Programme for Day


Saturday 11th October 2014 at Lynnsports – Sandringham Suite

To be opened at 10am by The Mayor Cllr Barry Ayres

 

Places will be limited and to ensure a place email your interest at SIKingsLynn@gmail.com or just join us on the day.You can join us for some of the sessions or all of them if you wish. Not forgetting the taster sessions/health MOT and stalls. Timings are approximate and may vary depending on numbers.

 

In the morning starting at 10.15 free of charge

 

10.15 am Dementia Friends Information Session – Rose Waterman

People with dementia sometimes need a helping hand to go about their daily lives and feel included in their local community. This Dementia Friends Information Session aims to give people an understanding of dementia and the small things they can do that can make a difference to people living with dementia – from helping someone find the right bus to spreading the word about dementia. 

11.15 am Safeguarding in Norfolk – Amanda Murr 

Amanda Murr is the Briefing and Development Officer for the Safeguarding and Investigations Command Norfolk Constabulary. Amanda delivers on the strategic work relating to domestic and honour abuse for the command. 

11.45 am Finding Motivation – Ghyslaine Clarke, MBACP  

07473 139175    hello@seethewholepicture.co.uk 

Ghyslaine Clarke is an experienced counsellor and coach based in Kings Lynn.  Last year she published a workbook “Take Charge of Your Life” (available in paperback from her website – www.seethewholepicture.co.uk and on Amazon for Kindle.)  Ghyslaine’s presentation focuses on finding motivation and offers you the opportunity to try out an exercise or two from the book.

12.30 pm Cookery demonstration – Vanessa Scott

www.strattonshotel.com

Vanessa Scott grew up in rural Norfolk within a large family where her passion for regional foods first developed. “Baking was part of these extraordinary women’s lives, there were always fabulous aromas and delicious foods coming from their kitchens, despite the adversities of war and the need for thrift they were the anchors of a great family life ”, remembers Vanessa. “The skills they had fifty years ago are skills revered today within the more male environs of the celebrity chef. This is the natural way I learned to cook utilising the foods from our back doorstep, fresh foods, packed with flavours and nutrition”.

‘Vanessa will show how easy it is to produce an interesting light lunch or supper using a food processor and lots of good wholesome store cupboard ingredients and fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables’

 

In the afternoon starting at 2.15 free of charge

 

2.15 pm Pilates – Elke Martin  

07971 440539 or elke@pilates.orangehome.co.uk

Elke Martin has a wealth of experience in the health and fitness arena and is an Associate Member of the Body Control Pilates Association. Pilates delivers many health benefits and certainly over time allows your body to become longer, leaner, supple and strong. 

Pilates improves posture, develops core stability and is a thinking person’s exercise with principles attached.

3.00pm “Moving Well”- Edwin Salter  

Edwin Alan Salter PhD: worked in theatre (including Laban movement) and then as an academic, now in counselling/psychotherapy. The session will be with practical examples.

 

 

All Day – Reduced charges will apply

 

Reflexology/ Reiki – Ian Wells

 

Reflexology/Indian head massage – Wendy Thompson

 

Manicures/pedicures – Imagine Spa   

 

 

Health MOTs:

Health trainers will provide free on the day health MOT’s which will include height, weight, BMI and blood pressure. As well as being able to talk about any health areas of concern.

 

Smoothie bike

 

Stalls (in addition to the above)

 

MIND, Homestart, West Norfolk Carers, SIGBI awareness campaigns, Neil’s Yard, The Natural Therapy Centre, Leeway, Pandora Project