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Lazy Way Furniture Painting


So you love the idea of painting your own furniture but don't think you have the time? Well I've got news for you, you have! And you can! Come along to one of our "Lazy Workshops" where I will introduce to the AMAZING Frenchic Furniture Paint Lazy Range Paint I'll teach you how to prep your piece and show you the basic principles of furniture painting. Then you are away! Lazy Range is so simple to paint with, self levelling and self sealing.. Come along and try it  I bet you'll be addicted ! Just bring along a small piece of furniture no larger than. a bedside cupboard We'll supply the rest, along with refreshments!

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
Shaston House, 15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Wells Cathedral High Parts Tour - November


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 and does not include the tower.  A Family ticket includes 2 Adults and 3 children between 10 and 16 years. 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. When and Where to Meet Your Guide Meet your Guide at the Donation Desk in the New Entry Cloister 15 MINUTES BEFORE your Tour begins. If you purchase a Tour and refreshments package, your Guide will indicate where to take your refreshments at the end of the Tour. 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 and/or in poor health should consider carefully their suitability for the tour. The tour is not recommended for any of the following visitors: Those with breathing difficultiesThose with heart conditionsThose with joint problemsThose with balance problemsThose with reduced mobilityThose who are pregnantThose 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, including cameras. Secure storage will be provided. High heels, flip flops, in bare feet will not be admitted on the tour. 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.  Also note that this is a busy, working Cathedral so there may be some noise from other activities taking place during the tour, but this should be minimised due to the nature of the tour route. 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? It is essential you wear suitable clothing and footwear and so not carry handbags or rucksacks or anything with a strap, including cameras. Secure storage will be provided. High heels, flip flops, and bare feet will not be admitted on the tour. Sandals must be securely fastened front and back. Mobile phones can be used with care during the Tour, however there are no cameras allowed. Visitors must exercise caution when taking photographs with mobile phones and should not lean over barriers or step backwards to get a better picture.  

Venue:
Wells Cathedral
Cathedral Green Wells

When:
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Let's Dance "You exercise, We entertain”


Let’s Dance - "You exercise, we entertain.” Wells First Tri-Collaboration Fitness Class. Getting parents exercising, with the added bonus of their children being entertained while they workout! Every Thursday 9:30 –10:30 The Square Wells, Priory Road Wells. £10 paid at the door Stay for coffee after the class, to extend your child’s playtime too! The event bright is to book slots for the child entertainment aspect of the session, maxium limit of 20 childrens spaces per class. One child is inculed in the £10 class fee, each sibling cost an additional £1.50p. Cash to be paid on date of the class.  Please note there is high demand for the class, so only book, if you are 100% committed. Failiure to attend, with result in your childs name being listed as a non atteneder, whihc may affect future bookings.            

Venue:
The Square
20 Priory Road Wells

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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The Ancient Wisdom: an outline of Theosophical Teachings


We shall be reading the book: The Ancient Wisdom: an outline of Theosophical Teachings by Annie Besant.Together we will share our ideas, feelings, insights and understanding in response to the written material by Annie Besant.About the book: It is admitted on all hands that a survey of the great religions of the world shows they hold in common many religious, ethical and philosophical ideas. One suggested reason for this similarity is the existence of an original teaching in the custody of a Brotherhood of Teachers, Themselves the outcome of past cycles of evolution, who have acted as the instructors and guide of the child-humanity of our planet. Partial List of Contents: Astral Plane/Kamaloka/Man’s Ascent/Building a Cosmos.After our reading and discussion, a light lunch of vegan food will be provided.

Venue:
Queen Camel Memorial Hall
High Street , Queen Camel Yeovil

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Coffee and Croissants, Wednesday 21st November 2018


Coffee and Croissants is the area's premier networking event, with over 600 local business people taking part since 2013.   Relaxed and friendly, this is "grown up" networking that has helped many local businesses win new contracts and has brought about fabulous collaborations.  Our talk this week:  “Nutritional Therapy – isn’t that about eating more kale?” and other common misconceptions Are you curious about the role nutrition plays in supporting good health but feel alienated by its associations with “diets”, deprivation, and images of wholesome green smoothies posted by young, slender,  Instagrammers? Happily, this is just bad press  and Registered Nutritional Therapist Linda Thomas will debunk some common myths about nutrition and discuss how it is relevant to everyone, regardless of age, situation or lifestyle. TWENTYONE Cafe + Kitchen is situated on Wells Market Place, just before Penniless Porch.  You will find ample parking behind the Town Hall in the Pay + Display car parks on South Street, adjacent to the Recreation Ground. We have chosen to have Coffee and Croissants on a Wednesday so you can have the extra delight of browsing the Wells local produce market, which opens before 9.00am, so you can do a bit of shopping either before or after your coffee. N.B. Your coffee and a glorious bun or cake is included in your ticket price.  

Venue:
TWENTYONE Cafe + Kitchen
21 Market Place, Wells

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Let’s look at your business social profiles


Getting a fresh persepctive and understanding what you potential customers see can be a challenge when you create and manage your own social media profiles. Join professional digital marketer - Digital Carrot's Tamsin Hewer - to look at the way you share your business and brand with the world. Examine your existing social pages and get some free advice on what to keep and what to stop doing, as well as top tips on what content you should be sharing. My Coffee Stop are kindly providing the venue for free to support local business, please support them by buying a drink at this free session.   This session is for businesses within the Mendip District Council area, you may be charged for your place if you don't have a Mendip address.

Venue:
My Coffee Stop
34 High Street Shepton Mallet

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


DofE leader network


Network meeting for leaders, co-ordinators and volunteers in DofE centres supported by Somerset County Council. Two meetings each term, one each side of the county. You're welcome to attend whichever one suits you - the agenda will be the same.

Venue:
The Brook House Inn
Castle Cary

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Hullabaooo Messy Play


Join us for Messy Play at Hullaballo. There are huge benefits of messy play for babies and children as they learn to developed through unstructured, exploitable play. Experimenting with different materials, textures and tastes - without any goals. Because messy play is all about exploring, there is no right or wrong way. This means children can participate whatever their ability. It's also a very social activity, because it doesn't rely on words. Children can play together and share their discoveries without having to explain things verbally. However it can be a great way to explore vocabulary and describing textures, temperatures etc. It encourages early mark making. We aim to make everything edible, so there is no worries about what your little one puts in their mouth.  Each week is themed October: 10th  - Make your own playdoh and Kinetic sand!                17th - Exploring textures - Water beads, slime, sand, cornflour and water plus foam!                24th - Halloween Themed - Exploding couldrens, Slime, Bakes bean lucky dip and more                31st - NO MESSY PLAY November: 7th - Fireworks                   14th - Vehicals Themed                   21st - Under the Sea Theme!                   28th - The Dinosaur Take Over Theme December: 5th - Colours and textures - The food we grow                   12th - Winter Wonderlad Theme!                   19th - Fun Filled Christmas Games! Suitable for 8 months up.

Venue:
Hullabaloo Jungle Play
Townsend Shepton Mallet

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Artisan Enhancements Techniques Workshop


Artisan Enhancements products are designed  the Beginner Right through to the professional! Do you want to take your painting to the next level? And elevate your painting style? Then this is the workshop for you A other fun, interactive and hands on workshop. We will cover the following; Scumble glaze Pearlescent finishes Embellishment stencilling Metallic Foils  and Faux Finishes with various plasters All materials included as well as refreshments and lunch

Venue:
Edie-Mae's
Shaston House, 15 Shaston Road , Stourpaine Blandford Forum

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


TALK: with Alistair Spalding CBE Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Sadler's Wells


'You have to stage the things that take your breath away' Alistair Spalding Nobody knows about dance better than Alistair Spalding, who has been Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Sadler’s Wells since 2004. Under Alistair, Sadler’s Wells has become a world-leading dance house offering an ambitious programme of dance in all its forms and presenting first-class UK and international artists and companies. Audiences of over half a million see performances at its London theatres each year, with over 130,000 more enjoying its touring productions at venues across the UK and around the world. Sadler's Wells commissions and presents more new dance work than any other theatre in the world, embracing the popular and the unknown. Since 2005, it has helped to bring over 160 new dance works to the stage. Alistair was awarded the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres in 2005 and was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2012, for services to dance. He holds honorary doctorates from Middlesex University (2012), the University of Hertfordshire (2014) and the University of Roehampton (2015). Messums Wiltshire are proud to have an ongoing association with Sadler's Wells, including staging works by associates and world-class choreographers Russell Maliphant and Alexander Whitley. Our monthly Supper Club with Alistair as our special guest, if you would like to know more or book a place at the table click here

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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