply on a first come, first served basis. Course Booking Cancellation Policy Moray Beekeepers Association reserves the right to reschedule or cancel advertised courses. Should this be necessary then you will be given the option of a refund or a transfer to another course/date. We will give as much notice as possible, but regret that we cannot be responsible for any other costs such as those relating to travel or accommodation that might result from this. Students who have booked on courses may cancel and receive a full refund if notice of cancellation is received at least four weeks before the course start date. If notice of cancellation is received less than four weeks before the course start date, refunds will only be issued if the cancelled place(s) can be re-sold. A course booking indicates an acceptance of this cancellation policy.

Venue:
South of Scotland BKA HQ
Holywood Station , Holywood Dumfries

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Dumfries & Galloway's Annual Tourism Conference 2018


Date: 2 October 2018 Location: Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries VisitScotland and Dumfries & Galloway Council would like to invite you to the annual Tourism Conference 2018, giving you the opportunity to hear the latest news from the regions tourism sector. Be inspired by the speakers, take part in interactive workshops and take the opportunity to network, this event is hugely popular so book your tickets today. Free to attend, lunch provided. Agenda to follow

Venue:
Easterbrook Hall
The Crichton Trust , Bankend Road Dumfries

When:
Tue, 2 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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