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Everyone’s a comedian…Comedy Special for Kids

January 7, 2014

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I’m thrilled to be running this comedy workshop for 10-14yr olds at Oswestry Library later this month.

Aimed at youngsters who want to develop their confidence and their communication skills to give them an edge as they grow and move into the big wide world this afternoon session is guaranteed to be fun, funny and give them some tips to start developing their own communication style and enhance their listening skills too.

The session leads into our regular fortnightly Speak Easy Club that meets after school at the library every other Tuesday and focuses on the same skill set but in a more structured format. Mind you, we still have fun.

So, why not send your son or daughter along to find out more and share in the fun?

If you would like to find out more beforehand, please feel free to contact me on 01691 700800.

Falling in love again…

July 22, 2011

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In a recession we all take steps to cut our spending both at home and in business but is this really always the best strategy?

With so many companies falling by the wayside, the desire to hold on to what money we have is understandable but not necessarily pragmatic. However, there are ways to maximise on potential client opportunities without breaking the bank.

Let’s explore a  few affordable options.

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Oswestry Food & Drink Festival

July 6, 2011

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This year sees the 5th Annual Food and Drink Festival come to Oswestry.

On Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th July the town centre will be alive with food stalls, live music and children’s activities.

The festival gets started on Friday 8th July with Pasta Mania at Upstairs Downstairs on Leg Street from 10am to 4pm, followed by a lively public debate on food issues, chaired by John Vidal, Environmental Editor for the Guardian which takes place at the Memorial Hall from 7.30pm.

The weekend gets into full swing on Saturday with stalls popping up in New Street, Bailey Street and Cross Street with the Market Hall and local shops hosting a range activities to entertain and delight.

With plentiful sampling to be had and even a bit of dancing in the Memorial Hall scheduled for Sunday afternoon, there’s something for everyone in Oswestry this weekend.

Find out more and download your official programme here http://www.oswestryfoodfestival.co.uk/

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