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BMF Session - North Inch Park, Perth


Think BMF is just for the hardcore? Think again! If you're new to fitness, we tailor our workouts for all abilities, whilst positively encouraging, expertly coaching and motivating you to success.  Each session is suitable for all abilities, especially absolute beginners. Our coloured bib system enables us to break you into groups with people of a similar ability level so our highly skilled instructors can provide appropriate exercises and intensity for each individual. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, return from injury, just had a baby or want to start off your fitness regime at the right intensity, then our beginner classes are for you. So, let's go. Grab your trainers, put on your PT kit and we'll see you in the park soon. For all other information head to britishmilitaryfitness.com

Venue:
North Inch Park
Barossa Place on the junction of Rose Terrace Perth

When:
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Doors Open Days - Strathallan School Guided Tours


Strathallan School sits in 153 acres of what was formerly the Ruthven family estate. At its heart is Freeland House, built in 1825 and designed by leading architect William Burn. Today the school combines its historical heart with a superb range of new facilities supporting academics, sports and the arts. Come and learn about the history of the School, hear why the founder’s ethos of ‘opportunities for all to excel’ still applies today. Take a peek inside Freeland House, see the Saloon and Fiction Library then contrast the old with the new by visiting the new facilities.

Venue:
Strathallan School
Forgandenny Perth

When:
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 2.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Menopause-a-long


An opportunity to tell it as it is!Join vocal tutor, Debra Salem, as she leads you through three popular  70s songs with words adapted to fit the experience of going through the menopause. All women welcome, you don't need to read music or have any singing experience. Hot Stuff Tragedy I will Survive These songs were tried and tested at Menopause Festival 2018 and will be presented as part of the review of the year on morning of Saturday 29th September at the WOW Perth Festival (9am - 11am). Please book tickets for each rehearsal, so that we know numbers and so that we can contact you, if we need to.

Venue:
Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 6.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Paint Perth! Wednesday, 26th September


We are very excited to be hosting our next paint night in Perth!With a relaxed and social atmosphere, our professional artist will guide you step-by-step through your evening's painting, to create a one of a kind art work that will gain 'pride of place' on your mantelpiece. No experience is necessary to take part. With a glass in one hand, and a paintbrush in the other, you might surprise yourself!Your ticket will include: one FREE drink, a canvas (which is yours to keep), paints, paintbrushes, a table easel and instruction from our talented artist...banter included free of charge! Food and drinks will be available for purchase from the venue. Buy your tickets now, limited availability!

Venue:
The Venue
38 Saint John Street Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Handling and Moving One Day Refresher (external agencies will be charged)


AIMS To have an awareness of current Legislative Framework To keep participants up to date with any changes to current practice, techniques and usage of new equipment To achieve a theoretical and practical learning and development one day session OUTCOME An understanding of safe and efficient movement in relation to your own personal care, those who you are caring for and work colleagues within the community care sector The importance of current legislative frameworks that we work within and how this impacts on your daily working practice in life and community care To have the knowledge, confidence and practical skills of how to use all relevant equipment, hoists etc that are used within Perth & Kinross NB - Please note charges may apply to external organisations. Please be advised the Learning and Development doors will be open to the Training Suite at 09.15am. Parking can be found in the surrounding area and not within the grounds of Beechgrove House. Thank you Please be aware we require 48 hours’ notice if you need to cancel your place on this learning session. If 48 hours’ notice is not given or if you fail to attend on the day, there may be a charge of £50 for non-attendance. To cancel your booking, please go to www.eventbrite.co.uk.Alternatively you can contact the Housing and Community Safety Learning and Development team on 01738 477 828 or email [email protected]  

Venue:
Learning and Development Training Suite
Beechgrove House , Hillend Road Kinross

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Eden Project Communities Exchange Hub Meetup (Perth)


Perth Exchange Hub Are you inspired to make a positive difference in your community but don’t know where to start? Do you spend your time trying out interesting ideas, from small and simple to big and bold, that aim to improve the happiness and wellbeing in your area? This informal free event, our first one in Perth, will bring people together who want to make a positive difference in their local community.  It’s open to anyone who’s already involved in a community project, would like to get more involved or has an idea for their own project. Whether you have lots of experience or are just starting your journey, you’re warmly invited to come along to discuss new ideas, share your skills and meet other people who are also active in the local area. You’ll learn more about our annual campaign The Big Lunch, contribute to shaping the development of network/hub in your area, find out about other opportunities to keep connected and leave with new connections to follow up locally.  Refreshments will be provided. About the Networks/Exchange Hubs We’re developing Networks/Exchange Hubs across Scotland because we know the strength that comes from togetherness. We’re doing this by hosting on-going meetings/meetups in your area as well as providing opportunities to take part in video calls so that people working on different projects can support each other, and exchange skills, knowledge and experience. We also develop local and national partnerships to support these networks and hubs, so welcome participation from organisations who would like to get involved.

Venue:
A K Bell Library
17 York Place Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Free Training PERTH


Description Somewhere Over the Rainbow is a fun, interactive, and engaging session providing information from Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Nutrition & Dietetics. The session includes ages & stages of typical child development and focuses on how we can encourage parents to support their child's development (pre-birth – 5 years) through 3 key messages “Talk, Play and Explore”. The session is completely free! It is suitable for anyone working with children and/or their families FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN THE ARMISTEAD CAR PARK AS THIS IS FOR PATIENTS ONLY. THERE IS PLENTY PARKING IN THE HOSPITAL GROUNDS. What can I bring into the event? Please print out the slide presentation which we will send prior to the event. No tickets are required. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please contact us at [email protected] Read more Read less

Venue:
North Inch Community Campus, Perth
Gowans Terrace Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Architectural Conservation CPD: Principles & Best Practice


ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION CPD Principles and Best Practice for Traditional and Historic Buildings If you are looking to refresh your conservation knowledge or encounter historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, but have limited knowledge of the best conservation practice to employ when approaching a project involving traditional buildings, then this is the CPD programme for you. Traditional and historic buildings are an integral part of Perth and Kinross's built environment with many of its population centres, such as Perth, celebrated for their rich historic character. Whilst valued, historic buildings are often considered difficult to maintain, expensive to repair and their traditional methods of construction complicated to refurbish and align with modern building regulations. This series of CPDs will give you the tools to help unlock their potential. The 2018 PROGRAMME 25 April: Repairing & Restoring Historic Masonry 30 May: Climate Change Adaptation for Traditional Buildings 27 June: Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings 29 August: Developing Appropriate Lime Specifications for Traditional Buildings 26 September: Damp in Older Buildings 31 October: Lead Work in Traditional Buildings About the Programme This 6 session programme of CPD has been put together specifically with architects, surveyors, trades and construction professionals in mind, offering comprehensive introductions with practical examples on a range of essential topics. It runs from Spring to Autumn with a break over the school summer holidays and takes place at a regular 1 hour lunchtime slot at the end of the month. Sessions will be delivered in Perth by industry accredited professionals. 'Architectural Conservation CPD' forms part of Perth City Heritage Fund's ongoing work to encourage the regeneration of Perth's historic buildings using traditional materials and skill and in accordance with best conservation practice. Perth City Heritage Fund is managed by Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust and supported by Historic Environment Scotland. Student Friendly If you are considering a career in a buildings related industry or sector then this CPD is also for you. We offer a discounted rate for students so please get in touch if you're interested in attending.

Venue:
Civic Lounge
Perth & Kinross Council Buildings , 2 High Street Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 12.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Introduction to Sensory Issues


Delivered in partnership with Paediatric Occupational Therapy, NHS Tayside, this workshop will look at sensory processing, how it works and what can go wrong. Participants will have the opportunity to think about their own sensory habits as well as work out what is happening to the children they are concerned about. Pricing: Perth Autism Support training workshops are free to families registered with us. However, please note a charge of £10.00 will be incurred for non-attendance and cancellations received within 48 hours of the training. Cancellations must be made through Event Brite. For non-registered parents & carers, attending professionals and staff from other agencies there will be a £25 charge per person per workshop, including non-attendance and cancellations received within 48 hours of the training. Cancellations must be made through Event Brite. Invoices will be sent following the workshop to the email address used to book. Alternatively payment can be made at the workshop. When using one email address for multiple tickets please provide the correct delegate name.

Venue:
Perth Autism Support
28 Market Street Perth

When:
Wed, 26 Sep 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Scottish Lowland/Farmland Curlew Workshop


We would like to invite you to the, to discuss the future of the Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata in Scotland.   Both breeding and wintering populations of Curlew are declining at an alarming rate throughout the British Isles and the species has recently been added to the Red List of endangered species and is considered Near Threatened, having already vanished as a breeding bird from large parts of the lowlands. Changes in farming practices, predation and human disturbance are the most commonly highlighted factors. This workshop will bring together various interested parties (farmers, landowners, field workers, conservation professionals, planners) to hear what is happening in different nesting areas in Scotland, specifically in farmed/lowland landscapes, and to find practical ways to conserve and extend the range of this genuinely iconic and widely-loved species.  The day will consist of a series of short presentations on Curlew projects, followed by targeted panel discussions on specific issues, where the audience will be encouraged to take part. Practical ideas and solutions will be recorded and distributed after the meeting. A simple buffet lunch will be provided.  We would value your presence at this workshop, which is a vital step towards reversing the declining trend of Curlews in Scotland. AGENDA: Whaup’s Up? – The Status and Future of Curlew in Scotland Thursday 27th September 2018, Battleby Conference Centre     09.00-09.30     Arrivals, registration and coffee   09.30 – 10.50  SETTING THE SCENE                                              Chair Davy McCracken   09.30-09.40     Welcome, introduction and setting the scene            Alan Lauder                                                                                                             Chair, Irish Curlew Task Force                                                 09.40-09.50     The importance of Curlew to Scotland                       Lewis Macdonald                                                                                                              Member Scottish Parliament   09.50-10.05     The National Picture -                                                Chris Wernham                         Status and trends for Curlew in Scotland                   British Trust for Ornithology                                                                                                     10.05-10.20     Working for Waders –                                                 Alastair MacGugan                          Curlew in the context of waders in Scotland             Scottish Natural Heritage   10.20-10.35     RSPB Trial Management Project in Scotland            David Douglas/ Irena                                                                                                             Tomankova                                                                                                             Royal Soc for the Protection of Birds   10.35-10.50     Scottish Winter Curlew – population trends               Bob Swann                                                                                                             Highland Ringing Group          --- 10.50-11.05 Morning coffee ---     11.05 – 13.00  CURLEW CONSERVATION                                      Chair Sarah Sanders     11.05-11.20     Do Agri/Env Schemes work for Curlew?                    Davy McCracken                                                                                                                    Scottish Rural College   11.20-11.35     Forestry and Curlew in Scotland                                Brendan Callaghan                                                                                                             Forestry Commission Scotland   11.35-11.50     A Farmer’s Perspective                                              Martin Kennedy                                                                                                             National Farmers Union Scotland   11.50-12.05   Does Predator Control Work for Curlew?                   Dave Parish                                                                                                           Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust   12.05 -12.20   Windfarms and Curlew                                               James Pearce-Higgins                                                                                                            British Trust for Ornithology             RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION - CASE STUDIES                  Chair Alan Lauder                           12.20 -12.35   Curlew in Orkney, a curlew hotspot                           Alan Leitch                                                                                                            RSPB - Orkney                                                   12.20-12.35     Curlew in Galloway, a sad tale                                   Patrick Laurie                                                                                                             Farmer/journalist 12.35-12.50     Summary of previous Workshops                              Geoff Hilton                           Lessons from Ireland, England and Wales                Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust           12:50- 13.00    Conflict and cooperation                                             Steve Redpath                                                                                                              Uni of Aberdeen   13.00-13.30     Questions to Speakers                                                                                                                                   --- 13.30-14.00 Lunch ---   14.00-1700 WORKSHOPS    Chairs Alan Lauder and Phil Sheldrake     1400-1445      INTRO TO SESSION 1   1410-1500       What are the unique problems for curlew?     1445-1500      INTRO TO SESSION 2   1500-1600      What actions can be taken specifically to help curlew.              ---Tea break 1600- 16.30---   1630-1650      Synthesis of the day   1650 – 1700    Final questions   1700 – close     The organisers would like to thank SNH, the Horace and Helen Gillman Trusts, RSPB, GWCT, Scottish Lands and Estates, Working for Waders for their support.                                                                                                            

Venue:
Battleby Conference Centre
Redgorton Perth

When:
Thu, 27 Sep 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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