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IWA Peterborough Canal Cleanup

IWA Peterborough Branch – Work parties clearing vegetation on Horseways Channel and carrying out maintenance of Horseways Lock. 10am to 3pm - twice a month. Personal Protective clothing and tools are provided but it is advisable to wear sturdy footwear and warm clothing. Hot drinks are provided in the branch gazebo. As there are no facilities nearby you are advised to bring a packed lunch. Access is via, and by permission of, Allpress Farms, Byall Fen Drove (B1093), PE16 6XQ. For further information please contact David Venn: [email protected]           Please contact organiser before you attend a Canal Clean-up in case arrangements have been changed. 

PE16 6XQ

Wed, 24 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

CPCS Roadshow: 17 July, Peterborough

CPCS - Developed with industry for industry We want to talk to you about your experiences with CPCS and how we can improve further. We’ll be sharing our plans for the scheme including future development, quality assurance and demonstrating our new systems. If you know of a colleague that would like to attend please feel free to share the link to this page with them (this is restricted to 2 colleagues per Test Centre). This will not be your only opportunity to talk with us, so please do not be discouraged if you cannot make the event. Registration opens at 9.30 am with refreshments being served on arrival. The event will start at 10.00am and finish at approximately 3 pm. A buffet lunch will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there.

Premier Inn Peterborough Norman Cross A1M J16
Jct 16 A1M Norman Cross

Wed, 17 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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Emergency First Aid at Work Peterborough, Norman Cross

Where an organisation’s risk assessment of First Aid needs identifies that there is a requirement for Emergency First Aid at Work practitioners,then this national Award in Emergency First Aid at Work satisfies the requirements of the regulatory body for First Aid - the Health and SafetyExecutive (HSE).All learners will have the skills and knowledge to provide the organisation with Emergency First Aider’s that can provide treatment to theircasualties in a prompt, safe and effective manner.DurationA minimum of six contact hours in the classroom, consisting of practical and theoretical activities, plus some pre-course activity couldbe required.SyllabusA range of subjects are covered including:-• Responsibilities and reporting • Resuscitation and AED awareness • Burns• Assessment of the situation • Anatomy • Choking• Dealing with an unresponsive casualty • Minor injuries • Epilepsy• Basic hygiene in First Aid • Bleeding control • Shock Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work One day course. Buffet Lunch included. All courses are subject to a minimum number of delegates booking on to the course. If they number is not achieved, you will be offered a refund or transfer of course date.

Premier Inn Peterborough Norman Cross A1M J16
Jct 16 A1M Norman Cross

Thu, 18 Jul 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Great Whyte Tunnels

Join Clive Beeve for a talk on the hidden river running through the centre of Ramsey, an evening of industrial archaeology which will make you see the street under your feet in a whole different light!

Ramsey Library
25 Great Whyte Ramsey

Thu, 18 Jul 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Jigsaw Discovery Tool- Enabling Business Success

Who should attend? Managers, Business owners, L&D consultants, Or anyone who is interested in Increasing self-awareness Enhancing personal and professional effectiveness Enabling Business Success   Programme overview The relationship between self-awareness and business success Personality v Behaviour – why it is important to focus on behaviours The Jigsaw Discovery Experience and personal profiling Causes of workplace struggles and stress How you can be your most effective What kind of leader will enable you to flourish Overcoming communication challenges What will you take away? Personal Jigsaw Behavioural Profile Higher level of self-awareness Understanding of how to be your most effective Insights into enabling colleagues to flourish  

Premier Inn Peterborough Norman Cross A1M J16
Jct 16 A1M Norman Cross

Thu, 18 Jul 2019 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Discover Warboys Archaeology

Over the winter months Warboys Archaeology Group and Oxford Archaeology East (OAE) were excavating at Warboys prior to some new houses being built.  The excavation has taken the heritage of Warboys back to the Romano British period and possibly before.  A wonderful chance for the public to come along and see what the archaeologists have discovered! Meet the team involved and have fun with some hands on family activities. Drop in anytime between 10-2.

The Methodist Church
35 High Street Warboys

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

My Persian Kitchen Guest Chef at 68 Market Street, Ely

Bringing traditional & modern Persian fare to Cambridge and now to the exciting new restaurant in Ely, 68 Market Street, My Persian Kitchen are coming to 68 at their first ever 'Guest Chef nights'.  My Persian Kitchen is a shared dining experience concept created by Sirous V Naderi & Abigail Plet. Through his dishes, Sirous hopes to take his guests on a journey to Iran, helping them discover quintessential fragrant Persian flavours, interpreted in a style familiar to him. We ensure the best quality, freshest ingredients in our dishes, supplemented whenever possible with homegrown seasonal herbs and vegetables. Friday 19th July and 20th July 2019, table bookings from 6.30pm to 9.00pm Set discovery menu of 1 Appetizer, 3 Starters, 1 Main & 1 Dessert £25 per person The £5 booking deposit will be deducted from your final bill (there is a 98p non refundable Eventbrite booking fee) Merci! APPETISER (Vegan,GF) ZEYTOON PARVANDEH Delicious blend of green olives marinated with a walnut, herb & pomegranate sauce (Contains nuts) STARTERS (V) PANIR SAZBI Platter of fresh herbs, walnuts, radishes & feta cheese (V) MAAST-0-ARTISH A dip made with thick strained yogurt, fresh artichokes, garlic, mint & lemon juice (V, GF) KASHK-E-BADENJAN Fried aubergine and tomato dip with caramelised onions, mint & whey Served with warm flat bread MAINS SAFFRON CHICKEN SALAD Saffron rice, marinated turmeric chicken, rocket, cucumber, tomatoes, red onion & pomegranate with a fresh mint & lemon dressing Or (Vegan, GF) GHEYMEH BADEMJAN Yellow split peas in a tomato sauce flavoured with dried lime sauce, topped with roasted aubergines & tender okra, served with saffron rice DESSERTS PISTACHIO & RASPBERRY CHEESECAKE A Persian inspired cheesecake, served with raspberry puree, topped with pomegranate & sliced pistachios Or CREME BRULE Vanilla crème brule, served with summer berries House Rules: We ask you to arrive hungry! When? Friday 19th July and 20th July, table bookings from 6.30pm to 9.00pm What? A discovery menu offering a taste of traditional & modern Persian food Where? 68 Market Street, Ely, CB7 4LS How much? £25 per person for set menu of 1 Appetizer, 3 Starters, 1 Main & 1 Dessert* The £5 booking deposit will be deducted from your final bill (there is a 98p Eventbrite booking fee) *Please choose your menu option, book the appropriate ticket & email us to let us know if you want meat or vegetarian main course options or if you have any special dietary requirements and what time you'd like to arrive! FAQs Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? [email protected] 07580 801905 

68 Market Street

Sat, 20 Jul 2019 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Photons from the Night

Come and celebrate the 50th Anniversary (to the day) of the first landing on the Moon, with an evening of entertaining and thought-provoking poetry by two late Cambridge scientists: Rebecca Elson and Peter Howard.  Readers: Anne Berkeley and Heather Howard. You are most welcome to bring a favourite short Moon-inspired poem for the Open Mic part of the evening. 7 for 7:30 pm, admission FREE, donations invited for the Arthur Rank Hospice charity. For further details, please see https://www.babylonarts.org.uk/events/view,poetry-photons-of-the-night-babylon-gallery_22368.htm   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? The poetry is best enjoyed if you are 15+ , but you don't have to prove your age. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No.  Your name will appear on the Attendance List and will be ticked by the friendly door steward. What are the restrictions regarding the moon-related poem I am thinking of bringing to the Open Mic? No more than 14 lines, please.   And please sign up early on the night, to secure your slot.  


Sat, 20 Jul 2019 7.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Prospects Unwrapped - "Toy Re-Story" Table Top Sale

We firmly believe all toys deserve to be played with (again and again and again).  We also know that babies, toddlers and children grow and their needs to learn through play change.  To stop a world of wasted playtime and landfills of broken toys why not clear out your toy cupboards, bookshelves and sheds - book a table - and sell on to new families who can re-love your pre-loved toys.  You will be doing your bit for the environment, supporting a local good cause - Prospects Trust Unwrapped AND refilling your wallet for the next play phase.   The entrance to buyers will be free and the cost per sellers pitch is £5 which (minus Eventbrite Fees) will be directly donated to Prospects Trust Unwrapped an exciting new venture coming to Ely.   Refreshments, cakes and raffle tickets will also be on sale during the event as well as a chance to find out more about Prospects Trust Unwrapped.   FAQs   Are there any minimum age requirements to enter the event? The event is free to enter but we do ask that children are accompanied by an adult (over 18).  All stall holders must be booked by an adult and all stalls to be supported by a responsible adult at all times.  What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? For stall holders we can offer a drop off and unload zone at 11am. There is no onsite guaranteed parking and for all buyers we recomend a nice healthy walk to the sale, a bike ride (with basket or panniers for all your new toys) or take a look at the various FREE car parks Ely has to offer: https://www.lighthouse-ely.org/images/bits/Wheretopark.pdf  What can I bring into the event? Stall Holders - You will be given a table plus one chair. You are allowed to use the space in front/under/on top of the table to re-sell your pre-loved toys, childrens books and baby kit. If you are planning on selling more than a table amount please book a double pitch. Buyers - come with plenty of loose change and notes to snap up a bargain, buy a cuppa, a slice of cake or even a raffle ticket or two.  Don't forget to bring your bags to take all your booty home!   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? This is an event run by The Prospects Trust and Prospects Unwrapped - for more details or to contact a member of the team call us on 01638 741551 before the event. www.prospectstrust.org.uk for more details.   Is my pitch transferrable? Yes! We are charging a donation of £5 per pitch which is being donated (minus Eventbrite Fees) to Prospects Trust Unwrapped. If you  have booked a table but cannot attend you may pass on the pitch to a friend or family member - just ensure you pass on your booking confirmation so we can tick you off on our list on the day. Each table will have the name of the lead booking clearly displayed at 11am.  

Prospects Unwrapped @ Lighthouse
13 Lynn Road Ely

Sat, 20 Jul 2019 11.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

I DO LIKE MONDAYS! Free networking event in Wisbech

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 Wisbech, that's what's on. COST It's 100% free and always will be.  DRESS CODE Because it's an unmanned event, 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

The Wheatsheaf Inn
18-22 Church Terrace Wisbech

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

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