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Learn how to make cheap, healthy meals that taste good – for free! Kitchen on Prescription is a long-term project that will host free weekly cooking workshops on Tuesdays from 12.30-2.30pm at Windsor Community Hall, 1 Windsor Street, Glasgow. The first workshop will take place on Tuesday the 30th of October. GPs, health professionals and […]
A one day course (minimum of 6 hrs teaching) for anyone working in catering or the provision of meals. The course outlines good practice for food handlers to implement in the work place. We deliver high quality training by qualified tutors. The course costs £65+VAT per person, or £50+VAT for Cyrenians Community Food Members. The course is […]
For more information and to book your place see here. As the opportunities and challenges in the sector grow, there are increasing expectations that organisations will become more enterprising and self-reliant. This requires a particular mind-set and approach as well as an openness to risk, a greater understanding of what financial mechanisms are available and […]
Archive programme from the National Library of Scotland Presented and curated by Ruth Washbrook Based on the cult novel by Alan Warner and filmed in and around Oban. Samantha Morton stars in Lynne Ramsay’s second feature. The film is a visually stunning, gritty study of grief. It follows Morvern’s journey from her husbands suicide in […]
Archive programme from the National Library of Scotland Presented by Shona Thomson, A Kind of Seeing Ramsay’s first feature-length film follows a young Glaswegian boy named James after the death of his friend Ryan. With scarce dialogue and a subtle central performance, Ramsay lets the camera communicate James’ emotions. Images in Ratcatcher often feel disconnected and […]
Renfrewshire Social Enterprise Network Meeting, key note speakers, sector information stalls and networking opportunities and of course tea/coffee & biscuits! venue is The Scotland’s Bravest Manufacturing Company facility based in Erskine Hospital on Nursery Avenue Across from the Reid McEwan building.
Breathe new magic into objects in this session for people who regularly work with objects and artefacts. We will show you how to make your stories more exciting and engaging for your audience, while embedding and enriching learning. Perfect for: Museum and art gallery curators and tour guides, community artists and storytellers Next course: Thursday […]
All your troubles disappear for a few hours while your doing this art and crafts and that feeling of peace can stay with you for hours. If you or anyone you know would like to get out and about and meet new people while learning or revisiting past skills do come along you will feel […]
REHIS Eating Well for Older People The REHIS Eating Well for Older People is a certificated, non-examined course that aims to provide participants with the knowledge and appreciation of the importance of good nutrition for older people and how to support them to eat well. The course is non-clinical* and would be suitable for older […]