Continuing the Crunchers Accountants Business Seminar Series...
Title: 'Understanding your Accounts - the Basics'
Speaker: Damion Viney
Venue: The Crown and Greyhound Function Room, 73 Dulwich Village, London SE21 7BJ
Date: Monday 24th February 2014
Time: 7pm – 8.30 pm
Business Accounts were not originally developped to submit tax returns, but rather to give business owners the information they needed to manage their businesses.
However it is quite common for business owners to have little idea what the numbers on their accounts refer to or how they have been arrived at.
Slow down! Be still, find calm and get collected at Brockwell Lido Meditation with Dan every Thursday 7-8pm inside Whippersnappers. Explore Resonance Technique, discuss meditation history and philosophy, take instruction and then lose white noise with the collective energy of others in a convivial candlelit atmosphere. Cushions supplied but you can take any posture, chairs included. Only a fiver.
Enjoy a night inspired by the fascinating world of taxidermy.
Drop into a live taxidermy art demonstration, take a tour of the After Life exhibition and Natural History Gallery, get a picture taken in our taxidermy photo booth, and enjoy live circus swing music with Gabby Young and the Other Animals, quirky film screenings, food and bar.
Tickets: £5. Book online and find out more. Over-18s only.
Thursday Tai Chi classes...
Ti Chi Chuan - Learn to focus, unwind, and meditate - co-ordinate mind and body whilst learning this ancient Chinese system - For more details of this lineage and what we teach please check...
The next course of Thursday evening Tai Chi classes start this week on the 13th Feb at 7-30pm and will continue on the 20th and 27th Feb and then on the 20th and 27th March (Note - no class on the 6th or 13th of March)
This will be a 5 week course exploring more of the Tai Chi basics and is suitable for students of all levels...
Location - Rosendale allotments community building, 227 Rosendale Road, London SE21 8LR
Meet at the allotment site entrance - All welcome
AEROBICS, FUN DANCE, CIRCUIT M I X !!!
Every body can join in the fun, it's a loosely arranged fitness / circuit class so you can move at your own pace, choose your own equipment/exercise, and join in with the group when you can. Ages range from 20s to 70s.
You'll get a good warmup, thorough workout, and feel amazingly stretched at the end.
Try a rebounder, Swiss ball, weights, hula hoops, bands...
Make some new friends, set yourself a personal goal, ask me your questions about exercise/diet (I'm also a Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach), find more body confidence and maybe you'll be skipping out of the building when you're done!
£7. 5 classes for £30. You +2 friends £20.
Check out www.kathyyvanovich.co.uk to see how I can help you reach your healthy lifestyle goals more easily. Tell me, before/after class, how I can help you.
Remember, 9.30am on Fridays!
Fun and Fitness to fiesta-style and popular world music. Great music, easy dance moves, low impact to suit all ages/abilities.
Zumba Gold dance fitness is the gentler version of the popular zumba format: high on fun and energy, with slower movement changes and no hops or jumps (unless You want to!).
Join us for the camaraderie and total silliness of a round-the-world music and dance fiesta of fabulousness.
See you soon!!
The Little Disco Company brings you a cool day time disco for parents and their under 7s. A fun and entertaining alternative to the local ballet / music / football classes and one which you can enjoy together as a family.
Go crazy swirling and twirling your little ones around the dance floor and show them how you get down to the latest pop tunes and those retro disco classics that you love to dance to (go on, admit it!)
If you're a bit rusty and need a warm up before you really show the kids how it’s done then the licensed bar will provide you with a little help. Have a drink and socialise with the other big kids while you watch the little kids go crazy on the dance floor from a safe distance. It has also proven to be a great meet up place for small groups of friends.
As well as a DJ playing dance floor fillers and kids favourites there will be other boredom busting activities such as face painting, balloons, bubbles, games and competitions and prizes, as well as child friendly drinks and snacks to complete this fun packed afternoon.
On Wednesday 12th February, Dulwich Books will take the place of the surgery as Dr Rosemary Leonard regales us with tales from her second book, Doctor’s Notes.
“I’m in the wrong job,” I said to our practice nurse, ‘I should definitely have been a detective.”
The life of a GP is filled with weird and wonderful queries, mystery ailments and unexplained symptoms. In this second book about her London surgery, BBC Breakfast’s Dr Leonard will recall some of her most puzzling and surprising cases.
Dr Leonard’s work as a consultant to national television, radio and newspapers makes her one of the country’s best-known doctors. She is the resident doctor on BBC Breakfast, and also writes a weekly page for the Daily Express and a weekly column in “S” magazine. She is the medical editor and regular feature writer for Woman and Home Magazine, and also writes for Tesco Healthy Living Magazine.
Rosemary was awarded an M.B.E. for her services to healthcare in the New Year’s Honours List, 2004.
Praise for Doctor, Doctor
Twice the crime thrilling crime novelist for your money on Monday 3rd March at Dulwich Books, as veteran journalist James Naughtie and new talent Sarah Hilary both present their fiction debuts.
The Madness of July – James Naughtie
Drawing on his decades of experience as a political insider in Westminster and Washington, Radio 4’s James Naughtie brings us a sophisticated thriller about loyalty and survival in the Cold War.
It is a sweltering July in the mid-1970’s, and for Will Flemyng, foreign office minister, the temperature is rising with each passing hour. A mysterious death has exposed secret passions in government, bringing on a political crisis that will draw him back into a familiar world of danger and deceit.
A perfect blend of style and sophistication, the tone is spot on and reads like the best of Le Carre. –Sheila at Dulwich Books
Someone Else’s Skin – Sarah Hilary
Former bookseller, travel writer and award winning short story writer, Sarah Hilary brings her devastating and brilliant debut to Dulwich.