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Pen to Print: The Inheritance of Colonialism Workshops


Join Preetha in this series of workshops on ‘The Inheritance of Colonialism’, examine stories, voices, memories and images that reveal our personal stories in relation to colonialism. The creative writing exercises will also look at gently releasing some of the ‘pent up’ anger against an unfair system which was once an accepted way of living. Workshop leader and co-ordinator, Preetha Leela Chockalingam, whose book ‘The Catamaran Oracle’ is set in 1920’s India, will work on the redraft of her novel between workshops and occasionally read relevant segments out to participants for feedback. Set in a biscuit factory in 1920’s rural Kerala, India,‘The Catamaran Oracle’ deals with themes of Indian independence, colonialism, worker’s rights, women’s education, empancipation and matrilineal systems.

Venue:
Barking Library
Barking Learning Centre , 2 Town Square Barking

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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After School Art Club Colchester


Artypants will be starting after school art club this Autumn in Colchester :) during term time  mixed age group 5rys +  £6pp per session and be on a pay as you come basis at first. Time 4.00-5.00 but if this doesn’t work for some people do let me know starting Friday 5th October and run till half term and after. There will be a mix of painting, drawing and different mediums such as pastels and chalk. Topics/themes such as sea life, space the seasons and calendar events. Producing pieces of work inspired by different artists/art genres e.g. pop art, Lessons can be adapted to suit a mixed age group. Experiment with crafts like air-dry clay modelling, pottery painting and mixed media. Creating and decorating Christmas ornaments, mosaicing shapes and mask making. If you are interested please message Artypants on facebook, Contact Claire Block on 07919204342 or email [email protected]

Venue:
Oak Tree Centre
252 Harwich Road Colchester

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


COLCHESTER CONNECTS


Hello   Following the success of the first Colchester Connects we are hosting the next one in the new year – a date for your new diary   11.30pm – 1.30pm 24th January   We are proudly supporting St Helena’s Hospice at this event   10 businesses are booked to attend already which is a great start   Please do let me know if you would like to attend or to have a free stand   It would be wonderful to see this event grow therefore please do share it with anyone you feel may benefit   In the meantime if I can help with any meeting or accommodation in Colchester , Peterborough , Kings Lynn or Bury St Edmunds please feel free to contact me   Warm Regards   Lucia

Venue:
Dragonfly Hotel Colchester - Surya Hotels
Ardleigh

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 11.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Community Energy and Neighbourhood Planning


Are you thinking about setting up a community energy project in your local area? Community energy projects present an opportunity for people to work together in their local area to minimise their energy costs and reduce their impacts on the environment. Knowing where to start and how to engage your community can however be a daunting first step which prevents projects from getting off the ground and being included and taken seriously in neighbourhood plans. In this free workshop, you can find out more about what community energy projects might be suitable for your locale, how to effectively engage others in your community with ideas and build them into neighbourhood plans.                 The workshop will be delivered by the Centre for Sustainable Energy and be based around the PlanLoCaL scale model, a fictitious but typical British urban to rural landscape which will enable you to consider how different renewable energy types fit within a landscape, and what combination of energy sources may be suitable for your area. There will also be a presentation on the neighbourhood planning process and how community led energy projects can be developed in conjunction with neighbourhood plans. You will also hear an update from Community Energy England , the national voice of the sector and from the Greater South East Energy Hub on available support and funding which could take your community energy project from a plan to reality. Note: If you attended the community energy workshop in July 2018, this workshop is designed to build on the themes introduced with interactive activities to develop ideas and move projects forward. Spaces are limited so please register to confirm your attendance.

Venue:
Red Lodge Millennium Centre
Lavender Close , Red Lodge Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 12.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ipswich National Landlords Association Meeting


Meeting Times  Registration :- 6.00pm Meeting Start :- 6.30pm Meeting Finish :- 8.00pm Ian Halton Napit Business Relationship Director Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector Electrical Safety in the Private Rented SectorIan will be highlighting the need for Landlords to have an EICR completed on any rental property, backed up by the Home Safety Guidance documents which encourages Landlords to carry out their own visual inspections, not just on electrical items, it also covers, Gas, Solid Fuel, Legionella, Carbon Monoxide, Smoke Alarms and Fire Escapes. Mark Noble EA-RS Fire Engineering Limited Extinguisher Reform Exec PAN-SAFE (PAN3000) Calling all Landlords!PAN-SAFE (PAN3000)Pan-Safe is a "must have" safety product for every home. It offers a much safer and rapid way of extinguishing dangerous pan fires, within seconds.According to the UK Fire & Rescue Services, nearly 20 people are killed or injured every day in accidental fires that start in the kitchen, the most common of these are caused by fat frying.Unlike any other fires, cooking oil fires are almost impossible to safely extinguish using conventional methods and many people become seriously injured while trying to do so.Weighing only 203g and containing 120ml of liquid, it can be used safely and effectively.The answers to the above will be provided in Marks presentation.......... Lee Seagrove Secure Meters (UK) Ltd   Specification Sales Manager Beanbag Intelligent Heating and Hot Water Control Beanbag is a smart heating and hot water control systemequipped with best-in-class features to maintain comfort levelswhile minimising energy consumption. Beanbag adapts to theuser's lifestyle, ensuring that the home is heated to the rightlevel to suit occupancy and activity. Beanbag can be installed inresidential properties either as a new fitment, or to replaceexisting thermostats and programmers. Beanbag works with gas,oil, or electric boilers, and with heat interface units (HIUs).The basic Beanbag kit comprises a Gateway, a Receiver, aThermostat and a free smartphone app for iPhone or Androiddevices. Beanbag devices communicate with each other by radio(using the Z-Wave® system). No additional wiring is necessary forretrofit properties, and no wiring beyond what is normallynecessary for boiler and valve control at the receiver in the caseof new installs. Physical installation time, cost and disruption areminimised through intelligent design and processes. TheGateway connects to the home router over Wi-Fi and then to theback-end server through the home broadband connection.The Beanbag app (Android and iOS) provides full control ofheating and hot water, anytime from anywhere. Users gain amore consistently comfortable environment, while saving energyand money. Beanbag provides scheduling of heating bytemperature and time, and hot water by time (for heat onlyboiler/ system boilers). The app gives control to multiple users,at any time, from anywhere with an Internet connection. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking on site. CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The hours spent attending this event will contribute towards Continued Professional Development (CPD) for NLA Accredited landlords. The relevant number of hours should be manually added to your CPD profile on the NLA Online Library.

Venue:
Best Western Ipswich Hotel
London Road Copdock

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Employment Tribunals: To settle or to fight? Tactics for the new 'fee free' era - Colchester and Ipswich Group


If you are unable to book as this event is sold out please note that the event is also being hosted by the Central Essex.  You can book your place here for 31 January 2019. Employment Tribunals: To settle or to fight? Tactics for the new 'fee free' era  1. Settlement Agreements; Heading off trouble before it can really start. Hazards and benefits of the protected conversation.2. Settlement after issue of proceedings;  ACAS conciliation tactics and the COT3 settlement.3. Dealing with the ET1 (Claim via the tribunal).  Those unforgiving time limits. 4. Good HR practice both before and during litigation.  Documents for production in disclosure process.  What can be withheld?  Briefing witnesses.5. The trial itself.  Tactical approaches.6. Remedies. The cost of losing. This event will be held in the Enterprise Suite and be presented by Nigel French, who is an experienced legal academic and practitioner in the field of employment law and labour relations. He has over 30 years’ experience and regularly conducts litigation in the Employment Tribunal. He has a very ‘down to earth’ practical and pragmatic approach to the resolution of workplace issues and recognises the value of adopting a strategic approach to problem solving.  Nigel offers his clients HR and legal support from his offices at Lodge Court, Langham, Colchester, Essex through Nigel French & Associates Limited. Tickets will be available to those who registered for the waiting list when this event was first run.  Tickets will be available to general purchase from 20 December 2018. Please do not book your place unless you intend to attend. Although the event is free, rooms and refreshments are arranged due to anticipated numbers and valuable funds can be misplaced due to non-attendance. If you book and can't attend please cancel your place as soon as possible via your Eventbrite account. Photography may take place at the event and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials. Your contact details will only be used by the Group in connection with the event. Nigel French is an experienced legal academic and practitioner in the field of employment law and labour relations. He has over 30 years’ experience and regularly conducts litigation in the Employment Tribunal. He has a very ‘down to earth’ practical and pragmatic approach to the resolution of workplace issues and recognises the value of adopting a strategic approach to problem solving.  Nigel offers his clients HR and legal support from his offices at Lodge Court, Langham, Colchester, Essex through Nigel French & Associates Limited

Venue:
JobServe Community Stadium
United Way Colchester

When:
Thu, 24 Jan 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Open Workshop


We are pleased to announce, is open for and accepting new membership. Open Workshops are organised by Manager Polly Rowland Castle and our resident members once a month (one evening 18:30 - 20:30.Open Workshops are free of charge, include a guided tour, an opportunity to meet some of our other members and here a short show-and-tell.Booking not required but an indication if you are attending helps us manage numbers

Venue:
Colchester MakerSpace
Trinity Works , 24 Trinity Street Colchester

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Stephen K Amos



Venue:
Colchester Arts Centre
Wickham St. Paul

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Stephen K Amos: Bouquets & Brickbats


The highly-acclaimed stand-up shares his observations on current affairs, with his main aim to cheer everyone up.

Venue:
Colchester Arts Centre
Church Street, Colchester, ESS CO1 1NF Colchester

When:
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 12.00am -
Fri, 25 Jan 2019 12.00am


Family Fabric Time — Wild Winter Warmers


Recycle knitwear to make crazy hats, gloves and leg warmers. All sizes. Cosy and wacky! Friendly atmosphere. All materials provided, and as much help as you need.

Venue:
Colchester Makerspace
Trinity Works , 24 Trinity Street, Colchester

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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