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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Wimborne


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Wimborne, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The Man in the Wall
10 West Borough Wimborne

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Tree Climbing with The Big Tree Climbing Company


Book for this unique experience at Stourhead. See the world famous landscape from up high with the Big Tree Climbing Company. There are 6 sessions per day with 8 bookable slots in each.

Venue:
Stourhead Estate
High Street Stourton

When:
Sat, 20 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Yeovil


Do you like Mondays? If you do then come along. WHO Anyone who likes what they do. Instead of getting the Monday morning blues you get the Monday morning highs. Your least favourite pop tune should be "I don't like Mondays". WHY Why not? WHERE We meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHEN We meet every Monday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The night finishes whenever.... WHAT What's on? The best banter in Yeovil, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Wear something red. When you see someone in red say "Hello!" RULES Be courteous and wear something red. That's it. ATTEND If you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENT Share your experience on social media using the hashtag #idolikemondays MORE INFO Visit EveryMonday.org and follow us on Instagram @idolikemondays

Venue:
The William Dampier
97 Middle Street Yeovil

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Kingston Lacy House Tickets *July 2019*


Planning to explore the house on your visit? Please pre-book your free timed entry ticket here. There’s plenty to see in this lavish home built to resemble an Italian Palace, from beautifully detailed carvings to intimate family souvenirs. Timed house entry tickets are free. Both members and non-members must have a ticket to visit the house. Normal property admission applies for non-members.

Venue:
Kingston Lacy House
Abbott Street Kingston Lacy

When:
Thu, 18 Jul 2019 11.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Literary Lunch at Leweston


The two-course lunch will be served at 1 pm and members can book a table for up 8 people (incl non-members) at the members' price. Your ticket includes initial drinks.  This years speaker is John Hare. During the 1960s John Hare, spent seven years in one of the remotest areas in Africa on the Nigeria/Cameroon border working for the British and Nigerian governments in an administrative capacity. Then after a career in Publishing as an Associate Director with Macmillan and Hodder and Stoughton, he later returned to Africa to work as Senior Information and Publishing Officer for the United Nations Environment Programme in Nairobi. His practical experience of camels led to his selection to join expeditions in 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999 and 2005 into the Mongolian and Chinese Gobi and the Lop Nur region of Xinjiang Province, China to study and survey the habitat of the critically endangered Wild Camel (Camelus ferus), an animal more endangered than the Giant Panda. In 1995 he was the first foreigner to visit Lop Nur for over 45 years and the first foreigner in recorded history to cross the Gashun Gobi from north to south. In 1999, on an expedition supported by the Royal Geographical Society the expedition members discovered two previously unmapped valleys and a spring holding naïve populations of wildlife and observed 169 wild Bactrian camels. In 1997 John Hare co-founded with Kathryn Rae the UK registered charity, the Wild Camel Protection Foundation (WCPF) and put forward with Chinese scientists, proposals for the establishment of a 155,000 square kilometre Nature Reserve in the former nuclear test area of China, which the Chinese government agreed to and signed on 17 March 2001. It is one of the largest nature reserves in the world. He raised substantial funds for this project from individuals and the Global Environment Fund. The WCPF is the only environmental Foundation in the world solely committed to the conservation and protection of the Wild Camel (Camelus ferus) in its natural desert habitat and also the protection of this unique desert ecosystem. In 2001/2002 John Hare completed a three and a half-month, 1500-mile journey with camels sponsored by National Geographic from Lake Chad to Tripoli to raise awareness for the wild Bactrian camel in China. In spring 2005 he completed an expedition into unexplored regions of the Mongolian Gobi and his team discovered an hitherto unknown freshwater spring and later that year in October/November 2005 he made another expedition to the lost valleys in the nature reserve in China. This latter expedition resulted in the discovery of the use of potassium cyanide by illegal gold miners to extract gold from rock. This had resulted in the extermination of the ‘naïve’ population of wildlife. In 2006 he circumambulated Lake Turkana in Kenya with camels, a 440-mile, six-week journey in temperatures that averaged 45 degrees celsius. This expedition made a crossing of the Ethiopian River Omo with camels. The first time in recorded history that such a crossing had been made. The expedition was made to raise awareness for the critically endangered wild camel in Central Asia, which in 2008 was declared by IUCN (after genetic testing on samples sent to the Veterinary University in Vienna) to be a NEW and SEPARATE species of camel. In 2007 and 2011 he made further expeditions and surveys of research on camels into the Chinese Gobi. John Hare has lectured in the United Kingdom to the Royal Geographical Society (twice), the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (three times) the Royal Society for Asian Affairs (four times), the United Nations, the Great Britain-China Centre, the British Camelid Society, the Scientific Exploration Society, the Grocers’ Livery Company (twice), Exxon Oil and the Reform and Travellers Clubs. He has lectured in the USA to the United Nations, National Geographic Society (twice), the Smithsonian (twice), the Natural History Museum, the Explorer's Club (twice), Shell Houston and the China Institute; to Societies and Institutions in Hong Kong, China and Kenya and to over 120 schools, colleges and universities all over the world. In Mongolia in 2004 the Wild Camel Protection Foundation was instrumental in establishing a captive wild Bactrian camel breeding centre in the buffer zone of the Great Gobi Specially Protected Area ‘A’. This project has proved to be very successful. In 2004 there were 12 captive wild Bactrian camels, in 2016 there are 28. The WCPF has undertaken two successful releases of wild camels bed at the breeding centre – in 2013 and 2015. These camels, some fitted with satellite collars, have all survived and can be tracked on satellite maps. John Hare has published 32 environmental/supplementary readers for primary and secondary school children world-wide. Over 15 have been adopted as reading texts in schools. He has written two language courses for primary and secondary schools and three booklets about the camel and its habitat which have been translated into Chinese, Mongolian and Uighur He has written numerous articles on the wild Bactrian camel and has been published in over 80 magazines and newspapers. He has had a scientific article published in the scientific magazine Oryx on the wild Bactrian camel (1996).

Venue:
Leweston School
A352 Sherborne

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 12.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Glow Worm Event


Glow Worm Training Day (including night walk and facilities for optional overnight camping - bring your own tent, food and refreshments) Hambledon Hill NNR is owned and managed by the National Trust https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hambledon-hill  is a stunning example of an Iron Age Hillfort and is  set within spectacular chalk grassland, designated as an NNR and is host to the Glow worm Lampyris noctiluca amongst many other species including both the Chalk hill blue, Adonis blue and the Great green bush cricket.  Not to mention the outstanding views of the Dorset countryside which can be enjoyed across the Blackmore Vale and beyond (on clear days). Come and explore and learn about the ecology of the Glow worm, its habitat and enjoy the night-time privilege of being high up on one of Southern England’s top Iron Age Hillforts with NT Ranger Clive Whitbourn. Please bring a torch, waterproofs and wear stout footwear as the terrain can be challenging. We will meet at Markstone Field at 9pm and head up to Hambledon Hill (which is a very steep climb) for dusk, looking at the flora and fauna and habitat management on the way up. Heading down hill to Markstone Field around 11:30pm to finish. (Camping or departure). Camping will also be included (including motor caravans) at nearby Markstone Field (within walking distance) where a water tap and portaloo will be available. The field will be open from 3pm if you would like to arrive early and pitch your tent. Please note that no open fires are permitted and please bear in mind our neighbours’ houses are close by when gathering socially at night. Themes to be covered:  Principal theme: Glow Worms and their ecology, chalk grassland flora and fauna, grazing/ habitat management within Hambledon Hill NNR. Additional themes: Archaeology, Archaeological repairs, Landscape and Countryside Management. Social event. If camping, please please bring supper, and breakfast for the following morning, drinks and snacks. Location:  Hambledon Hill NNR (camping in nearby Markstone Field), Markstone Field location: GR: ST83856 12293, off Duck Street, Child Okeford, Blandford Forum (close to Markstone Cottages, nearest postcode DT11 8ET). Grid Reference: ST: 83820 12216 for gated entrance to Markstone Field. Please click on https://www.google.com/maps/@50.9094195,-2.2309707,157m/data=!3m1!1e3 for a satellite map of Markstone Field. Please bear in mind that this event is weather dependant and significantly poor weather may result in cancellation. Additionally, Glow worm numbers fluctuate year on year: fingers crossed we find plenty!  

Venue:
Hambledon Hill NNR
Markstone field, Duck Street , Child, Okeford, Blandford Forum

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 3.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


TALK: By Artists-in-Residence Sonia Leber & David Chesworth


From 26 June this year Sonia Leber and David Chesworth will be the first artists-in-residence at Messums Wiltshire. During their five week residency the artists will create work in response to the thirteenth century tithe barn and it's surroundings to be exhibited as part of the Image show in 2020. Sonia Leber and David Chesworth are known for their distinctive installation artworks, using video, sound, architecture, and public participation. Developed through expansive research in places undergoing social change, Leber and Chesworth's works are speculative and archaeological, responding to architectural, social, and technological settings. Their highly detailed, conceptual videoworks emerge from the real, but exist significantly in the realm of the imaginary. Sonia Leber and David Chesworth's artwork has been shown extensively internationally at exhibitions and Biennales as well as in their home country of Australia. The talk will be hosted by Fiona Gruber, a Melbourne and London-based arts journalist, essayist, broadcaster and radio documentary maker. She’s written on the arts for many of the major Australian and UK newspapers and art journals including the Australian, Art World Australia, the Guardian and the Times Literary Supplement. Her work for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National includes a ten part series, Australian Portraits and Art After Death, a look at how the art world deals with the legacy of artists and their works. In 2018 she made the documentary “Creative Couple; Sonia Leber and David Chesworth.” about Messums Wiltshire’s 2019 artists in residence. Join us for supper in the Mess Restaurant after the talk to meet the artists.

Venue:
Place Farm
Court Street Tisbury

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Dan Clarke returns to Blandford


International spiritual medium Dan Clarke is back for yet another amazing evening of mediumship by poplar demand please do not miss out on this opportunity to see one of the U.k’s top leading mediums . Dan was one of the youngest full time professional mediums he started doing reading’s at just 6 years old and has had the gift of spirit communication from birth Dan is from a very long line of psychic mediums through out his family  and time and time again he has shown thousands of people all over the world that their loved one’s are still with them and are watching over us with a unique and scarily accurate message with unbelievable detail . Dan’s wish is to prove to the world without a shadow of doubt that the soul not only survives but it flourishes and our loved one’s are with us and that they are safe and we will all one day meet again  Come and see why Dan Clarke is renowned by reputation 

Venue:
Blandford Parish Church
Market Place Blandford Forum

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Hands on Butchery


DESCRIPTION The hands-on butchery day at the Empire Farm is a very popular course and early booking is strongly advised. On this full day course you learn butchering skills so you can deal with your own meat. At the start of the day, you are provided with half a pig, and you work you way through the meat, butchering it under the guidance of our expert tutor. We end the day with a short sausage-making session, making use of all of the offcuts of meat produced during the butchery. If time permits, we will also cure some bacon. There are just 4 butchery places available on this course, so you get excellent supervision from our experienced butcher. The course offers exceptional value as you get to pack up and take home all the meat you have butchered and your batch of sausages, easily worth £150 if you had to buy it all in a supermarket. Observers – we can accommodate a couple of additional people on this course, either as observers or as a ‘second person’ working on the same piece of meat as one of the people paying the full price. There is a small fee of £50 to cover this. As few people have asked if they can bring their own pork to butcher which is possible, but please check with the office first and obviously there is a different pricing structure. TAGS Things To Do In Templecombe Course Food & Drink SHARE WITH FRIENDS Facebook Facebook Messenger LinkedIn Twitter email  

Venue:
Empire Farm
Throop Road Templecombe

When:
Sat, 20 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


North Dorset 7s 2019


North Dorset RFCs annual 7s rugby tournament, 7s rugby, music, camping, beer, cocktails, and much more to step into summer

Venue:
North Dorset Rugby Football Club
Longbury Hill Lane Gillingham

When:
Sat, 20 Jul 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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