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Want to make your own Christmas gifts and decorations?

Now is your chance at Make your own Christmas gifts and decorations workshop.

Make your own Xmas gifts workshop.

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Project Manager (Communications, Networking and PR) for Ecojam Bristol

Closing date: 19th November

Voluntary

As Ecojam Bristol’s Project Manager, you will encourage green organisations and people to make use of Ecojam’s services, and disseminate and stimulate interaction with content through social media. This is a fantastic opportunity to be a mover and shaker in Bristol’s green scene, and build a track record in social media and project management.

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The Waterman of Rajasthan at the Arts House in Bristol

Join us to explore direct community-driven actions towards solving water crises across the world. As part of a wider programme of UK events meeting with landowners, farmers, policy makers and activists, we are very pleased to welcome Rajendra to Bristol.

Friday November at the Arts House from 7 to 8.30pm

Donations appreciated

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Prepare for change – what is the future of work?

From our first day at school to our last day before retirement, a set working day is a constant for many people. But as things change rapidly around us, it is puzzling that our working patterns and cultures have, for the most part, remained so rigid.

A new conference – Prepare for change: the future of work will tackle these issues.

Thursday 20 November 2014, 10am – 4pm
Queens Building, University of Bristol

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Now Recruiting New Volunteer Thursday Team at Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield estate is giving even more access to the house and its collection by opening 364 days a year.

To support this, the property is aiming to recruit a new team of up to 40 volunteers for Thursdays. These new volunteers will welcome visitors and help tell the fascinating story of the family that lived in in this splendid Victorian house, and also reveal its treasure trove of contents.

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Free half-term activities at Windmill City Farm

Half-term activites at Windmill City Farm

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Growing Support Need Social and Therapeutic Gardening Volunteer

We are looking for friendly volunteers, with an interest in gardening or nature, to support our social and therapeutic gardening sessions for people with health and social care needs. At the moment we work mainly with older people with dementia.

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RISE 2014 social enterprise conference – Business Conscience for the Future

RISE is one of the largest student-run social enterprise conferences in the UK. This year, the conference is taking place on Saturday 15th November, focusing on the theme ‘Business Conscience: Innovating for the Future’.

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Sustainable event management for 2015 and beyond

Positive Impact

Climate change and sustainability are hot topics around the globe and Bristol, as European Green Capital, has a unique opportunity in 2015 to position itself as the ‘sustainable event destination’ in the UK.

To assist the Bristol Event Industry to develop its sustainable event credentials, Positive Impact Events will be hosting sustainable event workshops throughout 2015. In advance of these I would like to invite you to an introductory workshop.

Tuesday 25 November 2014

5-7pm

CREATE Centre, Smeaton Road, Spike Island, Bristol, BS1 6XN  Bristol

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Communicate conference 2014: Changing Stories

It’s here, the final programme for Communicate 2014!  And what a line-up!

Communicate Lineup

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