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Baby Bounce and Toddler Rhyme Time (Carnforth)


at Carnforth Library every week Enjoy sing-along songs and rhymes with movement and actions for babies and toddlers, plus you can meet and chat with other parents and carers. Rhyming is more than just fun, it actually helps young children make connections between sounds and words, encouraging their language development plus the actions help develop motor skills. It will keep your baby or toddler entertained and engaged in learning! This event is free, no ticket required. For more information, please contact us

Venue:
Carnforth Library
Lancaster Carnforth

When:
Fri, 20 Jul 2018 2.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Code Club (Carnforth)


at Carnforth Library every Saturday during school term time Code Club is aimed at children aged 9 – 11 years (Parental consent required), but we are happy for younger children to come along and have a go, if they have good computer skills. Come along to the library to learn how to code. Learning to code is an important skill now we’re living in a digital age. It’s not just enough for children to know how to use technology. They should know how it works and how to build it too. Learning to code doesn’t just mean you can become a developer - it strengthens problem solving and logical thinking skills, and is useful for a range of other disciplines, careers and hobbies. The sessions are really informal and drop in, so if you can't make it in at 9.30. then just come along when you can! Coding is fun Coding is creative Coding is empowering In this 'digital age', children spend an awful lot of their time with video games, computers and devices. But, they are only passively consumingdigital technology. With coding, they take control, literally creating their own entertainment and learning how digital technology 'ticks' in the process. Coding helps thinking Coding helps learning Coding helps problem solving Coding helps employability This event is free, no ticket required. For more information, please contact us

Venue:
Carnforth Library
Lancaster Carnforth

When:
Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Family History Session (Lancaster)


at Lancaster Library every week Learn about the local and family history resources collection and on-line resources. Run by staff and volunteers in the community history library. This event is free, no ticket required. For more information, please contact us

Venue:
Lancaster
Lancaster Lancaster

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


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The Voyages of Abram 1806-1862 (Lancaster)


Lancaster Maritime Museum announces a new exhibition in association with Lancaster University's Regional Heritage Centre on display June 7th-September 9th 2018. The exhibition tells the story of Abram, a ship built in Lancaster in 1805, which had a long and eventful life. For 12 years between 1806 and 1818, she sailed to the Virgin Islands, a part of the Caribbean with which Lancaster merchants had a longstanding relationship. She was then converted into a whaler, sailing from Hull and Kirkcaldy for a remarkable 44 years. During this time, she survived being trapped over winter in the Arctic ice and searched for the lost explorer, Sir John Franklin. She was finally crushed by the ice in 1862. The exhibition is supported by a legacy left to the Regional Heritage Centre by the late Dr Margaret Bainbridge, whose research into the vessel formed the core of a book on the subject, and now an exhibition. There is no additional charge for this exhibition but normal admission to the museum applies - £3 adults, £2 concessions, FREE to local adults and children. For more information, please contact us

Venue:
Lancaster Maritime Museum
Custom House Lancaster

When:
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Kittchen Quiz!


Join us for our Weekly Kittchen Quiz! Not quite your traditional pub quiz, join us for five rounds of questions covering a wide array of topics (and the obligatory picture round), for a chance to win Free entry to your choice of upcoming events here at Kittchen* Entry is £1 per Person, and teams may include up to 6 members. *alternative prizes will be available in the event of this being unsuitable (eg. if you're visiting the area, and will not be able to attend any events) 

Venue:
KITTchEN
Main Street Hawkshead

When:
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Toddler Music and Movement (Lancaster)


at Lancaster Library every week A fun packed hour of movement and activity, with a story to end the session. Suitable for pre-school children who are confident walkers. This event is free, but booking is required For more information, please contact us

Venue:
Lancaster
Lancaster Lancaster

When:
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


UG 2018 New Grads Sign Up and Register for Graduation T-shirt Collection


Register here for your "Class of 2018" t-shirt (to be collected on your Graduation Day from the Alumni stand in the Graduation Marquee (in Lancaster Square). What you get from your Lancaster Alumni Community: Annual mailing of the alumni magazine, STEPS and a quarterly e-newsletter. Wide programme of events across the world, from reunions to professional networking to informal socials. Full events listing online and you’ll receive email invitations. A local alumni network. There are over 34 alumni groups in 22 countries. Get involved with the one in your area. Careers advice for life.  An alumni LinkedIn group. Build your network and get advice from other alumni A dedicated alumni Facebook page for memories, chat, event info and Uni updates. Don’t miss out! Sign up now. www.lancaster.ac.uk/alumni/newgrads  Note: t-shirts can be collected when the Alumni stand is open (you will be emailed full details about this) and they are subject to availability. For further information please email: [email protected]

Venue:
Graduation Marquee
Lancaster Square , Lancaster University Lancaster

When:
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


MPQC / SPA Quarry Passport - 1 Day Renewal


Specifically designed for employees / contractors & visitors who are working within the extractive, mineral processing and related manufacturing sectors. The Quarry Safety Passport Scheme is aimed at ensuring individuals health and safety within the industry.  Developed and jointly run by the Mineral Products Qualifications Council (MPQC) and the Safety Pass Alliance (SPA), courses accredited by the Scheme lead to a nationally recognised qualification and are highly recommended to contractors employed within the sector.  Duration 1 Day - Renewal - Valid MPQC/SPA Passport Required Refresher courses can be taken anytime in the final 6 months of the current passport, 3 further years will be added to the original expiry date. (We also offer a 2 day full course - for individuals who do not have a current MPQC / SPA Safety Passport) Who should attend? For people who are: working within the extractive and mineral processing and related manufacturing environment, on sites such as: quarrying, sand and gravel operations, concrete, mortar, cement and asphalt plants, wharfs or surface mining. Aims To provide course members with: An increased awareness of health and safety issues at work; The knowledge to encourage safe behaviour during day to day work activities in the extractives and related industries Learning outcomes On completion of the course delegates will have the knowledge to successfully complete each module assessment paper: Demonstrate their understanding of the subjects by successfully completing each module assessment paper Appreciate how they personally can influence good standards within health safety & environment Understand the value of risk assessment and have the knowledge to recognise when change to a generic assessment is required Understand the common hazards associated with working in this sector Danger Areas  Blasting and precautions Unprotected edges Crushers Excavations, tips and Lagoons Quicksand type material Conveyors Processing equipment Bitumen Cement Railways and Docks Mobile Plant Consequences of accidents caused by breaking the rules Reversing vehicle hazards and relevant precautions Working with heavy and mobile plant Crane operation and slinging Vehicle condition Vehicle parking Access and Working at height Hazards relating to slips, trips and falls Good housekeeping Ladder and steps Safe practices in the use of scaffold towers and working on roofs The safe use of cherry pickers and man baskets Harnesses and clipping on when working at height Hazardous Operations Safety precautions during normal, maintenance and breakdown work Fencing Isolation / lock-off procedures Permit to Work and example applications: Confined spaces, crusher clearance, conveyor tensioners Excavations and Confined Spaces  Safe working in excavations and confined space Precaution to prevent collapse Inspection requirements Access egress and prevention of falls Lighting, ventilation requirements Effect of weather Emergency procedure Confined space regulations Specified risks Control measures: basic precautions / permit Health Risks Working in Quarries Dusts, diseases, noise, vibration, and dehydration Control risks measures including PPE Environmental Considerations Public perception of environmental impacts Powers of inspectors / enforcing authorities and penalties Precautions to avoid spillage and groundwater contamination Waste segregation and disposal Air pollution from dust and noise Ecology and Archaeology

Venue:
Holiday Inn Lancaster
Waterside Park, Caton Road Bulk

When:
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Active Cumbria Annual Stakeholder Event


Following on from the successful ‘Getting Cumbria Ready’ conference in 2016 and the ‘Developing the Future Workforce’ event in February, we are pleased to invite you to our upcoming Annual Stakeholders Event, the theme of this event will be Tackling Inactivity Purpose of Event:            Provide an opportunity to shape the local delivery of physical activity to tackle inactivity in our communities; Provide an update on the work of Active Cumbria during 2017-18; Launch Active Cumbria’s new 3 Year Plan; Launch the Cumbria Workforce Framework and the Workforce Development and Delivery Principles. Registration opens at 9.30 with refreshments

Venue:
Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa
Ambleside Road Windermere

When:
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Refuge Woman, Lancaster


This humorous, spoken-word show, inspired by real events, will be followed by a discussion with local journalists who have reported extensively on domestic violence issues and council funding Sixteen years. 13 women’s refuges. And one suitcase. Now she’s starting all over again. Again. Cash is a self-confessed “refuge connoisseur”. She knows the refuges with the best counsellors, clothing donations and the ones closest to the heartiest ‘all you can eat’ buffets. Over the past 16 years she has escaped to refuges from Aldershot to Southend-on-Sea. And now she’s just set foot in what she has decided is her final refuge. It’s crumbling round the edges and she shares her room with rats. It isn’t exactly how she imagined escaping from abuse, but now she has a young daughter to consider. She’s out of options. Inspired by real life events, this darkly humorous, spoken-word performance provides snapshots of life in a women’s refuge, as Cash attempts to rebuild her life from scratch in a world where an Argos suitcase contains everything she needs to start again. Refuge Woman will tour in eight locations across England - the cities and towns where local journalists worked on a collaborative investigation into the state of domestic violence funding. The show will include a performance of Refuge Woman, followed by a talk from local journalists presenting the findings of their long-term reporting with The Bureau of Investigative Journalism. In Lancaster, local journalist Emma Pearson, and experts will talk about funding cuts to local refuges across Lancashire. Full tour schedule: Norwich (Puppet Theatre, 14 July), Lancaster (Gregson Community Centre, 18 July), Birmingham (Stan’s Theatre, 28 July), Bristol (Alma Theatre Tavern, 3 August), Leeds (Seven Arts Theatre, 9 August), Byline Festival (24 August), Carlisle (Carlisle Festival, 2 September), London (Camden People’s Theatre, 8 November). Details on the night: Refuge Woman runs for 40 minutes and is followed by a 40 minute talk and discussion about domestic violence provision in the area, with a short interval in between. The performance contains descriptions of violence and strong language. Not suitable for under 16 years old. A collection for a local domestic violence provision will take place on the night. The Refuge Woman Tour is funded and produced by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Finding Common Ground - a grant programme with the aim to “engender trust between media organizations and communities.” The show is being developed with support from Battersea Arts Centre and Camden People’s Theatre and is directed by acclaimed Conrad Murray. Accessibility The Gregson facilities are fully accessible for all, via its lift and level entrances.

Venue:
Gregson Arts & Community Centre
33 - 35 Moor Gate Lancaster

When:
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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