The Little Theatre proudly presents ‘Sleeping Beauty’, a pantomime for all the family! Sleeping Beauty is an enchanting love story over the course of 118 years, with the all important goodies, baddies and dames!!
Tickets cost £7 each / Family ticket (2 adults 2 children) cost £25
Matinee performance at 2.30pm on 19th / 20th / 26th January 2019
Evening Performance at 7.30pm on 26th January 2019
For tickets visit www.littletheatredonnington.co.uk
The Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing is a dynamic learning community, committed to enhancing the quality of education, health and wellbeing for people locally, nationally and internationally. We offer courses in education studies, community health, health studies, midwifery, nursing, Physiotherapy, paramedic science, psychology, public health, social care, social work, sport and physical activity and teaching.
If you wish to find out more information about how to apply to us, when to apply, where you will be taught and inform you about our upcoming open days, please come along to one of the following drop in sessions. For further information please contact 01952 277777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
23.01.2019 10am – 1pm
29.03.2019 10am -1pm
International Academy is offering an IELTS Preparation Course which can help you improve your English language skills and prepare you for the Cambridge IELTS test.
The Cambridge IELTS test is required by professional registration bodies such as The Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Please note this is a preparation course only; the IELTS test must be booked and paid for independently at a registered IELTS Test Centre.
10 week course, 2 hours per week 9.30 – 11.30am
To find out more, please contact:
Tel: 01952 277777
This session will introduce you to applied sport and exercise psychology, some of the most topical areas of work, approaches used and benefits to sport and exercise participants. It will also describe the career routes and relate these to the University of Wolverhampton offer. Delivered by Dr Chris Sellars who has over 20 years’ experience of applied sport psychology with elite and sub-elite athletes.
Interested in inspiring the next generation of digital makers? Perfect – this session is designed to give you all the information you need to get started.
Tim Wilson, our Midlands coordinator, will be on hand to welcome you to the community and tell you everything you need to know about Code Club.
The session will cover:
What is a Code Club?
How to get started with Code Club
An introduction to Scratch and the Code Club learning projects
Who is the training for?
Adults (16+) who would like to know more about getting involved with Code Club
Although you don’t need any coding experience to volunteer with Code Club, this particular training session is for those who have a basic knowledge of coding
If you have any questions before the session, please get in touch by email to email@example.com or by contacting @codeclubwmids on Twitter.
We look forward to meeting you there!
For those who are already studying or working in this area or who wish to study or work in this area in the future. Come and find out about all the opportunities open to you. Dr Chris Sellars will deliver the session which will feature some of the many successful University of Wolverhampton Sport students and the career paths that they have followed.
Echoes from Auschwitz: Jewish child forced labourers and the Holocaust
During the Second World War, 1.5 million Jewish children were murdered in the Holocaust. Only a small minority survived as child forced labourers, in hiding or with partisan groups. Jewish children were forced to work in ghettoes, concentration and labour camps, in industry and agriculture; the Wehrmacht and SS deployed children in particular in construction work on fortifications, roads and airfields. The lecture will focus on a recently finished project in which hundreds of testimonies as well as contemporary and post-war documents have been researched. Some aspects of the children’s living and working experiences and their chances of survival will be analysed.
Looking for a great value day out this Early May Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday (5th & 6th May). Look no further than a visit to the wonderful Weston Park and its Plant Hunters’ Fair. With a really great value entrance price of just £3.00 for this special event which includes entry to the gardens and parkland and the great Plant Hunters’ Fair.
The plant fair has become a magnet for plant lovers from near and far with a great line-up of nurseries to create a plant lover’s paradise. The mix of nurseries ensures there’s something for every type of garden; little gems to tempt the most discerning plants person and lots of help and advice for the new or less experienced gardener.
Weston is an award-winning stately home set in 1000 acres of “Capability” Brown parkland much of it wooded and planted with spring bulbs, bluebells, azaleas and rhododendrons. There are miles of woodland walks, lakes and the beautiful formal gardens to explore. Children can let off steam in the Woodland Adventure Playground. Relax and unwind over a coffee in the Deli or enjoy lunch in the Granary Grill. The house will also be open from 1pm (additional charge). The miniature railway will also be running (additional charge) Full details from www.planthuntersfairs.co.uk
We are pleased to announce that the 6th running of the Apley Estate multi-terrain event presented by Wrekin Road Runners will be on the 29th September 2019.
We will again be raising funds for Stockton Church and St. Milburga Church in Beckbury.
Due to the nature of the location and accessibility the distances may vary slightly from 5k, 10k and 21k; we will adjust the course chip timing to ensure it reflects the distances and provides you with accurate pacing splits.
Add the date to your diary and don’t forget to like our facebook page to keep you up to date with news and information about the race.
Minimum age on race day:
21k- 17 yo
10k – 17 yo
5k – 12yo
There is plenty of car parking available but please take care and have consideration for the land owner as well as other drivers.
Please note all parts of the Apley Estate are strictly private at all times other than for these races.
21k – 10:30
10k – 10:40
5k – 10:50
Course details: Route maps to follow
The 5k loop – 1 lap
The 10k loop – 1 lap
The 21k loop – 2 laps (consists of the 10k loop followed by a 11k loop)
We advise the use of trail shoes for all distances and feel these are more appropriate than spikes.