Dance your way to Keeping Fit – every Thursday Coronation Hall
DANCE YOUR WAY TO FEELING FIT
AT THE CORONATION HALL, SLINDON
Every Thursday 7.30pm – 8.30pm during term time
This is an alternative to a regular Aerobics or Zumba class. The class is informal and friendly and you will be encouraged to work at your own pace. Over time the classes will improve your co-ordination and movements and sequences will become familiar.
All abilities and ages welcome
Drop-in class £6 per session
If you would like further information please do not hesitate to contact
Slindon Cinema – ‘Casablanca’ Friday & Saturday 28 & 29 February at 7.30
Coronation Hall, Reynolds Lane, Slindon BN18 0QZ
‘ThinkIn’ Debate with Tortoise Media – Politics is Broken – how can we fix it?
Wednesday 4 March, 6pm Coronation Hall, Reynolds Lane Slindon.
Free but tickets need to be booked in advance (see below).
Tortoise Media is a media-based think-tank dedicated to slower, wiser news and ThinkIns are the engine of their journalism. ThinkIns aim to create better informed news stories – informed by unscripted open debate with the public. Last August, Tortoise Media ran a ThinkIn in Slindon about what it means to be British, and all who came found the debate (and the event itself) interesting, thought provoking and stimulating.
Tortoise Media are back on 4 March with another ThinkIn –
The Rules: How can we fix British politics?
Politics is broken. The gap between the powerful and powerless is widening. People feel locked out. How do we fix it? The question is too big to think about, but too urgent to ignore. Where do we start? At Tortoise, we believe we need to rewrite the rules for politics in a so-called “codified constitution”. But first, how do we get there? We need to remember how it’s supposed to work, work out what problems we’re solving, design new principles for the deal between the people and the people in charge and create fresh ideas for our democracy. Together.
The Rules need a rewrite. @tortoise we want your help to debate, design and deliver the new rules for British politics.