Be part of an exciting research and development project with Dreadnought South West:
Dreadnought South West – the organisation that brought you 'Oxygen', a play in celebration of the great 1913 suffrage pilgrimage – is researching and developing material through a range of activities, asking – what is a rebellious sound?
Dreadnought will be hosting a free workshop at Exeter Central Library on Tuesday 21st October to talk about Rebellious Sounds and how you can get involved.
Is there a particular woman or event – a speech, a book, a photograph – that...
Location: Meeting Room 4, Exeter Central Library, Castle Street, Exeter
For Extrememe Imagination we would like to invite you, your brothers and sisters and friends, your parents and carers, your grandparents, even your great grandparents, to come and create stories with us in Exeter Central Library.
In the workshops you will work with some brilliant writers, artists and scientists to create stories around the themes of Love, Leadership, Food, Technology and Justice. The workshops might involve creative writing, poetry, printmaking...
If your organisation is looking to take your social media activity to the next level or you’re ready to get things started then this could be the perfect event for you.
This FREE event being held for the second time by Doodlebug Marketing & Design is back by popular demand and will see business owners Zoe Keeping & Ben Hicks deliver four 45 minute sessions to local businesses to provide insight, advice and tips on the way forward.
It will be Taking place from 1pm on Thursday 23rd October at The Generator, Exeter.
A breakfast seminar outlining the latest employment law updates is taking place in Exeter on 30 September, covering everything from zero hours contracts to calculating holiday pay.
Ideal for managers, HR advisors and business owners, the seminar, organised by leading legal firm Stephens Scown LLP will cover:
• Calculating holiday pay – should you include overtime and commission? • Zero hours contracts – what is allowed? • Can obesity be a disability? • What action can you take if an employee leaves without giving due...
We are very pleased to be running again our highly successful Business Planning workshop on the 10th and 11th of September at Exeter University.
This workshop has given many South West business owners the knowledge, ability, confidence and inspiration to drive their business forward using their own bespoke business plan.
"I attended the Business strategy and planning workshop as a business owner constantly running out of time, spinning plates and with no real direction. I left as a business owner with a strategy on how to implement a properly defined path of direction, how...
Saturday12 April, 9am-noon, in the Studio and Grounds at Poltimore House.
An opportunity to spend a morning with Philip Smith, the renowned garden photographer behind the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition. A one hour talk will be followed by a practical demonstration of photography in our gardens. The talk will take place in the Studio, followed by afternoon tea or coffee served with a choice of cake (included in the price) before venturing out into the garden for a demonstration. Bring your own camera, as you will...
Join TV celebrity chef Richard Hunt of the Devon Scone Company and try your hand at making savoury scones and a homemade chutney and traditional scones and a homemade preserve! This is a Fun Kitchen family activity, celebrating Devon's best independent 'foodie' businesses, by discovering and cooking up all sorts of delectable Devon tastes.
There is no need for any previous cookery experience, and no need to bring any ingredients or any equipment. All our adult cookery classes include ingredients, use of aprons and chef hats, refreshments and recipes.
If you have ever wanted to try glassmaking, fine print methods or see exquisite embriodery or minatures being painted and fired in close-up then it's worth visiting the Devon GuIld in Bovey Tracy this December. The local craft centre and gallery nurtures craft makers from all over the South West - from potters and jewellers to weavers and metalworkers. A number of Members including popular Totnes based ceramicist Iris Milward and John Hagger, traditional leather bagmaker and sadler, have offered to give live action demonstrations of their skills at the Guild, every Saturday in...