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The Proclaimers



Venue:
Motherwell Concert Hall
Windmillhill Street, Motherwell, NLK ML1 1AB Motherwell

When:
Thu, 13 Dec 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Motherwell Thursday 6aside league!



Venue:
Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility
1 O'Donnell Way Motherwell

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
Best Western Cartland Bridge Hotel
Glasgow Road Lanark

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
The Tinto Hotel
44 Biggar Road , Symington Biggar

When:
Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


BHF Heartstart


Your local Community First Responder Schemes are coming together to deliver a series of BHF Heart Start courses with support from Lanark YMCA. You will learn important and lifesaving skills including: How to care for unconscious casualty How to perform CPR How to treat a bleeding wound What to do if someone is choking We have 12 spaces available on each course. The course is best suited for those that are 16+. If you have any questions, please email Gemma Kerr via email [email protected] or mobile 07758627445. If you wish to learn more about the British Heart Foundation's Heart Start course, please visit their website: https://www.bhf.org.uk/how-you-can-help/how-to-save-a-life/how-to-do-cpr/heartstart-training If you would like to learn more about Community First Responders, please visit the Scottish Ambulance Service website for more details: http://www.scottishambulance.com/YourCommunity/responders.aspx

Venue:
Y M C A
29 Bloomgate Lanark

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Climate Change Makers Residential


Join the Ethnic Minority Environmental Network Climate Changemaker Residential for a weekend of shared learning, inspirational talks, activities and making connections on climate change issues. Are you an individual or mainstream organisation working on or interested in climate change and environmental issues? Are you looking to connect with a diverse group of people from multi-cultural backgrounds who are passionate about climate change? Are you looking to get away from every day stresses, connect with nature in beautiful surroundings, eat great food and share experience and knowledge? The EMEN Climate Changemakers Weekend Residential has been created to allow you to: -         EXPLORE the connections between local and global social and environmental issues -         LEARN about different approaches to making a difference -         GET INSPIRED by individuals and organisations creating change -         RELAX in a quiet and peaceful environment in the countryside -         CONNECT to others actively involved in work on climate change and justice issues -         MOTIVATE future collective activities for the Network Who is it for? Individuals and organisations who are working in, are passionate about or are interested in climate change, climate justice and environmental issues - locally and globally - and who also want to learn and connect with others. Changemakers come from all walks of life, but all come with the same deep desire to contribute to positive change.  This residential will give you the space and time to leave all other stresses and distractions from your every day lives and work commitments behind, to really connect with our environment and one another to inspire and encourage you to take action.  As leaders from diverse communities in Scotland many of the Network members remain very connected to their country of origin. This is why the Environmental Network can make a unique contribution to work on climate change both in Scotland but also internationally and you will have the opportunity to link up and work together on climate change issues that matter to us all. Contact Mary MacLeod, Ethnic Minority Environmental Network Development Officer at [email protected] if you are interested in joining the network. What you will get from taking part -         Build your personal and professional contacts -         Build your skills and knowledge -         Make new connections -         Share your experiences and learning with others -         Be inspired to help create positive change relating to climate change and social justice -         A weekend in beautiful surroundings with great food and like-minded people Facilitators and Contributors -         Zarina Ahmad, Climate Change and Environment Officer at CEMVO Scotland -         Mary MacLeod, Development Officer for the EM Environmental Network, based at CEMVO Scotland -         Members of the EM Environmental Network -         Representatives from a number of grass-roots organisations, charities and social enterprises who will                    share their insight into leadership on environmental and social justice issues.

Venue:
Krishna Eco Farm & ISKCON Scotland Karuna Bhavan
Bankhouse Road Lesmahagow

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


Intro Day to Biblical Engagement


A day event for anyone involved in preaching, bible study, and exploring the bible with people of different ages or in a variety of contexts. The day will offer interactive experiences and opportunities to engage the bible in various ways, as well as a session on apologetics, time for discussion, and a chance to reflect on resources and materials to add to your ministry toolkit and share with others in your circuit or congregation. LUNCH INCLUDED Please email with any dietary requirements to [email protected]

Venue:
Netherton Methodist Church
63 Netherton Road Wishaw

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


CBT GROUP SESSIONS


Helping you find new ways to COMBAT ANXIETY and DEPRESSION and live a more positive life                       The broad aims of our CBT group therapy are to help you:    Increase your understanding of your mental health     Identify and reduce unhelpful thoughts and behaviours     Reduce Distress     Learn new Skills     Increase Coping   Here at Chris’s House we know how difficult it can be dealing with the stresses and strains of life. We also understand the complex and varied emotions that go along with loss by or thoughts of suicide.   We are offering a safe place to come and work on new ways of combating your negative thinking.   4 x 2 hour sessions over 8 weeks   Starting: Thursday 1st November 2018 in Chris’s House, The Living Room 7.00-9pm

Venue:
Chris's House
2-4 Belhaven Road Wishaw

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Winter Wedding Fayre


Have you recently go engaged ? Are you planning a wedding or know someone who is? Come along to our Winter Wedding Fayre and meet our events team, who will answer all your questions.A variety of exclusive local suppliers will also be joining us on the day.

Venue:
The Popinjay Hotel
15 Lanark Road Carluke

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Safe Space Training Level 2 & 3


Safe space training levels 2 & 3  Before attending you must complete the online moduels for levels 1,2 & 3  Tea & Coffee will be provided, You will need to bring your own lunch  Uniform to be worn 

Venue:
Carluke Guide Hall
Carluke

When:
Sun, 25 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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