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Community Cafe & Coffee Morning
Saturday 9 November: 10am to 12 noon.
We will be serving brunch to include freshly brewed coffee or tea with a selection of cakes and freshly made bacon rolls. Sheila Jones lovely fresh free range eggs will also be for sale.
Sivananda Yoga with Evangeline Di Michele
at The Garron Centre
Evangeline's yoga teaching is Sivananda based. A school of Hatha yoga that takes inspiration from the teachings of Swami Sivananda. Maximum class size is 12 people to provide appropriate
Sivananda yoga places a strong emphasis on physical health and well-being. It is an open-hearted, joyous practice that consists of 12 basic asanas, practised in sequence but punctuated by periods of complete relaxation in savasana (corpse pose) that makes this friendly class for all including the less energetic and elderly. Sivananda yoga also focuses on breathing, spirituality and meditation.
Yoga helps create flexibility and space in the body to allow energy to come and go.
Yoga helps to connect with mind body and spirit body
Yoga helps relieve stress and boost vitality
Yoga helps improve digestion and improve metabolism
Yoga helps reduce weight and fat in the body
Yoga helps restore and re-energise the body
Yoga helps with self-empowerment and for those who need a positive change in their life styles.
Yoga is like music in one's body ...
For more information and to book a place please contact:
Evangeline Di Michele
07729 992 092
Carousel: A Herefordshire Life Through a Lens film
Carousel' is a new film featuring aspects of Herefordshire life, with interviews and lots of old photographs and will be screened during March and April in Hereford, Ledbury, Leominster and Malvern as part of the Border Lines Film Festival (see link at the bottom of this piece).
Following audience favourites, 'Stories from the Hop Yards' and 'Chewing the Cud', this new Catcher Media film delves deeper into the Derek Evans’ photographic archive from the 1950s-1970s, bringing you the stories behind his photographs of the county, from the May Fair to Hereford United, from the Fownhope Heart of Oak walk to jazz clubs, from childhood to politics and much more.
The film is part of the Herefordshire Life Through a Lens project, which explores the huge collection of images and negatives from Herefordshire photographer Derek Evans.
Alongside digitising and exhibiting his archive, the project is creating an extensive selection of over a 100 oral history videos from Herefordshire people, about the memories the photographs evoke. The archive consists of over 200,000 negatives, 790 exhibition images, hundreds of prints, scrapbooks full of newspaper cuttings, photo journals, and daily log books of the studio's activities.
Rural & Business Crime Officer Paul Crumpton of West Mercia Police recently provided valuable Crime Prevention advice including how to stay safe at home, work and online.
Paul has supplied a pdf summary of the presentation which can be viewed via this link .
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