November

November 12, 2014

CHRISTMAS MARKETS

CHRISTMAS MARKETS: We’re still in November but Christmas markets are starting to spread all over town. To find the closest one to you, check our Christmas markets and fairs listing. Need more ideas? See our November markets and shopping events listing.

November 11, 2014

Mothers and Toddlers at Jerome

This summer at Jerome House we have had five tenant births (one had her baby and left almost immediately as her husband ceased to be a student) and one tenant has recently moved in with a new born. We also have a number  one to four year olds so in discussion with the parents we suggested they might find a Mums (and Dads) & toddlers group useful. The first meeting was held in the Common Room and Boardroom last week on 6th November and they have agreed it was a success and will try to organise a weekly event. They sent me the attached three pictures and the two organisers are:

Pilar Infante - infante.pilar@gmail.com

and

Ruty Geva – Rutygeva@gmail.com

We think this will be best left managed by the tenants themselves but we will give any assistance necessary and have initially agreed to purchase a playmat.

November 10, 2014
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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: Regent St Sun 16th nov

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: Regent Street is closed to traffic from 12pm, in preparation for thebig Christmas lights switch on at 5pm. City Academy runs performing arts workshops all day and there’s other entertainment from 4pm. Free, we recommend getting there early as it’ll be very busy. 

November 10, 2014

DIGITAL AGE: Senate House

DIGITAL AGESenate House, home to the Ministry of Information during WWII and inspiration for Orwell’s 1984, opens its doors today and hosts a day of free activities. This one-day festival explores the contemporary phenomenon of ‘data overload’ and its impact on human consciousness with talks, tours and exhibitions. Free, prebook10am-10pm