Notice Board 2015
Funded HELP for small businesses
Have you signed up?
This funded, supportive eight step programme for small businesses provides a unique mix of practical support, expertise, shared learning and strategic focus on the best way to grow your business, and will be delivered by Hertfordshire Business School in Hatfield.
Sign up today and check your eligibility for funding. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01707 28552
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"Join Me on the Bridge" event
Soroptimist St Albans & District local women's group to mark International Women's Day at Verulamium Park,
St Albans on 8 March 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
Celebrate with women and girls all over the world
“Make it Happen” - the theme for 2015
Find out more and register your interest T: 07834345796
Please tell your friends/contacts/anyone who wants to come - women, men, girls, boys, dogs are all welcome!
Charity Concert for Bereavement Matters
Isabel Beyer & Harvey Dagul (piano duettists) special guest Guy Dagul.
Sunday 15 March 2015 ~ 3.00 pm
Tickets (includes tea & cakes)
Adults £12.50, 11-16 yrs £6.00,
10 yrs and under FREE
Cavalier Hall, St Stephen’s Church
Watling Street, St. Albans AL1 2PX
Tickets available on the door (cash or cheque only)
or ring: 01727 841914 email: email@example.com
THE ST ALBANS CHARITY CYCLE RIDE
The Ride takes place on Sunday 17th May 2015.
The Rotary Clubs in St Albans organise the event to raise money for local charities through rider sponsorship.
The Cycle Ride welcomes new entrants and sees the return of many who have taken part before at all levels of age, fitness and cycling proficiency.
Full details of the Cycle Ride and how to enter it can be obtained at www.saccr.co.uk or by phoning 0300 365260. We are on Facebook and Twitter @ SACCRide.
Reaching out to all visually impaired residents
St Albans & District Talking Newspaper (“SADTN”) helps blind and partially-sighted residents keep in touch with what’s going on in their local community. Every listener is provided free-of-charge with a playback unit and four audio programmes posted each month. Programmes include news stories and readers’ letters from the local papers, articles from local and national magazines, interviews with local ‘celebrities’, previews of music/arts events, audio book reviews and more. If you know someone who is visually impaired, please help them to enjoy these programmes by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
More details here
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