Place based learning event

Sustainability Education through community engagement Monday 20th April 2.00 – 3.30pm , Rolle 207 , Plymouth University. Educational outcomes related to sustainability increasingly include a range of competencies and attributes that are best developed through experiential and active learning opportunities. Using the city as a potential space for learning is one approach that can help us to […]

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Genesis Open Day

The Millfields Trust are having an Open Day on Wednesday 29th April 2015 from 10am – 12 noon. This will be a wonderful opportunity to view their exclusive office space to rent, from 145 – 1600 square feet in their Genesis building. Plus, there’s the chance to win £100 in the prize draw! There is […]

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AGM 19th May 2015

This is official notice of the forthcoming PSEN AGM to be held on 19th May 2015, 1.00 to 3.00pm in Rehearsal Room 01 at TR2 As well as the AGM business, we will be convening a “Social Soapbox” from which members will be able to speak for up to three minutes on a social issue […]

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Totnes Local Entrepreneur Forum 14th May

The 4th annual Local Entrepreneur Forum is set for May 14th. Do you have a new or growing local venture to pitch? Or still in the idea stage? Or have cash, expertise, or extra hugs you can invest with the enterprising change maker next door? More details here, including ‘early bird’ discounts on booking. Tweet

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Emergency first aid course 21st April

Emergency First Aid 1 day course (6 hours) £50 per person 21st April 2015 Venue: Routeways Centre Limited, 41-43 Chapel Street, Mount Wise, PL1 4DU 9.30 Start, 12.30 lunch (please bring your own), 1300 re-start, 1600/1630 finish Book your place now   www.bookwhen.com/routeways For more information contact 01752 856707 We can also deliver 1st aid training […]

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Plymouth Social Enterprises will benefit from £2 million investment over the next three years

A mixture of loans and grants will be made available to organisations which could create up to 200 jobs, with many in neighbourhoods where there are fewer work opportunities. The funding is from Plymouth City Council’s innovative investment fund which has been designed to support organisations which give back to the city and its residents. […]

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