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Spirent Communications including iTest will have a stand at the Hub, Adastral Park on Monday 9 May.
The stand will be on site from 10am to 4pm during which time Spirent people will be available to discuss the latest solutions designed to deliver tomorrows networks.
Spirent’s innovative solutions enable the successful introduction of new services and technologies for Service Providers, Manufacturers and Enterprise organisations.
From the Lab to the Field and Live Network, Spirent innovations address Networks, Applications, Mobility and Positioning.
With iTest, automated test processes accelerate system and network testing – helping service providers, manufacturers and enterprises to deliver quality services to market quicker and more efficiently.
The Book People will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 4 May.
Find out more about bowel cancer by visiting the team from Bowelsrus.org.uk in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 5 May (moved from 3 May).
Find out more about bowel cancer by visiting the team from Bowelsrus.org.uk in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 5 May (moved from 3 May). The team will also be promoting a ball to be held at Trinity Park on Saturday 16th July to help promote awareness of bowel cancer. Proceeds will go towards Lynn’s Bowel Cancer Campaign.
Prospect will be in the Hub lunchtime on Wednesday 27 April.
There’s nothing booked in the Hub this week but there is a Carbon Club event in the Alan Rudge theatre on Wednesday 20 April.
Have a great Easter break!
Wednesday 20 April – 12:30-13:30
Alan Rudge Lecture Theatre, Antares Building
Which of these concerns you most: depletion of fossil fuel energy resources or global warming? In this talk Dave Faulkner will explain how we can tackle both of these important issues at the same time. Biochar is carbon made from biomass from a sustainable source and has a multiplicity of benefits which include the removal of carbon from the carbon cycle and its use as a soil enhancer. Some example applications will be discussed which have already been implemented and show some possible new ones, including how to make an environmentally-friendly camping stove which produces biochar and sets you on track to – Get Charring!
The Suffolk East & Ipswich Branch RSPCA will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Monday 11 April (11:00-15:00) where volunteers Mo and Sue will be able to provide more information about the branch’s work and how individuals can help.
Spirent Communications will have a stand in the Hub during the day on Tuesday 12 April.
Prospect will be in the Hub lunchtime on Wednesday 13 April.
As part of the Team BT 2012 Challenge, BT is running a year-long Work Fit campaign to help you get active – and stay active. You can find out more from the Work FIT Team in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 14 April.
Perhaps you’ve started on a personal journey to getting healthier in 2011? Or perhaps you’ve made a promise to do so – but don’t know where to start?
In both cases, BT can help. As part of the Team BT 2012 Challenge, we’re running a year-long Work Fit campaign to help you get active – and stay active.
You don’t have to join a gym or enrol for weekly exercise classes. You just need to form a small team of like-minded colleagues to help you on your fitness journey. Start by introducing small changes that can make all the difference.
• Cycle to work
• Get off the bus one stop early
• Take a lunchtime walk
• Climb the stairs
And the prize? The best performing teams could win tickets to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Interested?
Come and see us on 14th April – we will be located in the Hub area outside the restaurant. We will be happy to answer any questions and we can register you there and then if you like.
Find out more about Work FIT at http://workfit2012challenge.intra.bt.com/
The BT Work FIT Team
Suffolk East & Ipswich Branch RSPCA are desperate for financial help so that they can keep helping needy animals locally.
If you would like to help please visit their stand in the Hub on Monday 11 April (11:00-15:00) where volunteers Mo and Sue will be very pleased to meet you and give you more information about the branch’s work and how you could help.
Suffolk East & Ipswich Branch RSPCA is an independent charity and receives no financial help from RSPCA H.Q. or the Government.
The branch has operated an animal centre and welfare clinic in Ipswich for over 45 years. For almost 40 years the centre has been in Mill Lane Martlesham and thousands of unwanted, ill treated and abandoned animals of all sorts have been rescued, rehabilitated, nursed and re-homed during this time.
The welfare clinic in St Georges Street Ipswich supports people on low income and benefits; around 2,000 animals every year attend the clinic.