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Tue 22 January

Liverpool Network Theatre Group - weekly workshop

Meeting of Liverpool Holistic Circle

Sat 2 February

Liverpool Friends of Palestine Vigil

Wed 6 February

Liverpool Friends of Palestine Monthly Meeting

Thu 23 May

Developing Non-Religious Pastoral Support

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Today's date - Tuesday 22 January 2019

Tue 22 January - Liverpool Network Theatre Group - weekly workshop

Our ongoing weekly workshops are open to all. We share skills, try out new ideas, and most of all have fun!
Network workshops are held every week, including half term and summer breaks.
Please feel free to come along to any workshops, whatever amount of experience you have, from beginner to drama student to professional!
The workshops are held on a drop-in basis, different leader and topic every week, no need to pre-book, we ask for £3 [waged] or £1.50 [unwaged] to cover costs. Regular, new and returning members are always equally welcome!
The start time is 7pm, running until 9pm.

If you decide to join Network there is a yearly subscription fee of £5 waged, £3 unwaged.

Why not come along? Non members also welcome.

7 pm till 9pm - 5th Floor of The Tempest Building (above HUS), 12 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool - location map

Telephone: 0151 733 9606

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Tue 22 January - Meeting of Liverpool Holistic Circle

Liverpool Holistic Circle is a forum for sharing and increasing knowledge of all things holistic.

The group is almost unique: there is no membership, no enrolment and no commitments. Just turn up on any Tuesday evening and join in with the information, inspiration, fun, sharing, tea and biscuits.

There is no formal membership, but to cover costs we request a donation of �4.00 per meeting attended.

Our weekly Tuesday meetings cover a huge range of subjects relating to complementary therapies, holism and spirituality. All like-minded people are welcome to come to join us, either regularly or as a one-off.

See website for details of the weekly talks, events, and activities.

7.30pm - The Rosicrucian Chapter, 19, Dovedale Road, Liverpool - location map


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Sat 2 February - Liverpool Friends of Palestine Vigil

Liverpool Friends of Palestine hold their monthly vigil at the bottom of Church Street outside HSBC bank. Vigils held on the first Saturday of every month.

12pm till 2pm - Church Street, Liverpool city centre - location map


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Wed 6 February - Liverpool Friends of Palestine Monthly Meeting

Monthly meeting of Liverpool Friends of Palestine. (Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month.) All welcome.

7pm - Unite The Union, Jack Jones House, 2 Churchill Way, Liverpool - location map


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Thu 23 May - Developing Non-Religious Pastoral Support

Humanists UK is committed to ensuring that all people with non-religious beliefs have access to pastoral support, just as religious people have access to such support. It does this through its pastoral arm, Humanist Care. We are also committed to ensuring that non-religious people should be able and capable of providing pastoral support to all those who want it, irrespective of their religion or belief.
We are building a network of Humanists UK accredited non-religious pastoral carers to provide that support, and now have nearly 150 operating across a range of institutional settings throughout the UK.
Simon O'Donoghue will cover the rationale for a non-religious pastoral support service in institutional and community settings, and highlight some of the key challenges that have had to be overcome to establish the service, as well as the current and future opportunities.
Simon became Humanists UK’s first full-time Head of Pastoral Support in early 2016.
Whilst working for a mental health charity earlier in his career, Simon set up many support groups across the UK for service users and carers, and he helped campaign on a number of initiatives related to mental health equality. He then went on to be the first male employed by a domestic violence organisation in Cheshire, where he established a refuge for male victims and a voluntary CBT programme for abusive men.
We'll be going over the road to the Old Post Office pub after the talk - you're very welcome to join us!

19:00 - 20:45 - Liverpool Quaker Meeting House - location map


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