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Spring Programme 4 February - 5 May 2019


THESE WORKSHOPS CAN ONLY BE BOOKED FOR SCHOOL PUPILS.  At Dumfries House Estate, we offer programmes in science, engineering, healthy eating, growing and harvesting vegetables, horticulture, sewing and textiles, hospitality and traditional building crafts, all of which are linked  either to the Curriculum for Excellence or to industry training needs. The education programmes cater for a wide range of ages and outcomes. The Harmony approach to learning from nature is at the heart of all our programmes and threads through every activity offered. We have day workshops in a single centre for an in-depth learning day, dual centre options to cover a wider variety of topics and residential packages focusing on outdoor and resilience building or themed stays to link with the secondary curriculum. All day visit programmes are booked as per the ticket system. For a more detailed explanation of topics, please refer to the Curriculum Document sent with your booking link. All workshops have a material cost of £3 per pupil which will be invoiced to the school on receipt of a booking. HOW TO BOOK Choose an event date and then hit register to pick a workshop combination. Please check that the date selected corresponds with the day of the week stated on the ticket. You must complete a seperate registration form for each day/date you wish to book. Please note we have limited access to our minibuses which are chargeable based on distance from the Estate. Booking tickets are available for the minibuses. To book programmes for residential stays, and S1 -6 horticulture or hospitality programmes, please email: [email protected] To book S1-6 textile programmes, please email: [email protected] To enquire about early years activities, please email: [email protected]  

Venue:
Dumfries House Estate
(Part of The Prince's Foundation) Cumnock

When:
Tue, 19 Mar 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Ayr Photography Workshop for Beginners


This event is specifically intended to beginners in photography willing to learn how to use their camera (DSLR or Mirrorless) in the most efficient way possible. This specific workshop will be a mix of photography activities and a walk in the City of Ayr.  With a low ticket access fee of only £159.00 (Ticket for 2 at £270.00) for the day, during this workshop you’ll learn about how to use the settings of your camera, about the focusing, about the exposition and we’ll practice together on different photographic activities like “Street Life”, Architecture” and “Landscape”.  You will not of course become a professional photographer at the end of the day but let me tell you that at this workshop, several things can be guaranteed; a friendly atmosphere, lots of fun, practical exchange of photography advices and a great variety of opportunities to create lovely images… Each workshop is voluntary limited to a maximum of 5 participants to ensure the best communication possible with everyone. Everything you need to enjoy your passion for photography on a stress-free Saturday. *** FREE GIFT *** When booking a workshop, you will be offered a FREE eBook teaching you about the followings: 1. Exposure – The Camera 2. Image Composition and Advanced Composition Techniques 3. The Light Meter and The Exposure Triangle 4. White Balance 5. Mastering AutoFocus 6. File Handling and File Formats This eBook will be send by email as soon as I get confirmation of your booking so you’ll have time to read it before the workshop and, when meeting, you can ask any question you may have about its content. Additionally, it will be a great support to come back to at any time during your photographic journey. There is also a Facebook group for the workshop customers you’ll be invited to join. There is no obligation to participate of course but posting some images you have created during the workshop is always a great way to get constructive comments and through this group, you’ll have a FREE access to more documentation and tips related to photography. Being a member of this group also allows you to keep in touch, ask questions and still learn, long after the workshop is done. FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Yes, you must be minimum 18 to attend this workshop. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Meeting point will be somewhere in the City Centre near a parking lot so no matter if you are driving or coming by train, all participants can meet at the same easy point. From there, we'll walk together through the City. Exact meeting point, usually the Train Station, will be confirmed few days before the event. What can I bring into the event? Your camera first ;-) which ideally should be a Mirrorless or DSLR. Don't forget your batteries and memory cards! Dressing code is of course "Casual' and the one thing very important is to wear easy and good walking shoes as we are going to walk a bit in the City. A raincoat might be wise to also have with you considering our ever changing Scottish weather. A good idea should be to also bring with you some snacks and drinks but if you forget those, we’ll still be very close to shops.  How can I contact the organiser with any questions? The most easy way should be by using the "Contact the Organiser" function from this website but you may also want to use my contact form directly on my website at https://jeremylavender.myportfolio.com/contact  What's the refund policy? Basically there is no refund at all so you must be sure to assist the workshop when buying your ticket.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? It should be great but not an obligation as long as you have an ID with you.  Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? It is not supposed to be at first but to compensate the fact that there is no refund available and considering unfortunate things may happen, I will allow a transferrable ticket in the case of a major situation. The major situation to be defined and/or accepted at the sole discretion of the organiser but for example, a broken leg or arm will of course do it. In this case, and only after approval of the organiser, you must let me know of all details about the person holding the transferred ticket and assisting the event.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? In exceptional situation as described above, yes it can be OK. But, once again, transferring a ticket to someone else has to be accepted first by the organiser and also few days before the day of the event itself.

Venue:
Ayr Train Station
Smith Street Ayr

When:
Sat, 23 Mar 2019 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Harry Potter quiz night - 23rd March 2019


I am organising a Harry Potter quiz night to raise money for my ICE adventure with the girl guides.

Venue:
Fullarton ConneXions
Church Street Ayr

When:
Sat, 23 Mar 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Health & Wellbeing Retreat Day in aid of Whiteleys Retreat


Back by popular demand. Would you like to spend a day in the beautiful Ayrshire countryside, recharging your batteries and learning some tips to take away, to help you cope with modern day life? Would you like to learn some natural ways of dealing with minor health problems? Are you happy supporting a local charity? Whiteleys Retreat. Come and join us at the beautiful Enterkine House. The final plan of the day has yet to be finalised, but activities are likely to include: Positive Mental Attitude: How words affect your mood Yoga, Aromatherapy, Herbalism Visualisation Workshops may include: Yoga Herbal walk Blending an aromatherapy shampoo/shower gel/ sacred space sprayTransformative Meditation & Deep Relaxation Taster Sessions may include: Aromatherapy Chakra Balancing Hand Massage Reflexology There will be a few stall holders, who will be offering taster sessions, with a minimal charge. Lunch is included, along with teas & coffees. Whatever the final plan is, this is sure to be a day where you go away with some ideas to help you cope with day to day life, to enhance your health and wellbeing. All attendees will have a goodie bag to take away. ALL PROFITS GO TO WHITELEYS RETREAT

Venue:
Enterkine House Hotel
Annbank Ayr

When:
Sat, 23 Mar 2019 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Scottish Government Policy Stakeholder Event - Ayrshire


Parental Employability Support Fund (PESF) - Stakeholder Engagement Event - Ayrshire

Venue:
The Marine Hotel, Troon
8 Crosbie Road Ayr

When:
Tue, 26 Mar 2019 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Pactimo Custom Cycling Clothing at GRO Coffee, Harbour St, Irvine.


Custom club cycling or triathlon clothing needing a change?  Come and meet us, the Pactimo custom clothing team, at GRO Coffee on Thursday 28 February from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.  Enjoy a drink with us and see our full range of custom cycling and triathlon clothing.  Let us get your club into great kit, here is what we offer as standard: Low minimums of 5 on a first order, none on reorders 4 week delivery Relaxed minimums on lesser represented gender Online store option for members to shop from Fit kits to ensure sizing is right 100% guarantee on clothing 5 hours free design time  Extensive range of clothing including men and women specific Unrivalled customer service Scottish clubs already in Pactimo include Glasgow Green Cycling Club, Stirling Bike Club, Deeside Thistle Cycling Club, Paisley Velo, RCCK, Glasgow Green, Haddington CC and more!  All who attend will enter a competition to win clothing from Pactimo and there just might be some freebies on the night!   Come grab a cuppa with us and meet the team when we are in your area. Please RSVP to confirm attendance due to limited spaces either via this invite or by emailing Mandy Collie on [email protected] #pactimocustomuk

Venue:
GRO Coffee
124 Harbour Street Irvine

When:
Wed, 27 Mar 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Prof Iain Stewart: Planet Oil (AYR)


The RSGS President and TV presenter traces the geological and technological tipping points that transformed oil from an unwanted waste product into a substance on which our modern world completely relies. Exploring the past, present and future story of our petroleum addiction, Iain asks if we really are coming to the end of the Hydrocarbon Age.

Venue:
Gaiety Theatre
Carrick Street Ayr

When:
Wed, 27 Mar 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Power of 3- Mind, Health, Wealth


A live Inner Fire WOMEN workshop sharing more from my popular The Power of 3-Mind | Health | Wealth challenge. Sharing an understanding of the fundamental way our mind works so that small difference in your thinking can make huge diference in your outside world. And a plan going forward for your Mind, Health & Wealth! I'll be talking re-energising, re-focusing. I'll be talking about the shift from being a consumer to being a creator. About new ways to create a different health and wealth. The truth is, we may never feel ready enough to create the life and work we love. But nothing beats taking the right next step. Not just in your MINDSET but in coachable ACTIONS. To uplevel your thinking, your health and your money.  If you have previously joined my Power of 3 online challenge the you already have a little taster of what's in store. If you are new to Inner Fire - I'd love to see you there Senga 

Venue:
Harbour Arts Centre
114-116 Harbour Street Irvine

When:
Tue, 19 Mar 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Adam Mars-Jones: Reading and Conversation


Adam Mars-Jones has been a bold and original voice in British fiction and a leading critic for nearly 40 years. This March he is in Dublin as the inaugural Briena Staunton Visiting Fellow in the Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing at Trinity College. Please join us for this special event to celebrate his fellowship, in which he will read from his work, and discuss his writing and career with Kevin Power. Adam Mars-Jones's books include the novels Pilcrow and Cedilla and the memoir Kid Gloves. He reviews books for the London Review of Books and films for the Times Literary Supplement. Kevin Power is a novelist, critic, and assistant professor in literary practice at Trinity College. His first novel, Bad Day in Blackrock (2008), was filmed as What Richard Did (2012), directed by Lenny Abrahamson. The Briena Staunton Visiting Fellowship is an appointment made in alternating years by Trinity College Dublin and Pembroke College, Cambridge, which enables distinguished international writers to spend time writing and working with students in Dublin or Cambridge. The Briena Staunton Visiting Fellowship has been generously endowed by Professor James Meaney, in memory of his aunt, Briena Staunton. Picture credit: Keith King

Venue:
Neill Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub
Trinity College , Dublin 2 East Kilbride

When:
Wed, 20 Mar 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Photo Walk


Come and join our photo walk and enjoy the beauty of nature. Our photo walk is designed to encourage people to get closer to nature and enjoy a day out and capture photos of things that they finds interesting along their way. No experience is required, just you need your camera or mobile phone to capture photos. It is a great way to enjoy a day out with others in nature and take photos of wild flowers, trees, forest, loch, ruins, streams, wildlife or anything else that comes along. It is great opportunity to spend some time in outdoors, meeting new people and share your experience with other. This is a beautiful walk with a short climb to a viewpoint giving superb views over Castle Semple and Barr Lochs en route to the beautifully situated ruins of Collegiate Church. The route is about 6km long but will take approximately 3 hours as we stop and take photos. We will stop for a coffee afterword to share our experience. Meeting point: Castle Semple Visitor Centre, Lochwinnoch, PA12 4EA Date & Time: Sat 30th March at 11:00am Terrain: Aggregate footpaths, narrow woodland paths and metalled cycle path. Please be aware that there is a degree of risk in all outdoor activities. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement. Please ensure you have the appropriate fitness and suitability for this activity and wear appropriate clothing depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

Venue:
Castle Semple Visitor Centre
National Cycle Route 7 Lochwinnoch

When:
Sat, 30 Mar 2019 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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