Jan 08, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservist at our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 8 January 2019. Spaces are limited, so make sure you register your interest in plenty of time. As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Handle the latest operational weapons Enjoy an introduction to firefighting, Royal Navy style A chance to hone your skills on the laser-range shoot At the end of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to mingle with both regular and reserve members of the Royal Navy and get the inside story on service life. What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty.You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here.  Want to speak to someone about joining? Call us on 0345 600 3222.

Jan 05, 2019 12:30 PM

You can share this page's link: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/52810715271 WARM & FRIENDLY MEET SOCIALLY AFTER 12:30 MASS No need to register nor book - JUST TURN UP! Catholic penance black coffee fasting support group Every 1st Saturday in every month. Friendly event with those wishing to support each other, with others who also TRIED drinking black coffee for a whole day, and TRIED abstaining from food (am sure God will acknowledge your efforts, even if you started but didn't quite manage to finish!) There are zillions of variations of penance fasting you can try, here are a few examples: ● From sundown, for a whole day, you can TRY swapping food with drinking black coffee WITHOUT milk nor sugar; ● As long as you haven't diverticulitis - and if your system can take it - drinking black coffee WITHOUT milk nor sugar AFTER eating linseeds - also known as flaxseeds - or HULLED sunflower seeds, i.e. washing seeds down with black coffee; ● Black coffee fasting for half a day, or 1.5 days; ● Breakfast & brunch black coffee fasting for several days; ● Black coffee fasting on a different, other than Friday. Please say, "Hello", and introduce yourself to each and everyone, when you arrive. New faces turn up every time. Friends gather SIDE of PLAZZA of Westminster Cathedral, between MacDonalds and bookshop, by CABBAGE picture (if still on wall), after our celebration at Saturday 12:30 Mass together, over a friendly drink - you can continue drinking black coffee or eat: WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/masses.php ● Sat 5 Jan (Bible Verses Yr C - Weekdays before Epiphany): LiturgyOffice.org.uk/Calendar/Weekday/Christmas.shtml#Jan5 ● Sat 2 Feb (Bible Verses Yr C - Presentation of the Lord): LiturgyOffice.org.uk/Calendar/Sunday/Feasts.shtml#Presentation ● Fri 19 Apr: Good Friday Penance After Stations of the Cross Location meeting point: WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/find_us.php Station: Victoria INFORMATION ON PENANCE FASTING: Matthew 6:17 Vatican.va/archive/ENG0015/_P4B.HTM#96 RCDOW.org.uk/education/headteachers/friday-penance/ RCSouthwark.co.uk/friday-penance[1].pdf INFORMATION ON BLACK COFFEE: Health.Harvard.edu/press_releases/coffee_health_risk MedicalNewsToday.com/articles/270202.php INFORMATION ON LINSEEDS (ALSO KNOWN AS FLAXSEEDS) & SUNFLOWER: Linseed: MedicalNewsToday.com/articles/263405.php Linseed: NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4152533/ Sunflower: WHFoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=57 If you aren't a Catholic Christian - simply enter your local Catholic parish church and complete their RCIA course! (Your address must be inside the boundaries of that parish). Are you looking for an easy way to meet new people? Well look no further! It has never been so fun and easy to meet new Catholic Christians than after Mass. WE CANNOT PROVIDE A HOST, SO PLEASE WAIT 15 MINUTES AFTER MASS, AND LOOK OUT FOR ONE ANOTHER, AND TO DECIDE WHERE TO GO, POSSIBILITIES ARE: ● STEP FREE ACCESS: M&S Café 10 Cardinal Place, Cardinal Walk, SW1E 5JE Location and opening times: www.Accessable.co.uk/venues/marks-and-spencer-cardinal-place-victoria ● Pret A Manger 173 Victoria Street London SW1E 5NA Location and opening times: Pret.co.uk/en-gb/find-a-pret/sw1e%205na ● Caffè Nero 6 Wilcox Place, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QL Location and opening times: CaffeNero.com/uk/en/stores/wilcox-place/ ● Other cafès around Victoria station YOU CAN TELL YOUR FELLOW PARISHIONERS ABOUT THIS GROUP, IF YOU LIKE! CATHOLICS UNDER 35 & STUDENTS VISIT: ● DOWYM.com/voices/10-awesome-things-young-catholic-westminster/ ● Turn up to (Updated: 17 May 2018): Young Adults Group STUDENTS VISIT: UniversityCatholic.net Facebook.com/southlondonuniversitiescatholicchaplaincies/ CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk/universities-l-to-m/london-south/ CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk FEEL FREE TO COPY AND MODIFY ANY TEXT TO ORGANISE MONTHLY EVENTS AROUND THE CORNER TO YOUR OWN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, ELSEWHERE! (*AWAY FROM ALL CONSECRATED AREAS*) OTHER CATHOLIC & NON-CATHOLIC EVENTS: StGeorgesCathedral.org.uk/news/events.html RCDOW.org.uk/events/ WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/events.php CatholicHistoryWalks.com/forthcoming-walks indCatholicNews.com/news/122 indCatholicNews.com/news/17805 www.StFrancisRamblers.UKWalkers.com EventBrite.co.uk/d/united-kingdom--united-kingdom/cathol/

Jan 16, 2019 8:00 AM

Event Description This particular course is being funded by London Borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth for local businesses in the borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth and for businesses that frequently use these roads. Proof of local road usage may be requested.  The Safe Urban Driving course focuses on vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclist’s and motorcyclists but has a particular focus on cyclists. The course includes a practical ‘on-road’ cycle training element and gives drivers a ‘real life’ experience as to a cyclist’s perspective of riding on London’s roads, as well as in traffic. The training also counts towards the 35 hours DCPC that professional drivers need to complete by September 2014. The course consists of two 3.5 hour modules (both delivered on the same day); the first module is classroom based theory, and the second module, an outdoor practical session where drivers get a cyclists view of the road. Theory Module (3.5 hours) This part of the course focuses on sharing the road safely and highlights the vulnerability of other road users. It also explains how the London streetscape is evolving to encourage more walking and cycling. Subjects covered include:- The driver’s role in the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Urban driving, changing streetscape and route planning Vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists Sharing the road, observation devices and cycle training Collision avoidance and defensive driving Hazard recognition and perception Driver responsibility and attitude Practical Module (3.5 hours) After the initial bicycle control skills training, drivers ride on bikes to areas of potential conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines. Subjects covered include:- Introducing active travel, driver fitness and health Giving drivers a cyclist’s perspective of riding on busy roads and an understanding of the issues faced by vulnerable road users Recognising best driving practice around cyclists Practical on road experience at areas of potential driver/cyclist conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines   CostsProviding you are a FORS registered company the Safe Urban Driving courses are fully funded by the London Borough of Hounslow so there is no charge for attending the course. All necessary equipment such as bicycles and personal protective equipment is also provided on the day. If it is found your company is not FORS accredited, you may be billed for attendance at £75.00 + vat. If drivers wish to have their details uploaded to the DSA website so its count towards their 35 hours DCPC, then they need to ensure they bring £8.75 cash to cover the upload fee. You will need to notify the trainer on the day. Please note: Lunch, refreshments and travel costs are not included. IMPORTANT: Any driver attending the SUD course must have their identity checked by a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).  This will allow Fleet Source to register the driver onto the Transport for London master SUD database which confirms the driver has attended the course. In order for a driver to be uploaded to the FORS/TfL register and/or be accredited with the Driver CPC hours they must complete the entire course. Generally, the only reasons for not taking part in the cycle element are on medical grounds, or if during the cycle familiarisation session, the driver is risk assessed as not safe to ride a bike on public roads – in these instances it is acceptable for the drivers to walk the course meeting up with the cyclists at the exercise/discussion points and joining in with the discussion All bookings are subject to our Cancellation Policy and by registering for a course you are agreeing to its terms. Click here to read the Cancellation Policy

Jan 27, 2019 6:00 PM

     STORYBOOK FAMILY SKATE  SUNDAY JANUARY 27, 2019   6:00pm – 8:00 pm    Come join us for a fun outdoor family event   $2.00 pp for Families living with ASD $5.00 for Extended family and friends One cup of complimentary hot chocolate per person  Skate rentals are available for rent for $6.00/pair. Parents are responsible for this cost. ** Please note that any skaters under the age of 5 must wear a CSA approved helmet while on the ice.  All ages welcome   Please note: The atmosphere at this event may be difficult for some children with the winter elements and the lighting can be very difficult for some individuals to tolerate.  Parents are responsible to determine if this is a suitable environment for their child. Please dress warmly.    PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY ON SITE AND ARE RESPONSIBLE AT ALL TIMES FOR THEIR CHILDREN   Note: The Potential Programme is happy to announce that we will be providing this Social Learning Opportunity at a subsidized rate Please NOTE: Autism Ontario cannot guarantee a allergy free or gluten free menu or environment    Families skate for a subsidized rate. Extended family and friends must pay full admission    NOTE:  Your safety is important to us.  Please make sure that each member of your family is aware of the rules, regulations, and guidelines of the venue and adheres to them.  As a condition of use of the area and other facilities, all registrants assume all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever including but not limited to: the risks, dangers and hazards of all other recreational activities.  Marti Lussier, Communty Events Coordinator [email protected] , 1-519-697-6883 Notes:   Spaces are limited.  Pre-registration is required.   Supervision of children/youth at this Social Learning Opportunity is the sole responsibility of parents/guardians and caregivers; childcare will not be provided.  Caregivers must remain present.   Due to allergies and sensitivities, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, aftershave, or scented products such as hairspray or lotion.   It is recommended that participants consult their physician prior to the start of any physical activity.  By registering for or participating in an Autism Ontario program or event, participants agree that they are and will be voluntarily participating in these activities and assume all risks of injury or death, which might result from these activities.      ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------     soirée de patinage en famille au storybook garden   LE SAMEDI 27 JANVIER 2019     De 18 h à 20 h       Joignez-vous à nous pour une activité familiale de patinage extérieur      2 $ par personne pour les familles dont l’un des membres vit avec un TSA 5 $ par personne pour les membres de la famille élargie et les amis Une tasse de chocolat chaud gratuite pour chaque personne  Il est possible de louer des patins pour 6 $ la paire. Ce coût doit être assumé par les parents. ** À noter que les patineurs et patineuses âgés de moins de 5 ans doivent porter un casque protecteur homologué CSA lorsqu’ils sont sur la glace. Bienvenue aux personnes de tous âges NOTE : Lors de cette activité, l’atmosphère, les conditions hivernales et l’éclairage peuvent être difficiles à tolérer pour certaines personnes. C’est aux parents qu’incombe la responsabilité de déterminer si ce genre d’environnement convient à leur enfant. Habillez-vous chaudement.  LES PARENTS DOIVENT RESTER SUR PLACE ET DEMEURENT EN TOUT TEMPS RESPONSABLES DE LEURS ENFANTS   NOTE : Nous sommes heureux d’annoncer que le programme Potentiel nous permet d’offrir, à tarif réduit, cette occasion d’apprentissage social. NOTE : Autisme Ontario est dans l’impossibilité de garantir un environnement dans lequel les aliments sont libres d’allergène ou sans gluten.   Les familles bénéficient d’un tarif réduit, mais les amis et membres de la famille élargie doivent payer le prix d’admission habituel.    NOTE :  Votre sécurité nous tient à cœur. Veillez à ce que tous les membres de votre famille soient au courant des règles, des règlements et des lignes de conduite du parc et les respectent. Pour accéder au parc et aux autres installations, tous les participants doivent assumer tout risque de blessures corporelles, de décès ou de perte de biens résultant de quelque cause que ce soit, incluant, sans toutefois s’y limiter, les risques et les dangers de toutes les autres activités de loisirs accessibles sur place.   Notes :   Nombre de places limité. Préinscription obligatoire. Durant cette occasion d’apprentissage social, les parents, les tuteurs et les fournisseurs de soins demeurent les seuls responsables de la surveillance des enfants ou des adolescents. Aucun service de garde n’est fourni. Les fournisseurs de soins doivent demeurer sur place.   Comme certaines personnes souffrent d'allergies et d'intolérances diverses, nous vous demandons de ne pas utiliser de parfum, d'eau de Cologne, de lotion après rasage ni de produits parfumés comme les fixatifs ou les lotions pour le corps.   Nous recommandons à tous les participants de consulter leur médecin avant le début de toute activité physique. En s’inscrivant ou en participant à un programme ou à une activité d’Autisme Ontario, les participants reconnaissent que leur participation aux activités proposées s’effectue sur une base volontaire et qu’ils sont prêts à assumer tous les risques de blessure ou de décès pouvant résulter de ces activités.     Marti Lussier, coordonnatrice des événements communautaires [email protected] , 1-519-697-6883   Pour parler à quelqu’un en français : [email protected] ou 1-800-472-7789, poste 240  

Jan 14, 2019 5:30 PM

Matteo Pasquinelli, Philosopher and visiting professor in Media Theory at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe Respondent: Alan Blackwell, Professor of Interdisciplinary Design, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge This public event is part of the Machine Feeling 2018 research workshop organised by – APRJA_, A Peer-Reviewed Journal About_/Aarhus University (Geoff Cox & Christian Ulrik Andersen) – transmediale – festival for art and digital culture (Kristoffer Gansing & Daphne Dragona) – Cambridge Digital Humanities Learning Programme, University of Cambridge (Anne Alexander) Biographies Matteo Pasquinelli (MA, Bologna; PhD, London) is a philosopher and visiting professor in Media Theory at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe. He has previously taught at Pratt Institute, New York. He wrote the book Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons (2008) and edited the anthologies Gli algoritmi del capitale (2014) and Alleys of Your Mind: Augmented Intelligence and its Traumas (2015) among others. He lectures frequently at the intersection of political philosophy, media theory and cognitive sciences in universities and art institutions. His texts have been translated into more than 15 languages and he contributes regularly to academic and art journals. In 2014, he co-curated the exhibition “The Ultimate Capital is the Sun” and the symposium “The Metabolism of the Social Brain” at nGbK and Akademie der Künste Berlin respectively. Alan Blackwell is Professor of Interdisciplinary Design in the University of Cambridge Department of Computer Science and Technology. After an early career as an artificial intelligence engineer working mainly in factory automation and transport, further academic study in comparative religion, performing arts and psychology led to his current research interests in the broadest questions of technology in society. His group is dedicated to action research, designing new technologies as experimental social interventions, working in the field to understand contexts in which the Sustainable Development Goals present challenges to prevailing technocratic imaginations. He is research director of the Cambridge Global Challenges initiative, co-director of the Crucible network for research in Interdisciplinary Design, a board member of Cambridge Enterprise, and a trustee of the Centre for Global Equality.

Jan 17, 2019 11:00 AM

Celebrate the New Year with a walking tour through Stanfords London from 1853 to 2019! Following along on a Stanfords map from 1912, we’ll visit four of Stanfords’ locations, with literary, travel and bookselling history along the way. We’ll see notable Victorian architecture, learn about Agatha Christie Mallowan the traveller, hear about the event that shook Oceanic House in 1912 and enjoy a gallivant about town. Sherlock Holmes may be mentioned. Tour begins and ends at our new Mercer Walk shop, every participant will receive a souvenir map. Please note, this is an outdoor walking tour so please dress for the weather. This bespoke tour has been created by walking tour guide Lauren who is a classically trained librarian with an extrovert twist. She specialises in literary history and bookshop tours and regularly leads exuberant explorations of London with Bluestocking Books and has twelve years professional experience bringing readers and books together.        

Jan 19, 2019 11:00 AM

Celebrate the New Year with a walking tour through Stanfords London from 1853 to 2019! Following along on a Stanfords map from 1912, we’ll visit four of Stanfords’ locations, with literary, travel and bookselling history along the way. We’ll see notable Victorian architecture, learn about Agatha Christie Mallowan the traveller, hear about the event that shook Oceanic House in 1912 and enjoy a gallivant about town. Sherlock Holmes may be mentioned. Tour begins and ends at our new Mercer Walk shop, every participant will receive a souvenir map. Please note, this is an outdoor walking tour so please dress for the weather. This bespoke tour has been created by walking tour guide Lauren who is a classically trained librarian with an extrovert twist. She specialises in literary history and bookshop tours and regularly leads exuberant explorations of London with Bluestocking Books and has twelve years professional experience bringing readers and books together.        

Jan 17, 2019 6:30 PM

Join us for a semi-formal evening of fun, food, and fashion as local celebrities showcase the latest in Southwest Florida Couture provided by the coolest of clothiers, Brodeur-Carvell.  Our fashion forward guests will delight in the waterside runway show, and bask in the luxury of all THREE of the London Bay Model Homes.  While you peruse the exquisite auction items and fashionable features for sale, you'll be enjoying delicious bites and lush libations in truly sumptuous surroundings. You will mingle with local and national celebrities AND see why we are putting the "FUN" back in FUNdraising!  Not only will you be having the time of your life mingling with Sheriff Carmine Marceno, Attorney Sean King, running back Javaris James, State Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen, NFL Star Earnest Graham, Jeanne Sweeney, Mark and Susan Blust, Wendy Tooley, Brien Spina, among many other sports figures, community leaders, politicians, and celebs...  but you will be contributing to the success of a very special non profit called KKIDS, Inc. that is breaking the cycle of addiction, abuse, and poverty in our community!  KKIDS,Inc. is an organization that loves and cares for children around the clock, and provides tangible support for many other children and families who are struggling.  KKIDS,Inc. is completely self funded, receiving NO government funds or stipends.  For sponsorship levels and to help contribute to this event, please inquire!!!  We have multiple levels of sponsorship and are happy to get a packet to you.  We have a very exclusive VIP reception for our sponsors and VIP guests, you will definitely want to join in those festivities.  We would like to thank The Miromar Lakes Development and London Bay Homes for their incredible generosity.    FAQs Is this event outdoors?  This event will be amazing as it is both indoor/outdoor so dress to the weather! It will be held at the GORGEOUS London Bay Model Homes on one of the larger lakes at Miromar, and the runway show will be poolside. We will have features in all three of the model homes for your enjoyment! Forms of payment? We accept cash/check/credit/debit cards prior to and the evening of the event for tickets, donations, and silent auction bids.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? There will be attended on-site parking at this event.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? email [email protected] or simply call (239) 229-6106  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? You do not have to bring your printed ticket to the event as we will have a computerized list available.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes if you contact us in advance with the notification.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes, just please notify us in advance.   

Jan 10, 2019 12:00 PM

Kickstart 2019 at our January event!Change your journey ... Not your goalMotivational speaker and Paralympian Aaron Phipps Thursday 10th January, 12.00pm to 2.00pm We are extremely fortunate to welcome inspirational speaker Aaron Phipps, to our first event of 2019.Aaron will be sharing how meningitis shaped his life. His determination has seen him represent Team GB at the London 2012 Paralympic Games as part of the wheelchair rugby squad. He has climbed Kilimanjaro despite having no legs and was recently voted as one of the top 100 of most influential people with a disability in the UK.Aaron's story is certainly evidence that with positivity, hard work, determination and courage, everyone can achieve their goals regardless of what life throws at you.Date: Thursday 10th JanuaryTime: 12.00pm to 2.00pmVenue: Mercure Farnham Bush Hotel, The Borough, Farnham, GU9 7NN“Using his life experiences of surviving meningitis, playing elite sport, climbing mountains and having a successful professional career, Aaron is a fantastic motivator sharing his stories to inspire your team to be the best.”“In my 13 years of teaching, you were the most inspirational and educational speaker I have heard.”“I also came away from your session and talked to my family about the impact you'd had on me.” “'We all have choices is still ringing in the ears of our pupils.”“I cannot recall a more impactful and resonant input from a guest speaker in the fifteen years of the event.”One of the hardest things for every small business owner is the daily grind and staying focused to build your business and experience success. Along the way, we all need inspiration and motivation to keep us going, so that’s why you won’t want to miss this! Networking and talk event including tea/coffee and food buffet £25.

Jan 17, 2019 9:45 AM

Happy New Year to everyone!! It's January and a new year has just begun. The question to ask... What preperations have you done on your strategy to have a sucsessful 2019? Our guest speaker for January is Naima Omasta-Milsom, who has over 15 years’ experience, working in various roles to support businesses based in incubators/co working spaces, start-ups and growing businesses. She has been assisting entrepreneurs to launch/shape up their businesses, implement sustainability systems and build strong and lasting infrastructure. Six years ago, she co-founded London Business Partnership Limited that offers business support and advice to entrepreneurs across London. Naima is passionate about business growth. The presentation that Naima Omasta-Milsom will present will be on the Business Model Canvas. As we have approached the start of a new year 2019 the Business Model Canvas will help business prepare for the year ahead. Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and lean startup template for developing new or documenting exisiting business models. What will be covered We will cover an outline about What Business Model Canvas (BMC) stands for? Describe the Business Model Canvas chart How to use this tool to describe, design, challenge, and pivot your business model. Network with other business owners in your local community Gain insight into what you need to do to make your growth ambitions become a reality Learn about how I can help you achieve your business goals in my role as your local Business Growth Enabler The event will involve the opportunity to Network with other business owners.  Although we focus on business, networking can bring you wonderful new friends. It can't fail to! You share your ideas, your goodwill and enthusiasm for business with like-minded people. Strong friendships combined with strong business alliances are very powerful forces in building your network. Each Business owner will be given the opportunity to showcase their business to the room usually about a minute per attendee depends on the amount of people there, so please come with something to say to engage the attendees. 09:45 - 10:15am Registration and Networking 10:15 - 10:20am Introduction and Welcome 10:20- 11:30am Naima Omasta Milsom Presentation  11:30-11:40am Q&A 11:40-12:00pm Pitching/Introductions 12:00 -12:05pm Event Close 12:05 -12:15pm Networking Please note there is no car parking on site. Nearest Car Park is Saint Ann's Shopping Centre Car Park www.stannsshopping.co.uk/centre-information/parking - The Heights 59-65 Lowlands Road Harrow is a short walking distance from the car park. All information used in this presentation you are registering for is produced for information purposes only and is for the sole use of the attendees at the presentation. Whilst we feel this topic is beneficial to business owners, the views expressed are not intended to be and should not be viewed as individual advice or as a recommendation by NatWest or any third party. You should seek independent advice in respect of issues that are of concern to you. To the maximum extent permitted by law we expressly disclaim all representations, warranties, or assurance of any kind, expressed or implied, that are made to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this presentation and do not accept any obligation to update or correct any information contained herein. During the event photographs may be taken on behalf of the host with a view to posting on social media to promote services offered to customers. If you do not wish to be included in the photographs please notify us. For the avoidance of doubt NatWest does not produce the materials for all presentations. This disclaimer applies equally to any materials or presentations produced by a third party. By registering for this event you agree that you have read and expressly agree to the use of your personal data submitted as part of your event registration by Eventbrite in accordance with their: Terms of Service:(https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-terms-of-service?lg=en_GB), Data Processing Addendum for Organisers (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/data-processing-addendum-for-organizers?lg=en_GB_); and Privacy Policy (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-privacy-policy?lg=en_GB), which Eventbrite may update from time to time.

Jan 29, 2019 9:00 AM

This event is aimed at SME's whose main customer base is B2B and are looking for clarification on how GDPR affects their marketing .Last year the emphasis was on how to prepare for the GDPR deadline, but now many months past that deadline, it is time to review what we have learnt. A confusing recurring topic is that B2B marketing under GDPR has different rules to B2C, but what exactly does that mean? This seminar will help you understand what you can do with your data  in both markets, and how you can protect it from getting into the wrong hands. We have invited 2 experts to answer your questions :- Lisa Downs, Solicitor and Managing Director, CIPP/ELJD Law Ltd Having spent 20 years working in various London law firms, Lisa set up LJD Law Ltd in 2017 so that she could provide a more cost-effective and personal service to businesses than traditional law firms. Lisa’s practice focuses solely on advising clients on data protection and general commercial matters. Lisa has been advising a wide range of companies on their global GDPR compliance programmes (including drafting internal and external privacy policies, assisting with data subject access requests and advising on data breaches) and regularly speaks on data protection matters. Lisa also has extensive experience of draft, advising on and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements including software licences,.consultancy, application and software development, support/maintenance, professional services contracts, web design and hosting, and distribution/reseller arrangements. Lisa advises both private and private sector organisations, and has worked in a number of sectors including technology, retail, travel, life sciences, media, financial services, and government. Martin BannisterManaging DirectorKogo Limited Martin Bannister is a cybersecurity specialist with over 30 years of experience. He is Managing Director and founder of Kogo Ltd; an IT managed service provider, and cybersecurity business focused on SME’s. He has been running Kogo for almost two decades, and still finds time in his busy day to include personal support to clients. Martin also provides vCIO (Virtual Chief Information Officer) monthly services at various SME’s across the South East. He is a skilled speaker and delivers educational seminars and workshops on cybersecurity and IT threat awareness across the South East. Martin joined Sussex Chamber of Commerce as a Board Member in late 2018 and active in the IT community as a member of the CompTIA Executive Council. Living with his two sons, wife and black labrador in East Grinstead, he can be found on Saturday mornings coaching his son's football or walking Poppy on the Forest Way. Agenda 9.00am-9.25 am Networking and refreshments 9.25 am -9.30 am Introductions by Christine Lyle-NatWest Bank 9.30 am -10.15 Lisa Downs from LJD Law 10.15-am -11.00am Martin Bannister from Kogo Limited 11.00am Close All information used in this presentation you are registering for is produced by the speaker for information purposes only and is for the sole use of the attendees at the presentation.Whilst we feel this topic is beneficial to business owners, the views and information have not been issued by the speakers . Any views expressed in the presentation are not necessarily those of the speakers and should not be viewed as individual advice or as a recommendation. You should seek independent advice in respect of issues that are of concern to you.To the maximum extent permitted by law we expressly disclaim all representations, warranties, or assurance of any kind, expressed or implied, that are made to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this presentation and no member of NatWest, accepts any obligation to update or correct any information contained herein During the event I will be taking photographs on behalf of NatWest with a view to posting on social media to promote the service we offer to our customers, if you do not wish to be included in the photographs please notify me’ By registering for this event you agree that you have read and expressly agree to the use of your personal data submitted as part of your event registration by Eventbrite in accordance with their Terms of Service: (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-terms-of-service?lg=en_GB), Data Processing Addendum for Organisers (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/data-processing-addendum-for-organizers?lg=en_GB_) and Privacy Policy (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-privacy-policy?lg=en_GB), which Eventbrite may update from time to time.

Jan 06, 2019 7:30 PM

Mick Foster “Mick Foster, a master of the baritone saxophone with an obvious debt to Gerry Mulligan…His rich baritone sound and positive refined playing come over superbly” Jazz Journal   Mick Foster has worked extensively in the worlds of jazz and classical music. Known primarily as a baritone saxophone player, he has played with many groups including the big bands of John Dankworth and Stan Sulzmann, Laura Jurd’s Human Spirit, the Humphrey Lyttelton band and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. He plays at the Vortex every month with the London Jazz Orchestra, often contributing original compositions. Mick has recorded three albums under his own name, and he has written for many different types of ensemble. “Foster is a bright, imaginative soloist who exploits his instrument’s grainy, fruity charms perfectly, and his choice of material is impeccable. If you like your jazz warm, tasteful and elegant, without grandstanding…this is for you.” Chris Parker, London Jazz with Jonathan Gee: piano • Phil Scragg: bass • Jeremy Shoham: sax • Rick Finlay: drums Listen to excerpts from Mick's album Changing Fortunes ____________________________ Chandos Arms Jazz home page FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?There is on-street parking in the roads round the pub.Colindale underground station (Northern Line) is a short walk away.  Can I pay on the night?Yes, for those who haven't pre-booked there is a collection at the interval (although you won't be entitled to the discount on meals). We do expect you to contribute the normal admission fee unless you qualify for a concessionary rate… Are there any concessions?There is a lower ticket price for students in full-time education. Students and unwaged can also turn up on the night and pay whatever you like (or even nothing). We want you to be able to enjoy the music, and maybe you'll come back and pay the full admission in better times… AccessibilityDeaf and disabled people can apply for an extra ticket, free of charge, if they would be unable to attend a gig or outdoor event without the active support of another person.We encourage our audience to book online (we are too small to have a full-time box office) but if you have any difficulties booking on Eventbrite just call us on 020 8361 0265. The Chandos Arms welcomes assistance dogs (or indeed all friendly dogs) on leads Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?Don't hesitate to call Rick at Just East of Jazz on 020 8361 0265 for questions about the gig.For queries about the pub — food, drink, access and so on, call the pub on 020 8200 0032.