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Nowton Days - Gilbert O'Sullivan & His Band



Venue:
Nowton Park
Bury Road Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Sat, 26 May 2018 12.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Black Roots


Black Roots are a roots reggae band from the St. Paul's area of Bristol, England formed in 1979. They toured extensively in the UK and Europe in the 1980s and early 1990s releasing several albums and singles during that time before disappearing from the music scene for about ten years. Their comeback began when Soundicate/Makasound, a record label in France, released an album in 2004 and followed it up with another in 2007 (both were compilations made up from their extensive back catalogue). In December 2010 they performed their first live show for some twenty years at the Trinity Hall in Bristol and since then they have been active once again, playing live dates and releasing 3 albums On The Ground, Ghetto Feel and Son of Man..

Venue:
Colchester Arts Centre
Church St Colchester

When:
Sat, 26 May 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Advanced Prop Star


This CPD is aimed at senior player's and coaches, the delivery will include a short indoor module that will set the premise for the outdoor practice. The CPD will be an hour and a half, with a short space allocated at the end for Q & A. (Although questions will be encouraged throughout!) The content for the evening:  What do we do at the Scrum - hit, and hope or do we have a purpose? Scrum with and without the ball Front row roles and responsibilities during attacking and defensive scrum. What kind of scrum works where? (pitch specific delivery) Attacking options off a defensive scrum! Back row & front row who needs who? Delivery on the night will be Tim Reed (RFU Community Rugby Coach, Level 3 Coach) David Marshall (RFU Community Rugby Coach, Ex Wasps player) Glenn Remnant (Ex-All Black, Rotherham, Cornish All Blacks, Cambridge) 

Venue:
Bury Saint Edmunds Cathedral
30 Angel Hill Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Wed, 30 May 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Level 3 Acting present 'Female Transport' by Steve Gooch


The play is set in 1807 when convicts were sent to Australia to colonise it. It is about six female convicts aboard the 'Sydney Cove' who are forced to survive in terrible conditions.  The women battle against authority to maintain their dignity and voice.

Venue:
St Martin's Church
West Stockwell Street Colchester

When:
Fri, 1 Jun 2018 2.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Level 3 Acting present 'Female Transport' by Steve Gooch


The play is set in 1807 when convicts were sent to Australia to colonise it. It is about six female convicts aboard the 'Sydney Cove' who are forced to survive in terrible conditions.  The women battle against authority to maintain their dignity and voice.

Venue:
St Martin's Church
West Stockwell Street Colchester

When:
Fri, 1 Jun 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


XOXO


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Venue:
Silk Road
4 Saint Botolph's Street Colchester

When:
Tue, 5 Jun 2018 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Tom Stuart-Smith: “Gardens and Culture”


Please join us on Tuesday June 5th at 12 noon to hear the celebrated garden designer, Tom Stuart-Smith talking exclusively at Braxted Park about 'Gardens and Culture'. As Tom says: "Making gardens in different parts of the world has made me realise that our approach to gardening in Britain is both unique and eccentric. I will look at gardens I have made in India, Morocco, the Caribbean and the US in contrast to some of the gardens I have made in the UK, so as to illustrate the different place that gardens occupy in different cultures".   Tickets for the talk are £10 each and must be purchased in advance. The talk is in support of Horatio’s Garden. Entrance to the garden is payable on the day on arrival. This event is part of the NGS Open Garden Day at Braxted Park. The garden is open on 5th June from 10am to 4pm and admission is £5.50 (children free). Light lunches and afternoon teas are available in the Walled Garden Pavilion. Guide dogs only. Braxted Park, Grade II* park of “exceptional significance”, is once again opening its gardens for the NGS. Meander around the parkland’s ponds, lakes and walled gardens, enjoy the long Wisteria broad walk and admire the Mulberry parasol trees which are unique to Braxted. The Head Gardener will be on hand to answer questions and perennials will be on sale in aid of Horatio’s Garden. www.braxtedpark.com

Venue:
Braxted Park Estate
Braxted Park Estate Great Braxted

When:
Tue, 5 Jun 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Jason Manford - Muddle Class



Venue:
Charter Hall at Colchester Leisure World
Cowdray Avenue Colchester

When:
Fri, 12 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


BWN Ipswich 6th June 2018: Getting your brand identity right with Franzi Scheithauer


WHY YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS A COHERENT VISUAL IDENTITY Franzi speakes about how we are all passionate about what we do and want to offer our products and services to as many customers as possible, but in a densely crowded and noisy marketplace it is key for a business to have a distinctive ‘face’ – a visual identity – that captures the brand’s essence and leaves a lasting impression.Franzi will speak about the importance of a coherent visual identity, what it incorporates, how designers approach the creative process and what you can do on a daily basis to keep it consistent and memorable. Business women tell us that the BWN gives women like you;Increased sales.New customers.You gain confidence to ask for what you want.You gain the confidence to go for the bigger opportunities.You gain new skills in all areas of business and success. From Sales and Marketing, Online marketing, PR, Business growth, public speaking, pitching for business, picking up the phone to get what you want, and more!Increased confidence and become an effective successful public speaker. (Anywhere!) Do you dread public speaking and feel your knees go weak? Do you worry you will even forget your name? You’re not alone with a fear of public speaking being one of the top UK fears. Join us & not only help deal with fear, feel confident and able to speak effectively in any environment. BRING 2 GUESTS ATTEND FOR FREE! Attending our events?Here's how to get more out of the results (easily!)Tweet @BWNcouk and we will happily retweet your news, ideas, posts and links. Say "Hello" On our Facebook page and feel free to share your links to your site and social media so that we can say hi and get to know you before the event.Great motivational networking, great ideas, great opportunities, and so much more. So what is the structure of our events?We want you to feel welcome so there will be someone at the door to welcome you and answer any questions. Look out for someone with a clipboard and a smile! The event starts at 10am and it's fine to arrive early or late. And if you want a 1 2 1, it's fine to arrive early, we won't disturb you.Refreshments arrive at 10am, ensure you add your business literature to the promo table.Feel free to put your handbag, coat etc on a place and help yourself to a cuppa. At 10.30 we sit down and hear the Business Ops (which are local, national and international opportunities including media opportunities as they come up.) Then we have our 45-minute master class. Then it's over to you. The first 25 business women are guaranteed 60 seconds to speak about their business and we ensure we stop the structured content by midday so that there is time to network freely again until 12.30. If you need to dash that is fine. But Hintlesham Hall is beautiful and perfect for a light lunch, a good coffee and a meeting. When you leave ensure you take any left over business literature with you. And keep in touch on our social media so that businesses get to know you between events. And finally, don't worry about it being a girlie "clicky" group. This is business focussed in a relaxed environment that enables you to get the answers and connections you need. -- Our coordinator for these Ipswich Hintlesham Hall events is Lucy Smith, who meets and greets at the door to make sure that you get a warm welcome and can ask any questions when you arrive.

Venue:
Hintlesham Hall Hotel
Hintlesham Hintlesham

When:
Wed, 6 Jun 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


FREE Business Start Right Workshops - Bury St Edmunds


Free Business Start Right Programme  Are you thinking about starting up a business, or in the process of setting one up - or even at 'test trading' stage?  If so, then Menta has a limited number of spaces on a programme of support funded by the EU (take this opportunity whilst it lasts!).    This is the first of 3 workshops covering Starting your Business  - you can also book yourself now onto the Business Start Right Workshop 2: 'Marketing' and the Business Start Right Workshop 3: 'Book Keeping & Self Assessment'.   These take place in Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich on a range of dates and booking is availble through the MENTA website (same place you found this workshop). Overview of Business Start Right Workshop We cover: What is it like to be self employed - pros and cons Legal status - which to choose Working from home Understanding the reality of your business Defining your REAL customers Marketing  Financing your start-up Legal aspects Bullet point Business Plan (templates will be emailed after the workshop) Free further support options The next stage  Remember that once booked on this workshop - you are eligible to book yourself on the Start Right Marketing and Book Keeping workshops as well!    Teas, coffees and biscuits are provided, but please bring snacks. Workshops finish at 1:30pm. You are welcome to bring your lunch!   Delegate quotes include: ‘A very worthwhile series of courses which has given me a great start for my business to succeed.  I was utterly terrified of book keeping, but now feel confident to tackle my tax return!’                 Phil – Commercial Photographer ‘Relaxed, informative environment.  Courses delivered by friendly, experienced, approachable and highly qualified people.  A great ‘start’ for anyone wanting to develop a new business.’                Jill - Florist ‘I found these workshops invaluable to starting up my business.  Very informative, lots of help and advice to assist my business.’                 Natasha - Virtual Assistant and Book Keeper  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:
The Self Centre
5 Eastern Way Bury Saint Edmunds

When:
Thu, 7 Jun 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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