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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, 18 Jan 2019 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Referral Marketing Meeting


Our meetings are structured, positive and focused on developing *exclusive referral marketing partnerships.  Many business categories are *taken and by registering your interest in attending someone will contact you to make sure we have an opening. There is no obligation on either part as we have no way of knowing if our referral strategies would fit into your present approach to gain new business. A breakfast and meeting fee of £15 is payable on the door.    FAQs   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact Paul Clegg [email protected] or call 01749 671596 

Venue:
Haynes International Motor Museum
Sparkford Sparkford

When:
Fri, 18 Jan 2019 7.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Parent Support Group - Home Education


So you’ve decided to home educate - now what? There are a whole range of reasons why families choose to home educate. Perhaps you just know it feels the right decision because your child was struggling at school.  Maybe you disagree with the 'teaching to the test' and exam culture within mainstream education. Maybe your child's special needs were not being met or they were worried about bullying?  Maybe they started developing anxiety or social phobias and you have watched them slowly disengage more and more with family, friends and the things they used to like to do. You have taken positive action and removed them from school, you’ve heard about de-schooling and child-led learning, but you may be looking at a child who seems reluctant to engage in anything. Maybe you find yourself battling with them to come off consoles or are worried they spend too much time alone in their room. You may be wondering how you are going to reach out to them and help them start learning again. Zena and Emma can offer you strategies and step by step approaches that work. Giving you the tools to help your child re-engage with their learning. Perhaps you are just looking for practical advice about where to find resources? Or maybe your head is full of questions that you would like answers to, in order to gain more confidence in your decision to home educate: What should we be doing each day? What subjects should I be covering? What about GCSEs? How much time do I need to spend educating my child? My child doesn't seem interested in learning, what do I do? Join our Parent Support Group and get practical and emotional support with your home educating. Come and make important connections with others who understand the challenges you face. Get relevant information, advice and ongoing support from Zena and Emma - home education experts. * Refreshments included * Discounts are available - Please email us to take advantage of these offers. Book 6 sessions in advance for £42 (instead of £48) Book 2 adults (from the same family) for £10   FAQs  What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? By car, turn off A358, enter Ashill, the hall is on your right.  There is a large car park next to the Hall. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? email: [email protected]   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. But we will need to confirm your attendance on the day, so if you can show your e-ticket on your phone that would be great.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes

Venue:
Ashill Village Hall
Ilminster

When:
Wed, 16 Jan 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Time Management


Overview of course Our Time Management course is ideal for people who have a busy schedule and need help to maximise their productivity, whilst at the same time lead a balanced life. Do you find yourself having a busy but unproductive day? Our training will help you achieve the most in your time. It will help you achieve your current goals and meet the new goals as part of a changing pattern of the work environment. This course demonstrates that through self-awareness and motivation we are capable of more than we believe we can do. You will be given some great time saving tips to help you manage your time and will come away with lots of ideas to improve your working style. Our workshop sizes are kept to a maximum of 12 delegates to ensure our experienced trainers have time to help individuals understand any complex points. Who is it for? Anyone who struggles with their work life balance or has difficulty keeping on top of a never ending to do list. This course is suitable for anyone from those in administrative, sales and marketing roles through to senior managers.   What will you learn? This course will help you use your time more productively. It will help you prioritise your time so the most important and urgent tasks get done first. It will help you understand stress and the causes of stress. It will give you ideas and examples for time blocking your diary to ensure essential tasks get done. It will help you set goals that are attainable and organise your working environment to create a clear environment to get things done. You will identify the drains on your time and how to overcome them. You will also learn some world renowned techniques such as Pareto’s 80/20 rule. Course Content Making more productive use of your time A serious look at stress The management of time Setting life’s priorities Identify those time bandits! The most necessary skill of all—goal setting Getting organised Removing worry and getting the fun back Who is the trainer? Bill Allen - Senior Crisp Associate This workshop can be booked as: a one-off course, please click 'Tickets' above to get started a credit from a Learning Passport, saving you 17% off the full price, please call us to discuss as part of our ILM recognised CPD Essentials Programme, please call us to discuss an In-Company training course just for your team, please call us to discuss Other courses available at this venue include Dealing with Difficult People and Negativity, The Essentials of People Management, Assertiveness, Self Confidence and Communication . Please call us on 01392 409 198 or email [email protected] if you have any questions.

Venue:
Yeovil Innovation Centre
Barracks Close , Copse Road Yeovil

When:
Wed, 16 Jan 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Langport Connect with Guest Speaker Julia Ngapo


Langport Connect is a networking group for local businesses to meet, make new business connections and to learn from the monthly development sessions from people in the room. The format of the network will be: 9.00am - Arrival, coffee & open networking 9.20am - Take seats with breakfast & introduction 9.30am - 1-minute round for attendees to introduce themselves and their business 9.50am - Development session - with this months speaker, Julia Ngapo 10.20am - Questions 10.30am - Close and further networking option *January's speaker is Julia Ngapo from Omnia Business Management who will presenting, "Leveraging Linkedin for Business Success."  About Julia: Julia Ngapo is the founder of Omnia Business Management. She and her small team of freelancers support small businesses providing virtual PA and Business Administrative Services. Julia has almost thirty years’ experience in managing and running businesses across a variety of industries, including ten years as Marketing Director for a UK-based legal publishing company. As an early adopter of social media for business, Julia has seen the rise of social media as a key promotional tool for business and now works with clients internationally, managing their social media, providing social media training and generally helping enhance their online presence so that they stand head and shoulders above their competition! Linkedin: juliangapo Facebook: @OmniaBusinessManagement Twitter: @OmniaBusinessM

Venue:
Hurds Hill
Westover Langport

When:
Thu, 17 Jan 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Curing and Smoking Day


What you will learn Mention cured meats, and most people immediately think of bacon and ham. However, on this popular beginner’s course you will be taught how to prepare a wide range of cured fish and meats. During the day, we will teach you about salt, preservatives, the use of dry and wet cures and how they can be used to products such as cured salmon, bacon and pancetta, gammon, coppa, air dried ham, bresaola, pastrami,  and biltong. Part of the day is spent looking at hot and cold smoking, both of which will be demonstrated.   We look at the range of the smokers that are available on the market and how you could make your own one. We also discuss the selection of wood and how each wood imparts a different flavour to meat and fish.  Lunch, of course, features some cured and smoked foods. The day includes a mix of demonstration and hands-on activities and, as on all our courses, you get to take home some of the wonderful foods you have produced during the day. This is a fascinating day that is bound to make you want to rush home and try curing meat for yourself. Read about previous courses in our farm blog. We have a special Xmas Curing and Smoking course in December detailed on a different page. Administration The numbers on these days are limited to 8 people so that everybody can see what is going on and ask questions. Most of the day takes place in the butchery which is not heated so warm clothing and thick socks are needed! We provide protective clothing. The price includes all tuition, course notes, light lunch and refreshments during the day. Refund Policy Our courses are held on specific dates and bookings are subject to the following cancellation / refund policy: You may cancel your place up to 8 weeks before the date of the course without any penalty. If you find you are unable to attend between 2 and 8 weeks prior to the course, we will transfer you to another course of the same value, or offer a voucher. In the event of cancellation within 2 weeks of a course date, we are unable to transfer your booking but someone else may attend in your place. Please inform the office of the name of substitute attendee and any dietary requirements.  We recommend that you take out travel insurance when booking a course to cover you should you be unable to attend a course for whatever reason.

Venue:
Empire Farm
Empire Farm Butchery School , Throop Road Templecombe

When:
Sun, 20 Jan 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Stopping Places, A Journey through Gypsy Britain — An evening with Damian Le Bas


For centuries Britain’s Romanies have moved between ‘atchin tans’, stopping places, known only to travellers.   Damian Le Bas’s great-grandmother would tell him stories of her childhood in the ancient Romani language; the places her family stopped and worked, the ways they lived, the superstitions and lores of their people.   In a bid to better understand his Gypsy heritage, Damian Le Bas set out on a journey to discover these ancient encampment sites, the Gypsy churches, the horse fairs, and to explore both the history of the Britain’s Romanies and the rhythms of their life today.   “Lyrical, edgy and wistful” Kathleen Jamie, The New Statesman   “While this is a beautiful, important book about Gypsy culture, it’s also a moving exploration of what it means to belong.” Clover Stroud, The Telegraph  £10 per ticketto carry on the conversation after the event join us for supper £15 Clubroom bar open from 6.30 pm; event starts promptly at 7pm. Please let us know if you are unable to use your ticket as we often have a waiting list. Meantime curated by Emma Craigie

Venue:
At the Chapel
28 High Street Bruton

When:
Thu, 17 Jan 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Somerset Business Support Event - Finance


Do you want to know more about Financial Planning for 2019? This will be run by Martin Rose who is a Chartered Managment  Accountant Consultant. Martin will be able to offer you information, advice and guidance on your financial planning for the year ahead. This will be a group session. Networking Lunch will be provided between 12.30pm - 1pm This event is funded by as part of the Growth Support Programme through European Regional Development fund. In order to book your free place, please provide your Unique Tax Reference (UTR) or Companies House Number and you need to be located in South Somerset or Taunton Deane.

Venue:
Yeovil Innovation Centre
Barracks Close Yeovil

When:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The River Brue: Disconnected


The River Brue flows from its sources beneath Alfred's Tower, down through Bruton, out towards Lydford, and then… … Local author Bruce Garrard will reveal the amazing story of how the monks at Glastonbury Abbey (unintentionally) changed the course of a whole river, redirecting Somerset's history.

Venue:
At The Chapel
28 High Street Bruton

When:
Wed, 23 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Yeovil College Information Evening - January 2019


Interested in taking a full or part-time course at Yeovil College next year?  Come along to our Information evening to find out more about our wide range of A Levels, vocational courses, Apprenticeships, degrees and professional qualifications.  You can meet current students, take a look at our campus and other facilities on offer.  We've had the most successful year in our history!  - Top Performing College in Somerset. - 100% pass rate in A-Levels for the 3rd Year running! - 100% pass rate in a majority of vocational programmes. - 97% progression on to employment or further education/training. Please note you only need to order for yourself - anyone accompanying you does not need to register.

Venue:
College
Mudford Road Yeovil

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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