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Gary Numan

Assembly Hall
Stoke Abbott Road West Worthing

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

Il Divo

The multi-award-winning collective - aka Urs Buhler, Sebastien Izambard, Carlos Marin and David Miller - perform classical-crossover.

Stansted House
Rowlands Castle Stansted Park

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 12.00am

Laughing George Edinburgh Preview - Common People - Paul Cox & Janet Garner

A very special night at Laughing George! Paul Cox and Janet Garner have been two of our most loved comedians to hit the Laughing George stage in the last year, and they are joining together to do a show at the Edinburgh Festival this year. Simply entitled 'Common People' - 'This is what happens when comedy comes out of the council estate' They have kindly agreed to do a preview show for us at Laughing George! Janet and Paul will have you roaring! Come and enjoy a midweek giggle with these two amazing comedians, shorter than our normal shows, the show the will run from 8pm until 9.30 with plenty of time for a drink after if you fancy. Brighten up the middle of the week on a beautiful Summers evening and show your support for Janet and Paul. 

The Upstairs Function Room
The George Inn , 102 Felpham Rd, Bognor Regis

Wed, 18 Jul 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

DISC Accreditation Day

DISC Accreditation Day What makes people tick? Join DISC Corporate Trainer Godwin Anthony at this one day interactive training session and discover how to unlock the secrets behind personality and behaviour traits. Why attend? This informative and interactive session will provide you with the tools using DISC profiling to transform your relationships and improve communication skills with work colleagues, peers, friends and family… in fact perfect for any situation. DISC is a powerful tool that will help you succeed and get the most out of every situation. DISC will support… Leadership and Management – Improve communication and your own management style to bring the best out of your team. Recruitment – Get it right first time, helping to build successful and productive teams. Team Building and Appraisals – Learn what motivates your team.  The retention of good staff is the key to your success. Conflict Resolution – Understand how to minimise conflict and manage it when it arises with positive outcomes. Sales – Discover how to read, handle and respond to customer’s traits and styles. Customer Service – Make an impact on your customer’s experience, after all customer is King! DISC and Client Coaching – Understand your client relationship and build it from strength to strength. DISC Graphs – Using the easy to read graphs, gain a greater insight into what actually makes people tick and how they make decisions, communicate and function. What to expect on the day? It’s a DISC packed event… Learn about the 4 basic DISC personality styles Understand how the 4 DISC styles act and interact Read and understand the 3 graphs Understand the graphs and provide feedback without reading the full report Recognise and understand unusual results and the reasons for them Identify and understand special patterns within the graphs and their meanings Practice report feedback Employ your coaching skills using DISC DISC assessment test to ensure your understanding and ability to utilise the DISC service Free personality profile worth £49 The DISC personality profiling system is a fabulous tool that has helped countless numbers of individuals to unlock the people puzzle and identify personality traits to maximum effect. Upon successful completion of this training you will also be authorised to display the DISC Accreditation Badge on your website and marketing materials. Who should attend? This is a perfect opportunity for HR managers, recruitment specialists, management and sales professionals to get to grips with personalities and what makes them tick! CPD 6.5 Hours Accredited

Ascent Business Chambers
5 Fishergate Court , Fishergate Preston

Thu, 19 Jul 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

The Art of Joyful Motherhood - Weekly Support Groups

Calling all mummas! This group is for any mothers who want to create the life of their dreams, get their sparkly energy back, feel inspired and live the life they want AND still be a fantastic mum. Come and surround yourself with likeminded mothers and get clear on your inner desires, learn valuable well being coping skills and ways to communicate from your heart. If you are SICK of the story that being a mum limits you from having the life you want, then this is the group for you. The old way of the self-sacrificing, slave mother is OUT. It's time to step into a new paradigm of motherhood, one where we inspire our children with our joyful energy and take ownership of our feminine power. It's time to have it ALL and on our terms. Please join this community of women if you want to move forward and follow your passions with ease and grace. Do you know what it is that you want? Maybe you already know what you want, but are scared to go for it. Maybe you don't have a clue what you want but you know you need change. In this first meet-up group we will getting really clear on our journey forward, getting to know each other as a group and setting powerful intentions. As a collective group of women on the same magical journey, we will support and inspire each other so we feel excited and confident to make the changes we need to make. Creating more balance, harmony, fulfilled and inspired relationships. Its realising what’s possible for ourselves and changing perspective to make massive shifts towards our dreams. This group is about you, your dreams and your vision in life and as a mother. If necessary you can bring your children although you will get more out of this group if not distracted – so I suggest treat this as time for you to get yourself grounded and clear your mindset ready to connect and let the magic to happen. Only 10 spaces available Chat soon Suzi B xx

Pagham Cricket Club
34 Nyetimber Lane Bognor Regis

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

First Aid in the Workplace

This training is suitable for smaller workplaces with low health and safety risks or for those nominated to provide support for qualified first aiders.Course content - communication and delegation in an emergency. Recognition and treatment of the following;Unconscious casualty, cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), choking casualty, unconscious casualty, bleeding, shock, heart attack, personal hygiene, simple record keeping, contents of first aid box, purchasing and ordering supplies, transportation of casualties.Knowledge will be assessed with practical exercises and interactions with the tutor.Completion of course and assessment each candidate will receive a certifcate of attendance valid for three years and a first aid handbook. All cancellations MUST be in writing to VAAC and will only be implemented from the date received. Cancellations notified 7 to 14 days prior to commencement date, 50% of full course fees, less than 7 days prior to commencement 100% of course fees made.

Bersted Green Learning Centre
Bersted Green Court Bognor Regis

Thu, 19 Jul 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

China Shop Bull

China Shop Bull back in Ashington

Bubbles Bar, Ashington
Station Road Ashington

Fri, 20 Jul 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

A Weekend Pilgrimage from Arundel to Bramber

A 2-day Pilgrimage from Arundel Castle to St Mary's House, Bramber Distance:Day 1 - Arundel to Findon - 9.5 milesDay 2 - Findon to Bramber - 9.5 miles £150 per person (includes breakfast and lunch on Sunday and Saturday night’s accommodation);£275 when two tickets are purchased together (£50 off). Make Pilgrimage along ancestral paths, over hillforts and mounds to the last surviving pilgrim hostel in South England, via: Arundel Castle: Raised 950 years ago by Richard de Montgomery, the gardens of Arundel are a beautiful place to begin a pilgrim’s day.Findon Church: sleep on comfortable rollmats in a church dating from the 13th century.Cissbury Ring: Once a great gathering place, this large henge was a place where a great many tools were made - if you look carefully in the grass, can you see a flint blade?Chanctonbury Ring: A mysterious hilltop wooded ring - what was here?Wiston: A 14th-century church in the grounds of Wiston House.Steyning Church: A 10th-century church where St Cuthman was said to have finally put down the wheelbarrow that had carried his grandmother all the way from Bosham and built the church here.Bramber Castle: Bramber Castle wards the church of St Mary’s, built upon a well and set amidst glorious gardens.St Mary's House, Bramber: An old pilgrim's rest house with a holy well and buried Templar Chapel. Bring your own beliefs.  A journey guaranteed to make you re-encounter Britain in new (and very old) ways. Holy Well of St Mary's, Bramber The Pilgrimage will include: - New ways of meeting old Churches (bring your own beliefs...)- Sleeping in Findon Church- Foraging wild plants for pilgrim teas, medicines and snacks- Group pilgrim songs sung on the path- Occasional barefoot walking- Opportunities for silence - Rediscovering your place in the British pilgrimage tradition- Natural beauty and the wild places between the roads- Holy and Historic sites of all kinds- Keep-your-own Hazelwood staffs and gifts of silver for holy places Travel We will gather at St Nicholas’s Church, Arundel on Saturday morning at 09.30. For Londoners, there is a train from Victoria to Arundel at 08:06 (arriving 09:26). Train is the best way to travel to and from a pilgrimage, which starts and ends in different places, but driving is also an option if you return to the start point via train or taxi - parking is avaliable at Arundel train station. The pilgrimage will end at St Mary's House, Bramber by 19:30. Trains run regularly back to London from Shoreham-by-Sea, a 10-minute taxi ride from Bramber. Those needing to travel back to Arundel will need to book a 25-minute taxi back to Arundel. Your pilgrim guides Guidance from Will and Guy - songful co-founders of the British Pilgrimage Trust. They offer traditions to help your pilgrimage come to life - including songs and stories, suggested pilgrim rituals, wild water drinking and foraged teas. They’ll lead you along a carefully considered route with capable navigation. You will receive support when you need it, and space when you don't. What to bring   Trusty walking footwear; Waterproofs (if applicable); Waterbottle; Comfortable clothes, toothbrush etc and backpack. We provide sleeping bags, rollmats and silk liners (and loos), and we will take care of transporting these so you don't need to bring a bigger rucksack to accommodate your sleeping kit. Please bring a packed lunch and pay for your own dinner on the Saturday, and we will provide a packed lunch on the Sunday. Cathedral of Our Lady and St Philip Howard, Arundel Fundraising All ticket fees fund the work of the British Pilgrimage Trust, a charitable trust which seeks to open up Britain's pilgrimage tradition in newly inclusive and exciting ways. Our goal is to build routes that are open to everyone. But to raise the funds to achieve this, we run these fundraising weekend group events. We're not a business, we make no profit, we do not pay ourselves to run these weekend events, and we receive no central government funding. With the money we pay people to do things for the charity, like a web designer, a digital map-maker, and meetings with venues for low-cost pilgrim accommodation. Overall, organising these fundraisers serves multiple purposes, combining route research, fundraising, PR, and establishment of low-cost accommodation, all through a single weekend event. FAQ’s Who can come?Anyone over 18 (or under 18 with parental guidance, bearing in mind the walking distance).Is this religious?All and no-faiths are equally welcome. We operate a “Bring Your Own Beliefs” policy. We ask that all participating pilgrims tolerate one another, whatever their beliefs.Are there fitness limitations?Pilgrimage is moderately intense. If you struggle to walk all day, this type of pilgrimage may be an unsuitable activity for you right now. There are always plenty of escape points en route where you can jump on a bus. But we will walk slowly, and start early, so we believe this is a very manageable distance for the majority of people. Due to the stiles and off-road access along much of this route, unfortunately this pilgrimage is not suited for mobility-impaired people or those requiring wheelchair access. Sorry, we're working on alternatives...Do you have a concessionary rate?If you are unable to pay our full rate, please get in touch with us and we'll see what we can do. We hope to make British pilgrimages accessible to everyone if we can.Can I bring my dog?Sadly not - we can’t accommodate dogs on our guided pilgrimages. However, if you have a registered assistance dog, they are welcome. If you’re interested, book a ticket and come along. If you're unsure, book two tickets and bring a friend. *If you are unable to pay our full rate, please email us at [email protected] for a concessionary rate This pilgrimage is open to all. Bring your own beliefs.  We look forward to seeing you on the path. Arundel Castle Gardens

The Parish and Priory Church of Saint Nicholas
2 London Road Arundel

Sat, 21 Jul 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Meet the Tutor - Course For Trainee Dental Nurses

Accredited Course Provider to deliver the National Diploma in Dental Nursing.  Course Overview Our course is designed to offer personalised tuition. Lessons are delivered in small groups no more than 6 students per group. This enables us to tailor tuition to individual needs,  provide 1:1 tutorials for support and guidance, personal tutors for eRoE completion.  Entry Requirements No previous experience necessary. To undertake the course you must be employed as a trainee dental nurse and have employer support to validate workplace activities. Interview, assessed for suitability and advised accordingly. On successful application, you will be reserved a place and subsequently, will be advised of their interview date.  Course Content  Delivered over 12-18 months every other week depending on start date covering 17 topics within the following areas of professional practice: clinical, professional, communication, management, and leadership. Learners are required to complete records of experiences (eRoEs) that are divided into 5 units. On successful completion, you will receive a National Diploma in Dental Nursing certificate, which will enable you to register with the General Dental Council.   Course Intake September 2018 -  Taking exams Written in November 2019 Practical OSCEs January 2020 Evening and Weekend courses available depending on demand Course Fees Tuition fees from £1450 Exam fee from £485 - Total Payable £1935  How to Apply To meet the tutor please select a time above to reserve your place.  If you like what you have read and wish to reserve a place on the course please complete the application form by clicking this link Applicant Form  or email [email protected]   Students are to pay a non-refundable enrolment fee £100, which is deducted from course fees. Course fees are payable in full on the first lesson. Pay monthly option is available on request please contact the organiser directly for more information. 

The Learning Lodge
55 Penhill Road Lancing

Sat, 21 Jul 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

First Willow Weaving Workshop

This is the first none living Willow Weaving Workshop we do and it is a good place to begin. You will be able to go home with your own creation. You may also enjoy following this up with our second Willow Workshop. This is the workshop you need to do if you have not tried willow weaving before. It is a very popular workshop, we have been running for many years and we get lots of positive feed back. There is a second workshop on 11th  August. This is aimed at those who have tried and enjoyed this Willow Weaving workshop this year or in a  previous years and wish to develope their skills a little further making animals such as a deer or goose (loose duck). You may wish to book a place following this course. Link to second workshop The workshop naturally begins with coffee and cake. Gina then introduces the class to the possibilities of willow weaving and where to obtain your materials should you wish to develop your weaving skills further at home after the workshop. Gina demonstrates and explains the weaving principles and the you begin the first task usually a dragonfly. Gina is on hand to help. In the later part of the workshop post a light lunch there is a chance to be a little more adventurous and develope your skills further. Many people choose to create an obelisk plant support. Please bring secateurs. This course includes a packed lunch, please call the shop for further details. Click here Recent photos from 2016 Click here  Recent photos from 2014 workshop Gina Martin is highly experienced in running workshops and projects in schools and community groups for people of all ages and abilities, designing workshops alongside the teachers and other participants. Gina studied at the Royal College of Art gaining an MA in Sculpture and has provided work for prestigious events such as the Olympics and Starwars.   Click here for photos of the 2013 workshop Click here for photos from the 2012 workshop Click here for more photos from 2011 on our Blog

Preston Bissett Nurseries and Country Shop
Preston Bissett , Bushey Lane Preston

Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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