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Networking and Collaboration: A beginners guide

A FREE collaborative seminar suitable for those in higher education, at the start of their careers or already in established organisations. In this seminar, we will discuss in a straightforward manner why its important, why people are wary of it, what makes someone a good collaborator/networker, the importance of effective collaboration and some hints and […]

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Apprenticeship Expo

Save the date – The Apprenticeship Expo is returning! The biggest Apprenticeship and careers event to take place in the South West annually, during National Apprenticeship week, is back, and bigger and better than ever. There will be 50+ employers for you to meet, offering hundreds of Apprenticeship and career opportunities. These employers have current […]

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NATALIE BENNETT: SYSTEM CHANGE

Can our economic, social, and environmental systems work so that the most responsible choices we make are also the easiest, cheapest, and most obvious? Often when we are faced with environmental or social problems, we find that changing our own actions can initially feel satisfying, but this can sometimes lead to a feeling that the […]

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Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Digital Disruptors (A British Library Livestream)

Join us for a British Library livestream of their Inspiring Entrepreneurs event. Emerging technologies are redefining the ways in which we interact, work and do business. Hear how our panel built their businesses around bold ideas using digital innovation to transform our daily lives. Moderated by Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, founder of STEMettes and panel […]

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THE RELUCTANT ANTHROPOLOGIST: TALES OF MADAGASCAR

World famous anthropologist Maurice Bloch will ask a question: why is it so easy, when we go to somewhere which the tourist industry would describe as very exotic, to get on with people? Part of the answer is that remote people are much less different than we might, at first, believe and that modern society […]

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Simon Yates: My Mountain Life

On the remote Siula Grande in Peru in June 1985, mountaineer Simon Yates found himself in a desperately unenviable position. He was slowly being pulled off the mountain face by his injured partner, Joe Simpson, dangling on the rope 50 metres below.  His decision to cut the rope saved both their lives in the epic […]

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The Story of the Solar System – live stage show

Few stories are more exciting, more extraordinary, than that of our Solar System and the planets, moons, asteroids and comets that orbit the star we call the Sun. In this thrilling live show, astronomer Will Gater brings this remarkable tale to the stage. The Story of the Solar System explores how the planets came to […]

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Royal School of Needlework Beginners Hand Embroidery Class

Looking for a new hobby? The Royal School of Needlework is bringing ‘Stitching for the Terrified’ to its satellite school in Exeter, a specially designed class for the absolute beginner to hand embroidery. The class will teach essential information about needles, fabric and threads. You will learn how to put fabric in a frame, starting […]

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Lingotot Taster Session

Lingotot teaches French and Spanish to children aged 0-11 in the community, schools and nurseries. Come and join us at Exeter Children’s Library for a chance to learn some French and Spanish with lots of songs, games and a story. You don’t need to speak the language already, just come along and have some fun!” […]

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Business Advice with Cartridges Business Hub

Every second Tuesday of each month, get advice on starting, growing or developing your business idea from a range of expert business advisors. Cartridges Business Hub gives you access to free initial business advice and signposting to a range of vetted and trusted expert business advisors on a range of subjects. Library staff will also […]

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