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The Complete Paleo Food Course - Module Two
9am - 5pm

Welcome to Module Two of Our Complete Paleo Food Course - Paleo Breakfasts
Each module is designed as a stand-alone course, but together with seven other modules provides the Complete Paleo Food Course package. You can choose from a variety of course packages to suit your interests and personal needs*.
The Paleo Breakfast Course is a chance to discover the wide variety of paleo breakfasts and how to make them, from muffins, pancakes, and frittatas, to granola, crunchy cereals, and porridges. You’ll also explore breakfast rissoles, paleo toast, smoothies and smoothie bowls, as well as make coconut and nut milk and yoghurt.
It is well known that starting the day the right way can have a huge influence on your overall mood and feeling of wellbeing throughout the day, lasting you through till lunch and beyond. The Paleo diet approach is designed to maximise your bodies potential as well as be an integral part of healing and often reversing long-term health conditions.
On the Paleo Breakfast Course, you’ll spend the day in the kitchen classroom discovering brand new techniques to add to your growing paleo food skills. You will be exposed to the enormous range of amazing breakfasts you can enjoy on a paleo diet - and will be eating all the dishes both you and Emma prepare.
As with all of our courses, this course is very hands on. It is packed with lots of paleo techniques that can be practiced and transferred to other areas of paleo cooking, so is an invaluable module on this course.
On the Paleo Breakfast Course you will:
Discover how to make bread, muffins and quick pancakes.
Create stunning frittatas, frittata muffins, and quick and easy egg breakfasts.
Learn what breakfasts can be made in advance and frozen.
Learn how to make yoghurt, coconut milk, and nut milk.
Make a variety of different paleo porridges.
Optimise your health with smoothies that can be eaten on the go.
Make different paleo breakfasts based on seasonal cooking.
Eat stunning food prepared throughout the day.
What’s included:
Facilities hire and equipment
All ingredients
Course handout including all the recipes for the meals prepared on the day
A selection of e-books specifically selected to complement the module
Exclusive savings and deals, such as 20% off all products at Hunter and Gather Foods
What to bring:
An apron
Tupperware of various sizes, glass jars with good sealing lids
If you want to do more than one course then you can pay in installments
To book:
Ref: Paleo (then the number of the course you are doing)
Single Course Module (£149 per module)
3-5 Course Package (£124 per module)
6-8 Course Package (£99 per module)
Repeat Course Module
To view our complete course schedule, terms and conditions and to register your interest for this or any other courses on offer, click here:https://www.facebook.com/events/295696850940106/
Bikepacking Weekend Break - The Cotswolds 17/18 March 2018
17th March - 18th March

Cotswolds Bikepacking Breaks
Dates:  March - September 2018​Price: Starting from £175Ability:  Novice to Advanced

Weekend and midweek packages - 2 days riding and 1 night wild camping
​Mountain Bike (Marin Pine 27.5+), helmet, saddle bag, frame bag and bar bag
Full guided riding for the duration
MBLA qualified guides with outdoor first aid training qualification
Maximum of 6:1 client to guide ratio
Maximum group size of 12 excluding guides
​Video and Photo’s – GoPro photos and video documenting your adventure will be available through Dropbox.
Knowledge –We happily provide mentoring, tuition on any aspects of bike packing, bike skills, repair & maintenance, equipment, first aid, navigation, bush craft, personal security, wild foods and just about anything else related to living off two wheels!​
Bike Repair – All but catastrophic bike mechanical issues can be sorted on the trail keeping your adventure on track. Any replacement components will be charged at cost. 

Enjoy our relaxing weekend and midweek bikepacking adventure packages providing the opportunity to unwind and enjoy some of the Cotswolds and South Wales classic adventure cycling routes. Experience wild camping and enjoying the simple pleasures of cooking outside and the warmth of a camp fire.

​Our riding style is focused on enjoyment and adventure as opposed to white knuckle down hill descents. Routes will take between 6-8 hours to complete with stops en route to enjoy coffee, cake and lunch! We run a number of 2 day packages catering for newcomers, experienced riders and women only ensuring that you get the most out of your time with us. You will need a moderate level of fitness to get the most out of the weekend, there will be a few hills to climb!

For group bookings of 6-12 we will modify the routes to suit the fitness and technical ability of the group.

Craft and crop in Saltford Hall
Crop n Roll
9:30am - 4:30pm

• What we'll do
A chance to craft, away from home, and share inspiration with others. The group is very relaxed and friendly so a perfect place to get creative :)
I will be running small classes at some crops so keep looking out for the details of these when I post them up on this event.

• What to bring
There is a small fee of £7 to attend. Please bring your own lunch and your own craft supplies

• Important to know
Implant Course for Dental Nurses
9:30am - 4:30pm

This is an Implant Course for Dental Nurses run by Dental Nurses.
This is a one day course designed specifically to help nurses to learn in more depth the practical aspects of advanced dental implant nursing.
The course will have a large practical element. It is run at The Dental Implant Clinic in Bath so that the course participants can relate their training in an practice environment.
Below are the couse tutors:
                       Kirsty Herridge                                                Amy Thomas
 Course highlights include:

Understanding the applications of dental implants
Understanding implant components
Small group workshops for Surgery set up for initial consultation, consent and planning, implant placement, suture removal, uncovering and restoration. 
understanding the stages of implant dentistry and the equipment needed for each procedure
The surgical guide or template.
What is guided bone regeneration and what are the materials used?
The nurses role in informing the patient what to expect after each procedure.
Set up and clear down times and organising implants in the diary.
The role of the non-sterile nurse.
An overview and the maintenance of the surgical instruments
A knowledge of the sundries required and suggested suppliers
Placing an implant in a dummy jaw
How to give post-operative instructions and what the patient might expect after each of the stages of dental implantology
Implant maintenance

7 Hours verifiable CDP and lunch included. 
One Young World: Bath Summit 2018
10am - 3pm

One Young World is the premier forum for young leaders aged 18 to 30. The annual One Young World Summit brings together the best talents from global and national companies, NGOs, universities and other forward-thinking organisations to connect and create solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues.
Two Bath students attended the Summit in Bogotá and wanted to bring the experience back home, so have organised One Young World Bath. 
Hear from experts, discuss issues and solutions, and find out about opportunities to get involved at the University and beyond - and all for free and on campus!

One Young World: Bath Summit 2018• Talks & debates • networking opportunities • free lunch

Follow One Young World: Bath on Facebook | Becoming The Hague Summit delegate
Consciously Creating Your Future
10am - 4pm

Take time out and learn practical skills to consciously design and create your future in luxurious beautiful surroundings. 
If you are already on a conscious path but are a bit stuck, frustrated and feel you know this stuff should work but it isn’t, join us for a day of insight and clarity where you will learn how to use your inner wisdom and practical tools to make the vision of your life a reality. 
Non art - Stitchless leather assessories workshop
Art Galleries And Exhibitions In Bristol & Bath
10:30am - 1:30pm

Be inspired by the theme of travel in the temporary exhibition, and learn how to make small leather-goods piece with no stitching. Using only rivets and lacing techniques this workshop is a great introduction to leatherwork. You will be able to choose from a selection of colours of Italian vegetable tanned leather to make a glasses case, a phone case, a card holder, a purse or a travel pouch. Your piece can be embossed with your name or other words to personalise it. In this 3-hour workshop you will learn how to cut leather from a pattern; hole-punch, lace and emboss leather; set rivets and other fastenings; and use a variety of traditional leatherwork tools.

£35 (plus £10 for materials payable to the tutor on the day; includes entry to Anthony Fry exhibition: A Retrospective). Enrol & pay online


Class size 8, 4 spaces left as of this moment.
Anthony Fry: A Retrospective - exhibition & afternoon tea.
Art Galleries And Exhibitions In Bristol & Bath
2:30pm - 4:30pm

The Holburne is delighted to be showing the first museum retrospective of the painter Anthony Fry [masked]), who enjoyed huge commercial success in Britain and America during his lifetime but has not previously been recognised by a major exhibition. Comprising works lent from prestigious private collections, the show reveals the considerable extent of his talent.

Fry was an artist who lived and worked near Bath for sixty years but who made pictures that expressed his principal inspiration of travel. His early work, dominated by dancing figures, reflects the landscape of Tuscany. From the late 1980s his painting is characterised by strong, intense colour, influenced by the landscapes and culture of India, Morocco and the Sahara Desert, and Andalucía.

After seeing this exhibition we can then partake of tea, coffee etc in the Holburne's café.

Long Running Events:

Pencil To Paint: Feb - Mar 2018
21st February - 28th March

“I think that painting today is pure intuition and luck.”
Francis Bacon on Matthew Smith (1909-1992)
For most of us, our relationship with art begins with a line. We take a pencil or a crayon and delineate our idea. In our enthusiasm, we may even attempt to colour it in. In the experience of many, that attempt leads only to disappointment. We know that a painting is more than just a coloured-in drawing, but how do we do it? What exactly is the difference?
This course explores the gulf between drawing and painting and then seeks to provide a bridge between the two disciplines. Beginning with simple pencil studies, we will then develop our work in both charcoal and ink, gaining confidence in our abilities, before embarking on five weeks of painting in bold colour.
This course is open to all-comers and is ideal for beginners or those who wish to take their art in a new direction. 
Topics will include:
Line, measurement and proportion
Tonal value
Colour: theory and mixing
Tables and chairs and a roll of newsprint paper are provided. Please bring a drawing board, paper or pad and your preferred drawing media. Materials required for sessions using colour will be discussed nearer the time.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available for a small donation.
16:30 - 18:00
Wednesdays:  21, 28 February; 7, 14, 21, 28 March 2018
5 week Core Strength
21st February - 28th March

The 5 week course (Feb 21st for 5 classes)
With tennis in mind
Learning about the 4 quadrants of the body and how they affect posture
Learning about the inner unit and applying practical based exercise 
The course is made up of 5 classes, each enrolee with have access to our ONLINE PLATFORM of exercise tuition, throughout the 5 weeks to practice what has been learnt in the class, giving each enrolee access to Simon for questions. This is of course optional but will be give each enrolled further insight to personal development.

As soon as the person has registered an invite to pot in to our online services will be issued, the attendee will have the option to use this service or not.
Wednesdays 19.00pm -20.00pm 

The Action for Happiness Course (Bath, 19 Feb 2018)
19th February - 9th April

An 8-week course that gives you the chance to meet friendly, like-minded people and find simple ways to make yourself and others happy.

This course will run on Mondays from 12-2 on the following dates: 19 Feb, 26 Feb, 5 Mar, 12 Mar, 19 Mar, 26 Mar, 2nd Apr, 9 Apr
The course is run by local volunteers and based on donations - so please feel free to give whatever you can afford :)

Exploring What Matters is a secular, science-based course for people who want to learn how to live happily and spread happiness to those around them.
It was created by the Action for Happiness charity to help people tune in to what really matters in life, connect with people around them and find small ways to start taking action.
On the course you will:

Meet with like-minded people to explore what really matters in life and find new ways of looking at things.

Enjoy expert videos, mindfulness exercises and a handbook full of resources to help you break big ideas into manageable chunks.

Take time each week to think of small actions you can take to create happiness for yourself and those around you.

People find it really valuable and often refer to what they learn on the course as life-changing.
-- Click here to see the impact of the course and what people say about it --
Each week is based around a big question:
Week 1: What really matters in life? We'll explore whether a greater focus on happiness and wellbeing might be better for all of us.
Week 2: What actually makes us happy? We'll explore the role of outer circumstances and inner attitudes in our wellbeing.
Week 3: Can we find peace of mind? We'll explore some of the skills and practices that can help us in difficult times.
Week 4: How should we treat others? We'll explore how to treat others and how we can become more compassionate.
Week 5: What makes for great relationships? We'll explore how our relationship to others impacts our own happiness.
Week 6: Can we be happier at work? We'll explore what makes us happy at work and what can we do about it.
Week 7: Can we build happier communities? We'll explore how to create communities that are more caring, connected and happy.
Week 8: How can we create a happier world? We'll explore how to live in a way that contributes to a happier world, not just for ourselves but for others too.
-- Click here for a sample of Week 1 to give you an idea of what it’s like --
This course is for anyone interested in exploring how to create happiness for themselves or others.
Maybe you’re someone who could do with some new approaches to try out in your own life.
Or maybe you’re passionate about creating happier communities and a happier world.
Either way, by coming together with others locally on this course you can find the inspiration and support you need find the actions that work for you.
Please note: this course is not group therapy, if you are experiencing severe challenges at the moment we recommend seeking alternative professional support.

The course is run by keen volunteers who are stepping forward to help spread happiness in the local area.
Everyone who joins the course makes a donation of their choice to be there.
It costs Action for Happiness about £90 per person to support each course so we ask all participants to give whatever they can to support themselves and others.
You can give as Supporter (£120) or give the Standard (£90) if you are able, otherwise please give whatever donation works for you - even if you can only give £5 right now you’re as welcome as anyone else :)

What are the highlights of the course?
“Sharing and learning from each other allowed us space to grow and taking away action plans each week focused our minds on pro active action.” ~ Jacqueline, London
“More or less everything is a highlight as it is mightily well researched and factual.” ~ Annick, Lindfield
“Being able to believe that I could be brave enough to change my circumstances/life, in order to be happier/make others happier around me.” ~ Michelle, Farnborough

For questions about this particular course please contact the volunteers who are running it:
Lindy Leslie (lindyy@hotmail.co.uk)Rebecca  Rogers (becky@teachit.co.uk)
For general questions about Action for Happiness and the course please contact:
We hope you enjoy the course. Thanks for helping to create a happier world.
The Action for Happiness team

Please note: although the content and materials for this course have been developed and tested by Action for Happiness, this specific course is being run independently by volunteers who support the aims of Action for Happiness, rather than being put on directly by the organisation itself.
Action for Happiness was co-founded by Prof Richard Layard, Sir Anthony Seldon and Geoff Mulgan. Key members of the team include Vanessa King and Dr Mark Williamson. It is backed by the Dalai Lama - the patron of Action for Happiness.
Action for Happiness is a UK Registered Charity (1175160).