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Garth Taylor


Considered a pioneer of the South African music industry, Garth Taylor a self-taught, chart topping singer-songwriter and recording artist will take you on a musical journey. Garth has shared the stage with Shaggy, Simply Red, Brian Mc Knight and was personally picked by Sir Richard Branson to sing at his son’s wedding in 2013. Garth has been in the industry for 20 years this year and will be celebrating all his greatest hits with Pizza Express Live. The X factor that defines the leaders of the pack in the music industry is a combination of a great voice, performing multiple instruments, executing an energetic performance and of course being a hit songwriter. This perfectly describes multi-talented Garth Taylor.

Garth Taylor is considered a pioneer of the South African music industry, a SAMA nominated artist and is most renowned for being a chart topping singer-songwriter and recording artist. He was personally handpicked by Sir Richard Branson to entertain at his sons wedding in 2013. He’s a distinguished performer who writes all music and lyrics to his original material.Garth is also a brilliant multi-instrumentalist who plays piano, keyboard, guitar and drums. His creativeness and unique style expand further into production, engineering and mixing. If you are still not impressed, Garth is a completely self taught!

This musical legend is no newcomer to the entertainment industry, and boasts a successful career spanning two decades. South Africans first heard of Garth in 1998 when his hit single ‘Why’ remained on top of the radio charts for 5 consecutive weeks. It further received extensive airplay on all major South African radio stations, with the majority of fans believing that he was an international artist. ‘Why’ is considered one of South Africa’s timeless classics.

An incredible stage presence, immaculate vocal delivery and strong songs mark Garth Taylor’s performances as world-class. His robust reputation as a live performer has earned him spot light performances on large stages, with a bouquet of international stars including, Simply Red, Shaggy, Jonathan Butler, Phil Fearon, Judy Boucher and Brian McNight. Garth was also commissioned to entertain for Richard Branson’s sons wedding reception at the Kruger National Park.

Garth is actively involved in the fight against the abuse of women and children.

Out of the recording studio, Garth is an avid fitness fanatic with kickboxing being his passion. In 2014, Garth took the South African Kickboxing Champion title. Garth is also a lover of the outdoors, golf and is a keen fisherman.

“There are a few artists in south africa that should be getting more attention. Garth Taylor is one such artist”
Dave Hammond, Station Manager IFM 102.2 Radio Station and SAMA judge.

garthtaylor.com


Venue:
Maidstone, GB
Hollingbourne Maidstone

When:
Sun, 28 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Move Wild Taster Session


MoveWild fitness is the outdoors fitness training which involves trail running and running technique, crawling, jumping, hanging, balancing, lifting, carrying. We pay close attention to the technical aspects of movement and place emphasis on correct biomechanics. The low impact of MoveWild training helps to: - Reduce risk of injuries associated with poor technique and biomechanics- Increase confidence running on trails and muddy, slippery terrain- Increase upper body, lower body and core strength- Improve flexibility, mobility and balance - Develop agility and coordination- Enhances body awareness and postureThe MoveWild training is for you if you like the outdoors, to experience new forms of training and want to get fitter, stronger and more confident. If you have signed up for or considering signing up for obstacle courses this training is ideal for you. You will learn how to safely and effectively negotiate obstacles to finish your run with a smile and a medal. From training your upper body to smashing those monkey bars, learning the crawling techniques to go under and jump over obstacles, running on mud with less risk of injuries and cross obstacles on a rope (the monkey traverse!). You will be in shape to conquer your goals in no time.

Venue:
New Road Car Park
New Road Oxted

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 6.45am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Tunbridge Wells Networking Group


Looking to connect with local businesses in the Tunbridge Wells area? We have a new Tunbridge Wells group meeting every Tuesday at Hotel du Vin from 7:15-9am for the main purpose of picking up new contacts, introductions and business. Our groups consist of local like minded business people who meet over breakfast on a one business per sector basis. There is a £13 visiting fee payable to the venue to cover room hire, breakfast, etc. Any enquiries, please call the office on 0191 300 9050. Office opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.

Venue:
Hotel du Vin & Bistro Tunbridge Wells
Crescent Road Tunbridge Wells

When:
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 7.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


FSB/Bank of England Round Table


Share your business experience directly with the Bank of England. Hear the Bank's current thinking on the overall economy and network with other local business owners.  Free to attend, lunch provided, parking available.  The FSB Events Privacy Policy can be found online here. 

Venue:
The Innovation Centre
Maidstone Road Medway

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Open morning for Year 6 pupils.


Open Morning for pupils currently in Year 6 Please note there is no on site parking for visitors.  Please allow plenty of time to park in the surrounding areas. We would politely request you arrive no more than 15 minutes before the published start time - thank you.

Venue:
The Skinners School
Saint John's Road Tunbridge Wells

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Storytelling for Speakers


How to craft and deliver a story that will market your business In this practical, interactive workshop facilitated by public speaking coach Aly Harrold and public relations consultant Islay O’Hara, you will learn how to craft your business story and deliver it in a memorable way.  It will show you how to change from being a speaker who just ‘talks’ about their business to one capable of delivering a great story that engages potential customers and sells you and your business.   By attending, you will learn Why storytelling is so valuable in business? Why sharing your story is crucial to the success of your marketing communications? How to craft, structure and prepare a persuasive narrative How to connect with the audience on an emotional level and sustain their interest How to deliver your story with confidence and clarity This workshop is for women in business who Have a story to share but are reticent to speak in front of an audience Are bursting with so much to say that they would benefit from finding the story which really resonates with their target customers Are confident speaking in public, and have had some experience but would like to polish their performance and refine their story Are making a transition in their career and want to build confidence and learn to be at ease with promoting their ‘new’ selves    Whilst this workshop is interactive, and will encourage you to think about your story, start to craft it and have a go at presenting it to those present, you will be under no obligation to do so. It will be a safe space in which to test your story, practice and enhance your speaking skills, build your speaking confidence and benefit from positive and constructive advice. By the end of the day, you will have the tools in place to further refine your story, exercises to build your vocal clarity, along with a clear understanding of how and why storytelling is vital in marketing your business and above all - the confidence to go out there and deliver it.  Every speaker needs a story. Stories can change the world. Isn’t it time you shared yours? Early Bird price £97.00 until 30th Sept, then £125.00 Including lunch, refreshments and a workbook.

Venue:
Ramada Tunbridge Wells Hotel
8 Tonbridge Road, Tunbridge Wells

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Sevenoaks Business Networking Breakfast


Looking to connect with local businesses in the Sevenoaks area? We have a new Sevenoaks group meeting every Thursday at Cote Brasserie from 7:15-9am for the main purpose of picking up new contacts, introductions and business. Our groups consist of local like minded business people who meet over breakfast on a one business per sector basis. There is a £10 visiting fee payable to the venue to cover room hire, breakfast, etc. Any enquiries, please call the office on 0191 300 9050. Office opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.

Venue:
Côte Brasserie - Sevenoaks
22 London Road Sevenoaks

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 7.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rochester - Social Media for Schools


This course is all about how to use social media to communicate more effectively with parents - and how to avoid the pitfalls! Millions of parents (and pupils) use social media every day. At best it can be a very powerful tool. At worst social media can endanger your pupils, your staff and your reputation. In this introduction to the subject we'll examine the growth of social media, explore the pros and cons, help you decide which social media platform is right for your school, consider the problems that social media presents, make you more aware of child safety issues and look at how you can safeguard your staff. You'll also find out how to deal with attacks on social media from abusive parents on Facebook and Twitter! 8 things you'll learn on the social media for schools course... 1. The new social media landscape.2. Is social media right for our school?3. Which social media platform should we use?4. Safeguarding staff and pupil safety - policies used by other schools.5. How leading schools use Twitter to broadcast messages to parents.6. Best practice when using Facebook.7. What to do when someone attacks your school on social media.8. Other tips and tools. FAQs How do we book a place? We use Eventbrite to manage all of our event bookings. Please do not e-mail us or call us to book a place on the course because we will simply have to re-direct you to the Eventbrite booking page. To book a ticket, just click the "ORDER NOW" button in the "Ticket Information" options. If you want us to send you an invoice (rather than pay by Credit Card), go to Payment Options and scroll down to select "Pay by Invoice". If you have any problems trying to book your place with Eventbrite please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033, or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected] Can you send my school an invoice for the delegate fees? Yes. If you want us to send you an invoice select "Pay by Invoice" in the Payment Options. If you have any problems please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033,or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected] Where will the event be held? We normally book the venue no more than four weeks in advance. We tend to use big brand hotels (like Holiday Inn, Premier Inn or Best Western) or purpose-built conference venues. You will receive detailed joining details (including the address and postcode of the venue) 10 to 14 days in advance of the event. We are always looking for good training venues. If your school/college has its own conference room or training facilities (or you can recommend a good training venue in the area), please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033, or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected] Who is the course for?   Anyone who is considering using social media as a communications tool with parents, including:- Headteachers; Sixth Form Heads; Deputy Heads; Assistant Heads; Middle Leaders; Teachers; Teaching Assistants; Bursars; School Business Managers; Members of the SMT/SLT; ICT Managers; Communications Officers; Marketing or PR Officers, and; Governors. The course is delivered in plain English - not jargon. What sort of schools should come along?   State and Independent Schools, including: nurseries, Sure Start centres, children’s centres, infant schools, primary schools, junior schools, middle schools, secondary schools, academies, free schools, grammar schools, special schools, UTCs, colleges and sixth forms What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?   We tend to use well-known conference venues with good parking provision close to major road networks. You will receive transport and parking information with your joining information10 to 14 days in advance of the event. Do I need to bring anything to the event?   You will receive a training pack, with hand-outs, writing paper and a pen when arrive. You will not need to bring a mobile device or laptop with you. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?   If you have any practical questions relating to your booking, or the course, you can call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected] If you would like to speak to the Course Organiser, Paul Sample, to discuss your own school marketing requirements, please call him on: 01722 744033 - or e-mail him at [email protected] Is my registration/ticket transferrable?   Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected] Can I update my registration information?   Yes. Please let us have any updates to your registration information no less than 7 working days before the event. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected]  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?   No you don't have to, but we strongly advise course participants to bring the ticket with them, and any other written information they have received about the course. What is the refund policy?   If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). If these two options are not possible, we can issue a full refund provided that we receive your cancellation by e-mail no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?   Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event.

Venue:
Co Forward
161 High St Rochester

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


WAFFLE 5.0 Sponsored by Creatabot


We don't do networking, we waffle! We provide the fancy coffee and teas along with freshly made warm waffles with loads of awesome toppings, all you have to do is come along and enjoy spending time waffling to the members of our amazing community.  Event sponsored by Creatabot Arrival, Parking and Transport Parking is free (but can be limited) just though the main hotel entrance at New Road Avenue. There is a hotel overflow carpark in Gundolf Road - there is a walk up some steep steps to reach the hotel. Both hotel car-parks say 'permit only' - park and register your car at the hotel reception. If that is full there is paid parking in the streets around and opposite the hotel. If you are parking at the Hotel itself, please make sure to register your car at reception. If you are arriving by train, the hotel is a short walk from Chatham station and about 20-minutes walk from Rochester train station

Venue:
Dragon Coworking
7-8 New Road Avenue Rochester

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Tonbridge Business Breakfast


Kick start your day with a cooked breakfast and great company at Juddians Rugby Club. Meet local business owners, gain valuable contacts and enjoy excellent coffee.  Sam Goode from Tonbridge old fire station will be our guest speaker talking about new Tonbridge business awards and how to get free PR for your business for a year. Both FSB members and non members are welcome.  WATCH THIS VIDEO to get a taste of Tonbridge networking breakfasts! For general enquiries regarding the event please contact Sarah Lilly via email or call 07976 434519. 07-23610  The FSB Events Privacy Policy can be found online here. 

Venue:
Tonbridge Juddians Rugby Football Club
The Slade Tonbridge

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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