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Children's Martial Arts Classes In Hastings


Our Junior and kids martial arts classes are ideal for ages 7 - 14 years and will focus on developing confidence, control, self defence, awareness and fitness. On top of this our Juniors and kids will begin to learn a martial arts system that will grow with them and be there for them all the way into adulthood. These classes are some of our most popular and we run sessions in Hastings that allow parents to train with their children so experiences can be shared and enjoyed.

Venue:
William Parker Academy
Main Sports and Gymnastics Hall , Access Via Park Avenue Hastings

When:
Wed, 18 Sep 2019 5.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Little Ninja Martial Arts Classes In Hastings Age 4 - 7


With our Little Ninjas training programme in Hastings we focus on improving confidence, co-ordination and balance as well as learning martial arts. We also make sure we have loads and loads of fun! Your little one will naturally improve their social skills, make new friends and use up all that excess energy! As we run multiple Ninja martial arts classes each week we can normally accommodate new kids wanting to have a FREE trial lesson so just book up on-line. Get in touch if you have any specific questions for us about the classes or our martial art.

Venue:
William Parker Academy
Main Sports and Gymnastics Hall , Access Via Park Avenue Hastings

When:
Wed, 18 Sep 2019 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Hastings


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 Hastings, 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 John Logie Baird
29–31 Havelock Road Hastings

When:
Mon, 16 Sep 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Ashford


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 Ashford, 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 County Hotel
10 High Street Ashford

When:
Mon, 16 Sep 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Property Tuesdays! Free property networking event in Hastings


Looking for a FREE local and regular property networking event? Look no further. WHOOur attendees are people who are passionate about all things property. So making money from property, interior design, property finance and much more. WHYMeet like minded people to help further develop your property goals and ambitions. WHEREWe meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHENWe meet every Tuesday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The meeting finishes whenever.... WHATDiscuss everything to do with property.  Suitable investment hotspots, current interior design trends, best mortgage rates and much more. COSTIt's 100% free and always will be. DRESS CODEBecause it's an unmanned event wear something green. When you see someone wearing green at the right hand side of the main bar say "Hello!" RULESBe courteous and wear something green. That's it. ATTENDIf you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENTShare your experience on social media using the hashtag #propertytuesdays MORE INFOVisit propertytuesdays.co.uk and follow us on Instagram @propertytuesdays OUR SPONSORThis event is sponsored by Ahuja Holdings. Learn how you can make money selling property deals.

Venue:
The John Logie Baird, 29–31 Havelock Road
Hastings

When:
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Property Tuesdays! Free property networking event in Folkestone


Looking for a FREE local and regular property networking event? Look no further. WHOOur attendees are people who are passionate about all things property. So making money from property, interior design, property finance and much more. WHYMeet like minded people to help further develop your property goals and ambitions. WHEREWe meet at the right hand side of the main bar. WHENWe meet every Tuesday of course. Get there between 7pm and 7.30pm. The meeting finishes whenever.... WHATDiscuss everything to do with property.  Suitable investment hotspots, current interior design trends, best mortgage rates and much more. COSTIt's 100% free and always will be. DRESS CODEBecause it's an unmanned event wear something green. When you see someone wearing green at the right hand side of the main bar say "Hello!" RULESBe courteous and wear something green. That's it. ATTENDIf you want to attend you have to reserve your free ticket for every attendee. AFTER THE EVENTShare your experience on social media using the hashtag #propertytuesdays MORE INFOVisit propertytuesdays.co.uk and follow us on Instagram @propertytuesdays OUR SPONSORThis event is sponsored by Ahuja Holdings. Learn how you can make money selling property deals.

Venue:
The Samuel Peto, 23 Rendezvous Street
Folkestone

When:
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rye Networking Over Coffee - Launch


A Networking meeting of The Marsh Network - Rye Networking Over Coffee Are you a business, social enterprise, charity or community group? Do you want to make new connections in Rye, East Sussex and Romney Marsh and surrounding area? Do you want to discuss opportunities or problems with like minded people? Would you like some support and ideas from others? Would you like to find new customers and businesses to collaborate with?  We ask for a £5 meeting fee, collected in cash on the day, this will be allocated to a local charity and towards venue and group running costs. Receipts are available on the day. Join us at this fast growing business group at the Kings Head Inn where parking will be available along with refreshments.  This is the launch meeting of Rye Networking Over Coffee, our Romney Marsh coffee meeting regularly has over 20 organisations who attend, and we are aiming for a similar result in Rye. Join us for relaxed no pressure networking  and bring plenty of business cards or information with you. See you there Terry Botfield

Venue:
The Kings Head Inn
Rye Road Rye

When:
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Nadine Searle introduces some simple techniques for a calmer life


Nadine Searle will introduce some simple ideas and techniques to help you achieve a calmer life

Venue:
Bannatyne Spa Hotel, Hastings
Battle Road Hastings

When:
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Crowdfund East Sussex - Hastings Workshop


Interested in finding out more about crowdfunding? Crowdfunder UK are running a workshop on Tuesday 17th September with our partners at East Sussex County Council. This will be an interactive session suitable for charities, community groups and organisations in East Sussex who are working on a project and want to find out more about this method of fundraising. We will also talk about the extra funding available for projects in East Sussex via Crowdfunder and how projects can access this. Topics to be covered: What is crowdfunding? Crowdfund East Sussex Benefits of crowdfunding What makes a good crowdfunding project? Why do people pledge? How to create a Crowdfunder project Three steps to success Accessing advice and support Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis so please book your spot early. Registration will be available from 09:30am, so that we can start promptly at 10:00am. Please notify us if there are any adjustments you require in order to participate fully at the event, and we will do our best to meet those requirements where possible. Crowdfund East Sussex We're in East Sussex helping to make great ideas happen through a combination of expert crowdfunding coaching, events and grants. Crowdfund East Sussex is for everyone with an idea that builds stronger communities in East Sussex. If you’re a not-for-profit organisation benefiting the people of East Sussex you can get support from people who back your project. Find out more at: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/east-sussex

Venue:
East Sussex College Hastings
Station Plaza Hastings

When:
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Developing resilience through play - Wednesday 18 September 2019 - Hastings Resilience Forum


Resilience Forum for ANYBODY (with a pulse!) involved with or interested in resilience research Topic: Developing resilience through play - Chris Smethurst and Becky Edwards Date: Wednesday 18 September 2019 Time: 4.15pm for a 4.30pm start to 6pm Location: Main hall,The Baird Primary Academy, Parker Road, Hastings, TN34 3TH Session Summary: “Resilience,” has become a buzzword throughout education, early years and children’s services. It underpins the growing focus on health and well-being for children of all ages with the growing expectation that teachers and professionals will include the development of resilience as part of the support and education they offer. Research shows that resilience is neither a rare trait (Bonnano 2004) nor unusual (Masten 2014), but for children today it is often masked by the anxiety and stress caused by growing up in a fast-paced digital age where concepts of “being, becoming and belonging,” (Wilcock 1999) have been superceded by concepts of “doing,” (Wilcock 1999), “busyness,” (Hochschild 2000), popularity and social acceptance. As professionals it is possible to promote resilience in the children we work with (Fletcher and Sarkar, 2012), play is an integral part of this process. Child development theorists understand that play is the way children learn to make sense of the world around them (Vygotsky 1978, Bruner 1976, Moyles 1991, Bruce 1991) but it is also a powerful and simple tool which can be used to support the development of resilience. This workshop will provide practical strategies, underpinned by theories and concepts, to support the development of resilience through play in children and young people. Biography: Chris Smethurst is co-director of the Institute of Education Health and Social Sciences at the University of Chichester. With a background in social work, community work and youth work, Chris has had an interest in the area of ‘resilience’ for the past 20 years. Initially focused on workforce stress and emotional labour, Chris began delivering resilience sessions because he felt these issues had been neglected in professional training programmes. He soon discovered that the ideas he discussed appeared to have resonance for a range of professionals and, perhaps unsurprisingly, carers, parents, children and individuals facing a range of adversities. Chris hopes that the work he does in this area is grounded in practicality and focused on the real experiences of real people. Becky Edwards is a lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Chichester. Becky is a qualified primary school teacher, specialising in working with children with special educational needs and disability, with a particular focus on children with ASD, has run a Children’s Centre, taught in nurseries in America and Germany and is an award-winning children's author. After completing a module on resilience for her MA, Becky quickly realised the potential for developing resilience through play. She began to introduce this idea into the workshops she delivers at early years conferences and as professional development training in settings. Becky combines key concepts of resilience with practical ideas for play activities, giving practitioners tools to use with the children and young people they work with. Chris and Becky have been running resilience workshops and trainings together for the past two years. They hope that their interactive session will be informative, interesting and entertaining. No prior knowledge necessary. Who might be most interested: Academics, practitioners, researchers, students, parents, carers, community workers, volunteers, public sector workers and young people. Travel information: The closest train station is Ore which is around a 10 minute walk from the school. Hastings train station is around a 30 minute walk. Bus routes 20, 22, 28, stop in Ore. There will be parking for approximately 20 cars in the main car park – available on a first come, first served basis (dependant on staff and after school activities). The car park is accessed via Parker Road. We would advise car shares where possible as there will be limited parking available in the surrounding residential streets. If you like what you see and you want more, More, MORE, why not subscribe to our mailing list? You’ll receive our email newsletter with details of our upcoming Resilience Forums, training and other events, news and resources (most of which are free!), and any other products and services that might be of interest. This is a web-based service and it is very easy to subscribe, unsubscribe or update your email address at any time.Sign up here. The Resilience Forum is for ANYBODY (with a pulse!) involved with or interested in resilience research   Header photo by Skitterphoto from Pexels

Venue:
Main hall, The Baird Primary Academy
Parker Road Hastings

When:
Wed, 18 Sep 2019 4.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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