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Bring your filled Cancer Research UK charity bags with clothes, books and puzzles to the Hub no later than 16:00 on Tuesday 4 November.

Come along to the Hub between 11:00-15:30 on Wednesday 5 November for the SlamDunkJunk recycling challenge, and see how many items of rubbish you can throw into the correct bin!

Come and meet representatives from Forever Living Products, world leaders in the production of aloe vera products, at lunchtime on Thursday 6 November.

The Suffolk Police Community Support Officers will be in the Hub from 12.30 on Friday 7 November.

 

Do you struggle to know which bin to dunk your junk into? Apparently, 9 out of 10 people say that they would recycle more if they knew how. Rubbish put into the wrong bin means more of our waste goes to landfill.

To help you sort your waste, BT’s Better Future team have developed a new on-line tool WhatWasteWhere, which tells you exactly which bin to use.

To kick-off recycling to a good start they’re holding a SlamDunkJunk challenge in the Hub on Wednesday 5 November. Come along between 11:00-15:30 and see how many items of rubbish you can throw into the correct bin! There’ll be a SlamDunkJunk trophy for the champion scorer and a £50 prize draw up for grabs on the day.

Recycling will help to reduce BT’s impact on the environment. Why not make sure that your waste goes into the correct bin and help us to be a force for Net Good.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 30 October.

Tribes Travel Company founder, Amanda Marks, will be visiting the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 21 October to offer you a free copy of their ‘Book of Unmissable Travel Experiences’.  She is happy to recommend some wonderful places to visit and incredible things to do on your holiday.

A representative from School Governors’ One-Stop Shop will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 22 October to explain how you can become a School Governor and answer any questions you may have.

The RSPB will be promoting their “Giving Nature a Home” campaign and explaining how you can help wildlife.  Leaflets advertising their local reserves, membership details and current conservation projects across the region will also be available.

The RSPB will be promoting their “Giving Nature a Home” campaign and explaining how you can help wildlife. Leaflets advertising their local reserves, membership details and current conservation projects across the region will also be available.

Looking for a unique, challenging and inspirational opportunity in your area? Why not become a School Governor?

Local schools are appealing to business professionals to volunteer their skills and expertise.

Volunteering as a school governor will allow you to contribute to the education of local children, as well as inspire and influence tomorrow’s generation. Not only will you be helping to improve schools in your community, but with free training from the Local Authority, it is an opportunity to develop your professional skills in a unique educational environment.

A representative from School Governors’ One-Stop Shop will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 22 October to answer your questions.

For more information, visit http://www.becomeagovernor.com, e-mail Fay Marshall, or contact 020 7288 9541.

Tribes Travel is a local company based in Otley.  A multi-award winning specialist tour operator, they organise tailor-made holidays and safaris in Africa, Latin America and Asia.  Tribes Travel is all about planning special, memorable holidays, whether that is watching the wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara, crossing India in the Palace on Wheels, trekking the Inca Trail, or chilling out on Zanzibari beaches.

Company founder, Amanda Marks, will be visiting the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 21 October to offer you a free copy of their ‘Book of Unmissable Travel Experiences’.  She is happy to recommend some wonderful places to visit and incredible things to do on your holiday.

 

 

The Book People will be in the Hub between 11.00-14.30, Tuesday 14 October.

Meet representatives from the National Trust in the Hub on Wednesday 15 October and find out how to become a member. They will also be highlighting properties and places to visit in Suffolk and beyond.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 16 September.

A Cancer Research UK charity bag distribution service will be available lunchtime in the Hub between 12.00-14.00 on Friday 17 October and for the following weeks from the coffee shops in Orion building and the Hub.

Meet representatives from the National Trust in the Hub on Wednesday 15 October and find out how to become a member. They will also be highlighting properties and places to visit in Suffolk and beyond.

A Cancer Research UK charity bag distribution service will be available lunchtime in the Hub between 12.00-14.00 on Friday 17 October and for the following weeks from the coffee shops in Orion building and the Hub.  Simply collect a bag from one of these locations, dig out your unwanted items – clothes, books, puzzles, in fact any pre-loved items that can be re-sold in shops that are not likely to break during transport.  Bring your filled bag to the donation station in the Hub on Tuesday 4 November, no later than 16.00.  If you can help with bag distribution or the donation station, please contact Mary Hills.

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