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4Networking Diss Business Breakfast Networking


4N South Norfolk Business Networking Looking for new business and contacts? Come along and check out 4Networking South Norfolk Breakfast! We're a friendly networking group that meets every other Friday at Diss Golf Club. Each meeting provides plenty of opportunity to meet other local business owners and employees. As well as open networking there’s a 40 seconds introduction round, an informative speaker and three ten-minute 1-2-1 ‘appointments’ with other attendees. Our events are 50% Business 50% Social – and it works! Our meeting runs from 8am to 10am. Join us for a delicious breakfast and use the opportunity to get the word out about your business. Meetings are held every fortnight so if you can't make it to this one there are plenty more to choose from. Visitors can attend for £15 which includes your breakfast.

Venue:
Diss Golf Club
The Common Stuston

When:
Fri, 21 Dec 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Business Start Right Workshop 2: 'Marketing' - Bury St Edmunds


Business Start Right Marketing Training     This is the second in the Business Start Right programme of training workshops designed for start-up businesses based in Suffolk and Norfolk.     You must have either attended or booked the initial Start Right Business Planning training workshop prior to booking this course.   On the Business Start Right Marketing training workshop We Cover: How to focus in on your customers Successful marketing tools Developing your marketing plan   Teas, coffees and biscuits are provided, but please bring snacks. Workshops finish at 1:30pm.     What do people say about the workshops?    "Very inspiring - it motivated me - really helpful" - Monika, Fresh Smoothies    "Very knowledgeable tutors - excellent use of examples to illustrate concepts, well-paced" - Paul, Online Language Software    "So helpful!  I have learned more than I ever expected to.  Met lots of other people in the same stage as me.  Met great tutors with huge amounts of knowledge and now I feel miles ahead of where I was before!" - Amelia, Mobile Beautician       Parking is limited at MENTA Eastern Way and attendees are advised to arrive 10/15 minutes early to avoid any disruptions to the course.     

Venue:
MENTA
5 Eastern Way , Bury St Edmunds Ipswich

When:
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Business Start Right Workshop 3: 'Book Keeping & Self-Assessment' - Bury St Edmunds


Business Start Right Book Keeping & Self-Assessment   This is the third in the Business Start Right programme of workshops aimed at start-up businesses based in Suffolk and Norfolk.     You must have either booked or attended the initial Start Right workshop prior to booking this one. Overview: Setting up a simple book keeping process: Keeping paperwork Developing a paper based simple book keeping system Developing an Excel spreadsheet system (can be emailed to you on completion of the workshop) Working out your profit! Working out tax and national insurance Should you be VAT registered? How self-assessment works Free further support options The next stage    Teas, coffees and biscuits are provided, but please bring snacks. Workshops finish at 1:30pm.  Parking is limited at Eastern Way and attendees are advised to arrive 10/15 minutes early to avoid any disruptions to the course.  Course Trainer:  Jo Garden     Jo has been a part-time Business Advisor within Enterprise Agencies for over 12 years.  Since the early 1990’s she has also been self-employed, during which time she established 5 quite diverse businesses.  Three have been sold and are still in operation.   Jo’s first business started after she became redundant from a 16-year career with a pharmaceutical company.  She then attended some of the very early Menta business planning workshops and has kept in touch with Menta over all these years.  Her presentation style tends to be non-academic (being diagnosed with Dyslexia in her 20’s!) and she encourages a simple approach to moving a business idea forward.

Venue:
MENTA
5 Eastern Way , Bury St Edmunds Ipswich

When:
Wed, 19 Dec 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bodyfit Christmas Session at The Playground


90 minute session with your own 'Playmaker' who will take you around all 25 obstacles, demonstrating and advising on technique, before setting fun games and challenges, and finishing with a timed lap of the course! Adults (18+) - £25 Spectators are free Hot and cold drinks are availble to purchase on the day

Venue:
The Playground
Haysborder Road , Barrow Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Fri, 28 Dec 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


NEW YEARS EVE 2018: Hockwold School of Wizardry and Witchcraft


Ring in the New Year at the Hockwold School of Wizardry and Witchcraft.  Tickets for the Event are £75 (Pre-Register NOW to reserve your space for only £25) The balance of £50 is due before October 1st, 2018.  There are Welcome Drinks and Magic from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Afterwards, you will make your way through to the Great Hall for the Feast. There will be a band and live entertainment during the night  Dress Code is Black-tie or Wizarding Robes, There will be a selection of Cocktails with a potion theme. Special prizes will be awarded for best dressed as well as other games. The Menu will be released soon but expect a feast like no other.

Venue:
Hockwold Village Hall
Station Road Hockwold cum Wilton

When:
Mon, 31 Dec 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Collections Review, Rationalisation and Disposal - getting started


Are you planning a review or audit of your collections? Looking to re-home duplicates or reorganise spaces? This session will explore the process of reviewing, rationalising and disposing of museum collections – from theory to reality.  It includes a hands-on exercise in which participants get to review a range of rationalisation candidates and decide which should be retained and which disposed of. By the end of the course, participants will: learn about the issues surrounding the disposal of museum collections and understand the reasons why it is a carefully controlled process, including ethical considerations understand the rationalisation and disposal process and how it works in practice feel confident in considering alternatives to rationalisation develop an understanding of the practical issues faced when rationalising collections understand the benefits of implementing rationalisation of collections as part of a wider collections review. This event is suitable for all staff and volunteers involved in the planning or delivery of collections review and rationalisation projects.  It is particularly suited to museums interested in applying for a SHARE Collections Review Grant, a grants scheme which will launch in April 2019. By attending this course, you will be better equipped to apply for a grant for your review or rationalisation project. Terms & Conditions:  Full details of our programmes conditions can be found on our website.  By booking a place on to SHARE Museums East Training Programme, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions: That you are from an East of England museum or heritage organisation which is in the Arts Council England’s Accreditation Scheme. Where this is not applicable you acknowledge that so that we can aim to facilitate your attendance if we can. (This may involve a fee). It is a condition of receiving this ACE funded training that the online evaluation sent to the email address provided at the point of booking is completed by the specified deadline. This deadline is in the email notification unless a paper evaluation is specifically requested and submitted on the day of the training session. By booking a place you agree that you are booking as a representative of your organisation and should you cancel your booking without sufficient notice your organisation is responsible for paying the late cancellation fee of £50.

Venue:
Museum of East Anglian Life
Iliffe Way Stowmarket

When:
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Winter hike in the Fens


Many parts of the reserve aren't usually open to the public, and our long walk provides a great opportunity to see the wildlife hiding out in pools and reedbeds which aren't visible from the current visitor trails. This walk is 10k (just over six miles), and will include a visit to Botany Bay SSSI. Please wear plenty of warm clothes and walking boots or wellies. Suitable for children aged 8 and above. Price includes entrance fee for non-members.

Venue:
RSPB Lakenheath Fen Nature Reserve
Station Rd Lakenheath

When:
Sun, 3 Feb 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ben Fogle



Venue:
The Apex
1 Charter Square St. Edmundsbury Borough

When:
Mon, 4 Mar 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Cycle the Norfolk broads to the wild North Coast


Big skies, campfires, Gourmet food and Yurt action amongst atmospheric salt marshes Start point Stowmarket station, Suffolk, Friday morning. Finish Kings Llyn Station, Norfolk, Sunday afternoon. The plan We start on Friday morning in the Suffolk market town of Stowmarket, and cycle on quiet country lanes to our prepared campsite in the Norfolk Broads. Opportunity for an evening swim in the river before settling down to a hearty dinner around the campfire, prepared by our campsite host. After breakfast on Saturday morning, we cycle up to the famous North Norfolk coast to Stiffkey, where again our campsite will be set up for us. Here there are the atmospheric salt marshes and vast open landscape to one side of you, and the beautiful Norfolk countryside on the other. A chance to try the famous Cromer crab and local seafood. On Sunday morning we’ve got a 30 mile ride before a fabulous lunch at the famous Dabbling Duck gastro pub at Great Massingham.  After lunch we have a short 15 mile ride to the station at Kings Lynn for the return train journey to London Kings Cross which takes one and a half hours. The Cycling Approximately 120 miles of cycling over 3 days. The Broads are very flat but the North Norfolk coast has some surprisingly hilly sections. What is included Guided cycling with an experienced guide with knowledge of the area. Mechanical support. Support vehicle to carry your stuff so you only need to carry a day bag for the cycle. Campsite host to set up the tents, prepare all campsite meals, the campfire and the communal Yurt to relax in. Sunday lunch at the Dabbling Duck. Drinks not included. All camping equipment including tents, sleeping bags, and mattresses. What to bring and what to wear Any bicycle in good working order will do apart from fixed gear and single speed bikes and anything with tyres that are too geared towards racing and punctures! Cycling shorts or padded undershorts to keep you comfortable in the saddle. Something waterproof in case it rains, (don’t worry so much about your legs – they dry off!) Cycling shoes if you have them or shoes with a reasonably stiff and grippy sole. Cycling gloves or normal gloves to keep your hands comfortable, and/or your hands warm A hat to go under your helmet and to wear at the campsite if it is chilly. A helmet. A down jacket or warm jacket for the evening in the campsite.

Venue:
Stowmarket
24 Stowupland Street Stowmarket Suffolk Stowmarket

When:
Sat, 24 Aug 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Cycle the Norfolk broads to the wild North Coast


Big skies, campfires, Gourmet food and Yurt action amongst atmospheric salt marshes Start point Stowmarket station, Suffolk, Friday morning. Finish Kings Llyn Station, Norfolk, Sunday afternoon. The plan We start on Friday morning in the Suffolk market town of Stowmarket, and cycle on quiet country lanes to our prepared campsite in the Norfolk Broads. Opportunity for an evening swim in the river before settling down to a hearty dinner around the campfire, prepared by our campsite host. After breakfast on Saturday morning, we cycle up to the famous North Norfolk coast to Stiffkey, where again our campsite will be set up for us. Here there are the atmospheric salt marshes and vast open landscape to one side of you, and the beautiful Norfolk countryside on the other. A chance to try the famous Cromer crab and local seafood. On Sunday morning we’ve got a 30 mile ride before a fabulous lunch at the famous Dabbling Duck gastro pub at Great Massingham.  After lunch we have a short 15 mile ride to the station at Kings Lynn for the return train journey to London Kings Cross which takes one and a half hours. The Cycling Approximately 120 miles of cycling over 3 days. The Broads are very flat but the North Norfolk coast has some surprisingly hilly sections. What is included Guided cycling with an experienced guide with knowledge of the area. Mechanical support. Support vehicle to carry your stuff so you only need to carry a day bag for the cycle. Campsite host to set up the tents, prepare all campsite meals, the campfire and the communal Yurt to relax in. Sunday lunch at the Dabbling Duck. Drinks not included. All camping equipment including tents, sleeping bags, and mattresses. What to bring and what to wear Any bicycle in good working order will do apart from fixed gear and single speed bikes and anything with tyres that are too geared towards racing and punctures! Cycling shorts or padded undershorts to keep you comfortable in the saddle. Something waterproof in case it rains, (don’t worry so much about your legs – they dry off!) Cycling shoes if you have them or shoes with a reasonably stiff and grippy sole. Cycling gloves or normal gloves to keep your hands comfortable, and/or your hands warm A hat to go under your helmet and to wear at the campsite if it is chilly. A helmet. A down jacket or warm jacket for the evening in the campsite.

Venue:
Stowmarket
24 Stowupland Street Stowmarket Suffolk Stowmarket

When:
Sat, 4 May 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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