Sep 04, 2019 9:30 AM

An introduction to the Principles, Spirit and Skills of Motivational Interviewing. FREE for all General Practice Nurses.

Aug 28, 2019 7:00 PM

Join us for the launch of Greenford Quay's stunning new apartments. Just 30 minutes from Central London.

Aug 31, 2019 1:00 PM

Ladies Clothes Swap: £5, 1-4pm, bring 5 items of clothing, accessories or homewares to swap for 5 new items + talks + workshops!

Sep 04, 2019 7:00 PM

Join I AND ME and SALT Textiles for an exploration of colour using natural dyes. Over the evening you’ll gain practical insight into the slow processes used in dyeing your own tee’s, experiencing how slow methods of making sit in relation to today’s current fast-fashion culture. Working with one of I AND ME’s cotton t-shirts you’ll learn about the basics of natural dyeing, including natural fibres, mordants, how to create natural dyes at home and simple tie-dye techniques. There will be 1:1 guidance with Jordan, founder of SALT, and you’ll take home you’re own naturally dyed I AND ME t-shirt. There will be drinks and snacks to enjoy on the evening. All materials and an I AND ME t-shirt included in the workshop cost.  * Limited spaces available. ABOUT I AND ME  I AND ME is a denim and lifestyle brand based in East London, UK. Founded on the primary aim of delivering contemporary solutions for both men and women, I AND ME surpasses seasonal trends by developing garments to withstand the test of time. I AND ME produces limited runs of sustainably made, responsibly sourced premium denim and lifestyle with a key focus on fabrication and function. Each piece is designed and produced to love and wear forever. www.i-and-me.com @_iandme_ ABOUT SALT Founded by Jordan Storm Louise, SALT Textiles is a multidisciplinary project exploring conscious materials and slow processes. Through materials SALT questions our relationship with objects; how they are made, how they are used and our respect for the processes behind them. www.salt-textiles.com @salt_textiles

Aug 26, 2019 6:30 PM

About the classA weekly 1-hour slow flow hatha yoga class combining long holds, nice wiggly movements to work out any kinks, breathing techniques and deep rest, leaving you feeling calm, refreshed and at home within yourself, whilst still working up a bit of a sweat. A great way to end your Monday, and begin the rest of your week! My guarantee: a full refund if you don’t love your first class – no questions asked These are small classes in a friendly environment. All levels, all bodies, all backgrounds are welcome.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Help the planet 1 tree planted for every person who attends each class   5% profits to animal and environmental charities  Currently charities are Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and World Land Trust ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ £10 each class instead of £12.50 with a 4-class pass4-class passes can be booked here. Classes are held at The BRIGHT StoreAn ethical lifestyle store and coffee shop. Come down early if you want to enjoy great coffee with some of London's best vegan treats, or stock up on low impact life essentials. Bring your yoga matPlease make sure that you bring a yoga mat with you. If you don’t have a mat please email me at [email protected] and I’ll do my best to arrange one for you. Full Terms and Conditions can be found here. Find out more about Living Green Yoga and The BRIGHT Store.

Aug 26, 2019 6:30 PM

4-class passes - £10 each class instead of £12.50 When you purchase a 4-class pass, I’ll give you your pass at the first class you attend. Please bring this pass to each class and make sure that you attend all 4 classes within an 8 week period. Single classes can be booked here.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Help the planet 1 tree planted for every person who attends each class 5% profits to animal and environmental charities Currently charities are Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and World Land Trust ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~About the classA weekly 1-hour slow flow hatha yoga class combining long holds, nice wiggly movements to work out any kinks, breathing techniques and deep rest, leaving you feeling calm, refreshed and at home within yourself, whilst still working up a bit of a sweat. A great way to end your Monday, and begin the rest of your week! These are small classes in a friendly environment. All levels, all bodies, all backgrounds are welcome. Classes are held at The BRIGHT StoreAn ethical lifestyle store and coffee shop. Come down early if you want to enjoy great coffee with some of London's best vegan treats, or stock up on low impact life essentials. Bring your yoga matPlease make sure that you bring a yoga mat with you. If you don’t have a mat please email me at [email protected] and I’ll do my best to arrange one for you.  Full Terms and Conditions can be found here. Find out more about Living Green Yoga and The BRIGHT Store.

Sep 07, 2019 10:30 AM

Our plant based batch cooking workshops helps by showing participants how to batch cook for a healthy lifestyle and best of all you leave with food portioned out in advance for a hectic week. Whether you’re a couple, cooking for yourself or a small family, this workshop will help you pick up hints and tips to get organised and beat the lunchtime queues. Working with our Cook & Eat team you’ll be taught a range of dishes you can batch cook with ease. Using a combination of demonstrations, group work and individual work, the session time is 3.5 hours giving you plenty of time to learn and interact with fellow participants. Class snapshot - here’s what to expect in your class: - A complimentary glass of wine - Soft drinks throughout to keep you going - Approachable and welcoming host team - Clear and easy to understand demonstration - A true understanding of batch cooking techniques - Plenty of food to take home - Hands-on class with great tips, shortcuts and group discussions - Recipes handed out in class and emailed to your inbox - All facilities, equipment and ingredients are included Skills and Knowledge acquired: - Confidence making and storing plant based meals on your own - Ability to improve your own recipes, meal prep techniques and be creative and organised - Ability to prepare food, avoiding the usual pitfalls and using good quality, easily accessible ingredients - Make enough food to eat for 5-7 meals or freeze Our classes typically vary with the seasons but include making a selection of food from our chef favourites and from the list below: Hummus, South East Asian style curries, flatbread, soups, raw berry tarts etc. Address: Food Tech Room, Prendergast Vale College, Elmira Street, London SE13 7BN This class is also available for private groups, contact us by email [email protected] for more information. Buying a class as a gift? If you want to buy a class as a present but can’t think of a specific date then you can buy a voucher that is redeemable within 12 months from our voucher shop https://greenwichpantry.giftpro.co.uk/  FAQs  Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? All attendees must be 16 or over except for Child & Parent cooking classes or where accompanied by a responsible adult. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Parking is available in nearby streets with a limited number of free parking spaces on Silver Road off Elmira Street. The nearest station is Lewisham served by National Rail and DLR. A member of our team will be present to meet and greet at the main gate before start times. What can/can't I bring to the event? Aprons and cooking equipment is provided. Please bring your own containers to take your food home with you. Alternatively, you may prepay for packaging which we provide. More information is provided in your joining instructions email that will be sent to you 48hrs prior to the class. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? Call or text Greenwich Pantry on 07943 561 351 and by email [email protected] Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes - they are but the purchaser needs to contact our team to let us know who will be receiving the ticket. Conditions may apply. Can I update my registration information? Yes, in most cases but if in doubt please email [email protected] Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes, it is preferable although proof of purchase is more important. What is the refund policy? Tickets are non-refundable but they are transferable. You may use your ticket to attend another Greenwich Pantry event. Conditions may apply.

Sep 04, 2019 6:30 PM

Isla Suddek presents: Become A Storyteller And Captivate Group Conversations Ever wondered what it would be like to feel heard in group conversations? Are you struggling to speak-up at social events and in meetings? Do you find yourself shying away from talking about yourself? LEARN the key elements to storytelling in conversation and transforming your everyday moments into captivating stories as a busy professional, shy person, introvert, techie, solo entrepreneur or expat. Knowing how to talk in groups can be an invaluable tool to any Londoner looking to connect with new people at parties and networking events. The practise of storytelling can improve your creativity and self-expression, and as a result, increase the amount of ideas you share in meetings, boost your mood when talking to new people about your day and improve the quality of your connections. How does it work? After group introductions, there will be an educational talk on creativity and storytelling structures, then a group discussion to follow. In the second half, the space becomes your SocialLab where you can practise what you’ve just learnt through guided exercises. Here you can speak freely, create new conversations, gain feedback and improve your skills. Can't make this one? There are more SocialLab Workshops coming up. Check out our events page to join the next one: www.islasuddek.com/workshops Here’s what else you’ll experience at the SocialLab: Practical tips to apply to your real-life conversations Practise your social skills with a friendly, welcoming group  Access to a like-minded community of Londoners learning to be socially free A new perspective on how to improve your interactions at work, at home, with friends and strangers This workshop is NOT designed to… Solve everyone’s challenges in one evening. This is an introduction to Isla’s social skills training and it invites you to enjoy the growth journey in the present, not the destination in the future.  Replace any form of therapy or counselling  These events are not psychological counselling, relationship counselling nor any other type of counselling or therapy sessions. If you feel you need professional counselling or therapy, it is your responsibility to seek the help of a licensed professional.  What people say about Isla's SocialLabs: ~ ‘I’ve already been putting the techniques you covered at the workshop to the test! I was carrying home some leftover cookies that I made for a charity bake sale and saw someone eyeing them up. So I seized the moment to start a conversation and he gave me a donation for the charity. It was great!’ - Nicole ~ ‘Isla has a unique ability to make you feel as if you're the only one in the room and tailors her messaging so that you can easily relate and understand her work. Her passion is infectious!’ - Hassan ~ ‘Hi Isla, I would like to thank you so much for providing me with the tools to overcome my own social anxiety so that I can achieve my career ambition’ - Alex ~ ‘I’ve drawn real comfort from being with a group of likeminded people who are sharing the same experience and the same objective to feel socially more confident.’ - Mike Kellner Doors open at 6.15pm - event starts at 6.40pm sharp. Isla Suddek Coaching runs weekly SocialLabs, monthly Conversations On Your Terms 2 Day Trainings and the Living In Social Freedom  3-month Programme. If you have a bigger vision for yourself and want to achieve your goals through the power of social skills then come along and learn how to take your conversations to the next level. Let’s connect:  I know these workshops can be a new experience for some attendees. Please reach out to find out how to get the most out of your evening: [email protected] Tickets: £10 early bird / £15 on-the-day bird Looking forward to having you join us on the night.  Warmly, Isla x Let’s be friends online: www.islasuddek.com www.facebook.com/islasuddek www.meetup.com/The-Social-Skills-HUB-For-greater-offline-connections Venue Sponsor: WeWork A workspace, community, and services for a global network of creators. Whether you’re an established enterprise or a growing start-up, WeWork offers spaces that inspire meaningful and impactful work. From focused offices to personalised headquarters, WeWork offers 10 years of design and operational expertise to create soulful spaces that match your needs. https://www.wework.com/en-GB/why-wework

Aug 29, 2019 12:00 PM

Your CSA/Farm Box has arrived! Now what?? If you're like many of us, you've made the amazing decision to get a regular CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) box but often feel overwhelmed by what to do with all of the ingredients.  Or maybe you've been on the fence about signing up, they can seem intimidating at first! Or perhaps you had one in the past but got tired of asking the same questions... What do I do with two small beets? How come I never use these amazing herbs? What's the best way to store these carrots? What if it arrives and I have plans for the next few nights? If you regularly wish that you made better use of your delicious, in-season, locally grown produce you won't want to miss this quick but jam-packed class! Join Emma Malina of Basking in Goodness and Carolyn Givens of Something Good Organics/John Givens Farm for a fun and informative lunch & learn at the Impact Hub Funk Zone where we'll break-down the ins and outs of this weeks farm box and give you loads of tips and tricks to make certain you fully use each and every ingredient, even if you have no use or desire for it right now!  In one hour, we'll cover: A little background on what a CSA is and the benefits for farmers, the planet and consumers alike. Eat locally and seasonally all while supporting your community. What to do when your box arrives - cleaning, trimming, storing and prepping. Tips and tricks for meal planning and creative solutions to an overabundance of certain items. Freezing, canning, make-ahead meals, food prep & pantry staples. Food waste and how to help combat it. Walk away with simple and delicious recipes for making the most of in-season produce. Eat a really delicious and nutritious plant-based lunch! Food has the power to fuel us or fight us and when we provide ourselves with better options, we make better choices. Space limited to 15 participants $5 Impact Hub member / $10 non-member About the Instructors: Emma Malina, founder of Basking in Goodness, is a Health Coach & Food Literacy Educator specializing in Plant-based Nutrition Education & Cooking Classes. Emma is certified in Plant-based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies at Cornell, is a licensed Food for Life Instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and a certified Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Originally from Santa Barbara, Emma spent 32 years in London, Boston & NYC before coming home with her own family in tow.  After 2+ decades of working in the film, music, hospitality and real estate industries she finally came to terms with her own persistent health issues and dealt with them head-on. Through this journey, she found that a whole food plant-based lifestyle was the missing link to health and now supports individuals, families and those dealing with, or affected by, chronic disease who are ready to make long-term and sustainable changes to their health and wellbeing. Carolyn Givens is the manager of Something Good Organics, the CSA arm of John Givens Farm. Certified Organic for over 25 years their produce is the gold standard in Santa Barbara County! Carolyn is a farmer, wife, mama and all-round plant-powered goddess!!

Aug 28, 2019 6:30 PM

Isla Suddek presents: Overcome Awkward Silences and Keep Your Conversations Going Do you find yourself stuck in awkward silences unsure where to go next? Are you running out of things to say? Ever wondered what it would be like to introduce new topics and lead your conversations? LEARN the top techniques to overcoming awkward silences and keeping your conversations flowing as a busy professional, shy person, introvert, techie, solo entrepreneur or expat. Knowing how to overcome an awkward pause in a conversation whilst introducing new topics and ideas is key to keeping your conversations free-flow and building meaningful connections with the people you meet. Awkward silences can get the best of us into a negative mindset where we no longer feel we have anything to contribute. Yet we each hold unique experiences of the world and have years of memories and thoughts to share in a conversation. This workshop will focus on helping you develop empowering self-talk and provide you with tools you can use in your next conversations to always have something to say. How does it work? After group introductions, there will be an educational talk on the theory behind conversational structures and a group discussion to follow. In the second half, the space becomes your SocialLab where you can practise what you’ve just learnt through guided exercises and comedic group games. Here you can speak freely, create new conversations, gain feedback and improve your skills.  This workshop is an introduction to the content you will learn on our upcoming 2 Day Training: Start Conversations On Your Terms & Build Your Offline Network on 24-25th August.  Can't make this one? There are more SocialLab Workshops coming up. Check out our events page to join the next one: www.islasuddek.com/workshops Here’s what else you’ll experience at the SocialLab: Practical tips to apply to your real-life conversations Practise your social skills with a friendly, welcoming group  Access to a like-minded community of Londoners learning to be socially free A new perspective on how to improve your interactions at work, at home, with friends and strangers This workshop is NOT designed to… Solve everyone’s challenges in one evening. This is an introduction to Isla’s social skills training and it invites you to enjoy the growth journey in the present, not the destination in the future.  Replace any form of therapy or counselling  These events are not psychological counselling, relationship counselling nor any other type of counselling or therapy sessions. If you feel you need professional counselling or therapy, it is your responsibility to seek the help of a licensed professional.  What people say about Isla's SocialLabs: ~ ‘I’ve already been putting the techniques you covered at the workshop to the test! I was carrying home some leftover cookies that I made for a charity bake sale and saw someone eyeing them up. So I seized the moment to start a conversation and he gave me a donation for the charity. It was great!’ - Nicole ~ ‘Isla has a unique ability to make you feel as if you're the only one in the room and tailors her messaging so that you can easily relate and understand her work. Her passion is infectious!’ - Hassan ~ ‘Hi Isla, I would like to thank you so much for providing me with the tools to overcome my own social anxiety so that I can achieve my career ambition’ - Alex ~ ‘I’ve drawn real comfort from being with a group of likeminded people who are sharing the same experience and the same objective to feel socially more confident.’ - Mike Kellner Doors open at 6.15pm - event starts at 6.40pm sharp. Isla Suddek Coaching runs weekly SocialLabs, monthly Conversations On Your Terms 2 Day Trainings and the Living In Social Freedom  3-month Programme. If you have a bigger vision for yourself and want to achieve your goals through the power of social skills then come along and learn how to take your conversations to the next level. Let’s connect:  I know these workshops can be a new experience for some attendees. Please reach out to find out how to get the most out of your evening: [email protected] Tickets: £10 early bird / £15 on-the-day bird Looking forward to having you join us on the night.  Warmly, Isla x Let’s be friends online: www.islasuddek.com www.facebook.com/islasuddek www.meetup.com/The-Social-Skills-HUB-For-greater-offline-connections Venue Sponsor: WeWork A workspace, community, and services for a global network of creators. Whether you’re an established enterprise or a growing start-up, WeWork offers spaces that inspire meaningful and impactful work. From focused offices to personalised headquarters, WeWork offers 10 years of design and operational expertise to create soulful spaces that match your needs. https://www.wework.com/en-GB/why-wework

Aug 29, 2019 6:30 PM

Seminar: Understanding the Microbial Endocrine System Sponsored by: Microbiome Labs UK Hosted by: ANP/Microbiome Labs UK                Accredited by ANP: CPD’s 2.5hrs Note about this Event: This is a health practitioner only event (Naturopaths, nutritionists, herbalists, osteopaths, acupuncturist, functional medicine Practitioners or students of these listed modalities). This seminar is not open to members of the public. Date: Thursday August 29th Location: College of Naturopathic Medicine, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm Understanding the Microbial Endocrine System The gut microbiome is now considered a virtual endocrine organ that interacts directly and indirectly with the rest of the body. A healthy microbiome leads to healthy hormone balance, but many factors can disrupt this balance leading ultimately to chronic disease. Learn how the microbial endocrine system impacts the health of your clients and what you can do to bring that delicate system into balance.  On successful completion of this seminar, practitioners will be able to: Describe how the gut microbiome impacts hormone production List bacteria that produce specific hormones Explain how gut dysbiosis can lead to hormonal dysfunction Discuss actionable changes that can be made to increase diversity of the gut microbiome  List nutrients that can significantly enhance microbial diversity Formulate a diagnosis and determine the most appropriate approach for treatment We have planned time for a lively Q&A session at the end of the presentation, so please allow time to participate in this (particularly if you have a scheduled train time home). Seminar 6.30 - 8.30pm then Q&A's until 9.00pm.  Limited seats available - book early to avoid disappointment. We will have Microbiome Labs supplements for sale during this evening event.  https://www.microbiomelabs.co.uk/products/ About the Speakers: Kiran Krishnan, BSc, International Research Microbiologist Kiran Krishnan is a Research Microbiologist with Bachelor of Science degrees in Microbiology and post graduate research in Molecular Biology and Virology. He comes from a strict research background having spent several years with hands-on R&D in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology. Kiran established a Clinical Research Organization where he designed and conducted over a dozen human clinical trials in human nutrition. Kiran is also a co-founder of Nu Science Trading; a nutritional technology development and research company working in the Food Supplement and Medical Food markets. He is a frequent lecturer on the Human Microbiome at Medical and Nutrition Conferences. He has been a guest speaker at many International Health Summits as a microbiome expert. He is currently involved in 9 clinical trials on probiotics and the human microbiome. Kiran has recently returned from a speaking event in New Zealand where he presented at the Australasian Society for Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Tom Bayne, D.C., Microbiome Specialist Dr Bayne is a physician with over 20-years’ experience in natural health and medicine. Specialising in nutritional therapy, Dr Bayne is an expert in digestive health and detoxification. His philosophy addresses the relationship between structure and function of the human body and how that translates into an individual’s best health. Dr Bayne’s passion for holistic medicine led him to Europe, as the International Marketing Director for one of Europe’s leading food supplement manufacturers. His extensive clinical experience combined with his knowledge in product development led Dr Bayne to co-founding Microbiome Labs Inc. and the development of next-generation Sporebiotic supplements utilizing Bacillus spores. For further information contact Susan Warris-Liepa, TMC Ventures Europe/Microbiome Labs UK Email: [email protected]    Office: 0845 528 1296 www.MicrobiomeLabs.co.uk    FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Note about this Event: This is a health practitioner only event. Due to the nature of this seminar it has been created to be presented to qualified health practitioners and/or student studying naturopathy, nutrition, herbs, osteopathy, acupuncture and functional medicine. This seminar is not open to members of the public.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Nearest tube: Kings Cross Check the CNM website  https://www.naturopathy-uk.com/about/about-locations/   What can I bring into the event? Bring a drink to keep hydrated and wear light layers as the room at the CNM can get very warm!   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email: [email protected]    Office: 0845 528 1296   What's the refund policy? We will refund your ticket fee (but not the Eventbrite fee) in full up to 7 days before the event on August 29th, 2019.     Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please bring printed ticket with you to hand in when you arrive.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? No.   

Sep 08, 2019 4:00 PM

How Music and Sound can Support the Caregiving Journey (English)   The panel will engage in a discussion on how music influences health and behaviour, for persons with dementia, as it minimises some of the symptoms of dementia (such as agitation), and reduces anxiety and depression.    Music and familiar sounds, when used appropriately, can improve the quality of life for persons with dementia by helping to increase social interaction, decrease stress hormones and also achieve a more pleasant caregiving journey.     Moderator: Nora Samosir Nora Samosir is a trained Voice Coach with a Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, an MA in Theatre Studies from the National University of Singapore and a BA (Honours) from York University, Toronto. She qualified as a teacher from the Institute of Education, Singapore. Her training in Voice also includes the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine’s Introduction to Vocal Profile Analysis and Voicecraft International’s Complete Voicecraft Workshop, to which she was awarded a grant from the National Arts Council in 2001.   Nora has been active in Singapore theatre since 1979. Fluent in English, Malay and Bahasa Indonesia, she has starred in numerous productions with various theatre companies, as well as on television. She teaches in the Theatre Studies programme at the National University of Singapore.   Panelists: Isabel Tan - Music Therapist (RMT) (NMT), Rehabilitation Services Division, St Luke’s Hospital Isabel Tan is a degree graduate from an extended major in psychology and a minor in music which thereby she took a masters in music therapy both in the University of Queensland. She is proficient in piano and violin where she took formal training, as well as guitar, ukelele, drums and cello. She has experience working with older adults in an age care home, kids in a special school and in the Down Syndrome Association Queensland (DSAQ), brain injury clients in a brain injury rehabilitation centre and mental health patients in an acute hospital ward all of which took place in Australia.   Currently, she has been working at St Luke’s hospital in Bukit Batok as the first Music Therapist since Sept 2018 to pioneer the profession in the community geriatric rehabilitation hospital. She has been exposed to conduct individual, joint and group sessions with other therapists towards inpatient and outpatient services. Christel Goh - Founder, Hua Hee Christel Goh is Co-founder at Play Huahee, a social enterprise which creates localised befriending activities and games to help communities break the ice and form stronger bonds with seniors. She started creating activities for seniors when she noticed a lack of relevant material to engage seniors in Singapore. Christel experienced this while struggling to find activities to engage her grandma who showed early warning signs of dementia a few years ago. Christel’s family believes strongly in early intervention. They have implemented lifestyle and diet changes and have since seen an improvement in her grandma’s condition.   Tim O'Dywer     Tim O’Dwyer is an Australian saxophonist, improviser and composer, and has been a lecturer andHead of Music at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, since 2004. Over the past 25 years, Timhas been a prolific performer and collaborator traversing jazz, improvised and experimental music,contemporary classical music and cross disciplinary projects, and regularly performs throughoutAustralia, Asia and Europe. Tim is currently a member of the two most prestigious and establishedcontemporary music ensembles in Australia: ELISION Ensemble (since 1994) and The Australian ArtOrchestra.   His ongoing projects include: METASAX; the international collaborative project: The Fold,with ensembles currently based in Cologne (DE) and Singapore; and his soundpainting ensemble:Erik Satay & The Kampong Arkestra based in Singapore. Tim holds a PhD in composition andphilosophy from the Queensland University of Technology with his research drawing links betweenthe philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, composition and improvisation.     Photography & Filming Consent Please note this event is being recorded and photographed. By registering for a ticket, you indicate your consent to be photographed or filmed by Enable Asia, and for the organisers to use such images for marketing purposes.