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Hate Crime on Public Transport


Disability Equality Scotland together with partners from Police Scotland, Transport Scotland and SESTRan (South East of Scotland Transport Partnership) are hosting this event on the topic of Hate Crime on Public Transport.  Hate Crime remains an issue on public transport for people from equalities groups, and we are keen to hold a discussion on ways in which we can all take steps to combat it.  Transport Scotland is keen to establish a national Hate Crime Charter; a document which sets out a series of pledges to which transport providers would commit.  This event will bring together disabled people, other equality organisations and transport providers to discuss hate crime on public transport, and the potential for a Hate Crime Charter; including what it would have to contain to be useful, and how this can be monitored and implemented.  

Venue:
New Volunteer House
16 East Fergus Place Kirkcaldy

When:
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 10.45am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


A Play on Words


A Play on Words A play, a book and a song: Play:  The Purple, White and Green: The Story of the Scottish Suffragettes Book Reading:  Jenni Gudgeon Music: Essa Flett Play: 7.30pm – 8.30pm The 6th of February 2018 marked the hundredth anniversary of women being granted the right to vote.  Nicola Wright and Lea Taylor tell the Story of the Scottish Suffragettes through a fusion of play, photography and song.   Interval and Book Reading: 8.30pm – 9 pm Artist and writer Jenni Gudgeon reading from her book Folkland Fables. Inspired by Falkland Estate in Fife whose history, legends and geography are woven into her book.   Music: 9pm – 10pm Scottish contemporary folk artist, Essa Flett.  Music from BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2017 Semi-Finalist.    Bar Available

Venue:
Corn Exchange
Saint Catherine Street Cupar

When:
Fri, 22 Jun 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Golf History Walk / British Golf Museum


St Andrews is known as The Home of Golf for good reason, having made an unparalleled contribution to the development of the game for over six centuries; our combined 'Home End' tour and British Golf Museum ticket offers a unique opportunity to learn of golf's history through combining a guided walk (1 hour approx) of the area of the 1st and 18th holes, the R&A Clubhouse and Old Tom Morris's shop, with a visit to the five star British Golf Museum, Home to Golf's History, where golf's story is told through the outstanding collections and superb displays.

Venue:
British Golf Museum
Bruce Embankment Saint Andrews

When:
Sun, 24 Jun 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Scot Free Tours St Andrews: Free Walking Tour


Interesting in learning about St Andrews' dramatic past? Some of the biggest events in Scottish history have taken place in St Andrews. Come on a walking tour to hear tales of assassinations, royal romances (we're not talking about Prince William), Alice in Wonderland and President Eisenhower.  Tours last an hour and a half and take place Fridays at 11am, Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 12 noon. Please check website for specific dates. Tours are free but guides will invite donations at the end. Tours meet at the Martyrs' Monument, The Scores. Walk-ups are welcome but to guarantee your place, reserve a spot via our website.

Venue:
Martyr's Memorial
The Scores Saint Andrews

When:
Fri, 22 Jun 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Scot Free Tours St Andrews: Free Walking Tour


Interesting in learning about St Andrews' dramatic past? Some of the biggest events in Scottish history have taken place in St Andrews. Come on a walking tour to hear tales of assassinations, royal romances (we're not talking about Prince William), Alice in Wonderland and President Eisenhower.  Tours last an hour and a half and take place Fridays at 11am, Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 12 noon. Please check website for specific dates. Tours are free but guides will invite donations at the end. Tours meet at the Martyrs' Monument, The Scores. Walk-ups are welcome but to guarantee your place, reserve a spot via our website.

Venue:
Martyr's Memorial
The Scores Saint Andrews

When:
Sat, 23 Jun 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Tom Beaver and The Tarviteers


Midsummer Music Tom Beaver and The Tarviteers With support from Billy Caulfield and Pip Dylan. Cupar singer-songwriter Tom Beaver teams up with musicians from the Moonzie Allstars ‘The Tarviteers’. Support from Billy Caulfield and Pip Dylan from Raeburn Heights play a selection of country, rockabilly and classic song. Bar available.

Venue:
Corn Exchange
Saint Catherine Street Cupar

When:
Sat, 23 Jun 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Scot Free Tours St Andrews: Free Walking Tour


Interesting in learning about St Andrews' dramatic past? Some of the biggest events in Scottish history have taken place in St Andrews. Come on a walking tour to hear tales of assassinations, royal romances (we're not talking about Prince William), Alice in Wonderland and President Eisenhower.  Tours last an hour and a half and take place Fridays at 11am, Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 12 noon. Please check website for specific dates. Tours are free but guides will invite donations at the end. Tours meet at the Martyrs' Monument, The Scores. Walk-ups are welcome but to guarantee your place, reserve a spot via our website.

Venue:
Martyr's Memorial
The Scores Saint Andrews

When:
Sun, 24 Jun 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Deep Relaxation with the Gong


"Just relax and let the sound of the gong take you to where you need to go". During this blissful hour there will be a gentle warming up of the body, a seated pranayam (breath work) and then you will lie down and let yourself deeply relax and lose yourself in the powerful sound vibrations of the Gong. Just bring your presence and willingness to let go, allowing the deep relaxation to boost your well-being. “The mind has no defense against the gong” – Yogi Bhajan The Gong strengthens the parasympathetic nervous system, tunes up the glandular system (the glands being guardians of our health) and slows the brain waves down, creating conditions for deep relaxation and healing. The Gong also has an accumulative healing effect on the mind, body and spirit, inviting clarity, vibrancy and intuition. When the mind is still you can move into your heart and experience your own true nature, your own truth, your own Sat Nam. What to wear & bring: It's best to wear comfortable loose or stretchy clothing, with layers to cover up for the relaxation period. Bring whatever you need to be warm and comfortable, this might include a yoga mat, sheepskin rug, cushion/pillow, blanket, scarf/eye pillow to cover the eyes etc. There are yoga mats and blankets at the venue. Please bring water. No experience is necessary. Relaxing herbal tea will be available after the event. Precautions: Not suitable during pregnancy, if you have epilepsy, a serious mental health condition or any condition which is sound sensitive or could be triggered by sound e.g. metal implants/pacemaker. Commitment: £12 (at the event) or £10.50 booked online. Tickets on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive 5 minutes early so we can have a prompt start. For more information: [email protected] / 0778 665 1918 Full details, including yoga classes with gong relaxation, see:www.theblissness.com Many blessings* Jo Coley x #GongBath #GongRelaxation #KundaliniYoga #KundaliniGong #Blissness #BlissnessYoga #TheBarefootSanctuary

Venue:
The Barefoot Sanctuary
45 Melbourne Place North Berwick

When:
Tue, 19 Jun 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Family Pool Party


The National Deaf Children’s Society in partnership with Fife Deaf Children's Society are holding a Family Pool Party! Schools (nearly!) Out for the Summer!... why not celebrate the end of the School Year with us? Come and have fun in the pool with your whole family!  We'll be riding the waves and water flumes to celebrate the school holidays, so come and join us. Bring the whole family along, however you must abide by Fife Leisure’s Admission Policy and Adult/child Ratios: All Children must be accompanied by an adult (16 years plus) who stays onsite throughout the entire party. Children under 8 years must be accompanied in the pool by an adult. Parent/Child Ratios: 1 Adult: 3 Children (5 to 7 years) or 1 Adult: 2 Children (4years + under) or 1 Adult: 2 Children (one 5-7years and one 4years + under) FAQs What age is this event suitable for? All Deaf young people and their families, please book in advance. Is this event suitable for non-swimmers? Yes, the pool will be open to all ages and abilities, children will be parents responsiblity at all times. Lifegaurds will be on duty. Can hearing siblings attend? Yes!  Hearing siblings are welcome to attend along with Grannies and Grandpa's or Aunties and Uncles! Do parents / carers need to go on the water? Yes, parents have to go on the water with any children under 8 years old. You must also adhear to the Admission Policy and Adult/Child Ratios. What are the Adult / Child Ratios? Parent/Child Ratios: 1 Adult: 3 Children (5 to 7 years) or 1 Adult: 2 Children (4years + under) or 1 Adult: 2 Children (one 5-7years and one 4years + under) Do parents / carers need to stay on site? Yes. All Children must be accompanied by an adult (16 years plus) who stays onsite throughout session. What do I need to bring? Swimming costume / shorts Towel Hat & Googles Locker money (20 pence coin) Dry Box to store aids Snacks or money for drinks and lunch / snacks.  No food or drink will be provided at the event. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? The centre is located on the promenade on the seafront in Leven. There is ample free car parking and the bus station is directly opposite the centre Please note: the nearest railway station is Kirkcaldy, which is about 40 minutes by bus or 20 minutes by Taxi from the swimming pool. Will food & drinks be provided? No. Food and drink will not be provided to participants or spectators.  The cafe / vending machines will be avaliable to purchase food and hot / cold drinks. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? If you have any questions about the day please contact Swimming Development Officer, Eleanor Connelly on 0141 354 7860 or email [email protected] 

Venue:
Levenmouth Swimming Pool & Sports Centre
Promenade Leven

When:
Sat, 23 Jun 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Mob Grazing Gives You More: a Practical Introduction


Mob grazing gives you more: A practical introduction for livestock & arable farmers What is it? Why would you do it? How do you do it? Assessing practical benefits and performance on the ground. Come along to hear and discuss what mob grazing could do for your business. Includes visit to Balcaskie Estate. Speakers: Tom Chapman, Farmer and mob grazing specialist and Sam Parsons, Estate Manager.  Free to farmers and land managers. Lunch is provided. Book your free place now using this online form: it’s open to all but we’re expecting this session to fill up quickly, and booking is absolutely essential. For more information call Lyn on 07899 791 748, or email [email protected] Funding for this activity is made available through the SRDP Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund (which is jointly funded by the Scottish Government and the European Union), with partner funding from Quality Meat Scotland and Forestry Commission Scotland, Innovative Farmers and The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation.

Venue:
The Bothy
Comielaw Farm Fife

When:
Tue, 26 Jun 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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