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You'll be surprised at the volume and variety of plastics that can be found by the river, helping to remove these will make an immediate difference to our local environment as well as wider marine ecosystems. Meet at Gabriel's Wharf at 12:30pm for a briefing from Recorra before heading down to the foreshore where we will work our way back towards Bankside. Please wear suitable, closed toe shoes - we are running this event during low tide but surfaces along the Thames can be slippery. Please also dress appropriately for the weather. High vis jackets, bin bags, litter pickers and gloves will all be provided. Once the beach clean is completed we will send you a certificate with the amount of waste you have collected! If you register but can no longer attend, please cancel with as much notice as possible to allow someone from the waiting list the opportunity to go in your place. 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The event is taking place at the House of Sport, 190 Great Dover St, London SE1 4YB - location on Google Maps. What will this session cover? There will also be the opportunity for you to ask your own questions in a Q&A session at the end. Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences. It aims to transform how neurodivergent individuals are perceived and supported by providing schools, universities, and organisations with the opportunity to recognise the many talents and advantages of being neurodivergent, while creating more inclusive and equitable cultures that celebrate differences and empower every individual. Please contact us at info@betterbankside.co.uk with any questions about the event. 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"We all have our purpose, we all have our strengths." Beyoncé We'll be joined by Genelle Aldred, a communications consultant, to explore how confidence and communication are two things that can be the difference between those women who are like the best-kept secrets, and those who are well-recognised and known for what they can do. 'Tall poppy syndrome' can make some women not want to be seen as showing off, being too much, or drawing unwanted attention to themselves.  It seems that those women who do, are either chopped down or not seen as 'nice girls'; however they are also the ones that get ahead, change the world and get the opportunities. Or does it all just seem this way because of how society judges women who are confident and ambitious? Genelle will explore this topic, how to worry less about the invisible "they", and learn how to communicate in a way that will help you to celebrate your strengths and purpose.  She will also share some practical tips on how to be a confident and effective communicator. There will also be plenty of time to get to know other women who work in Bankside and foster new connections. Agenda: 8.30am - Breakfast and networking 9.00am - Genelle Aldred: How to build your confidence and spark it in others 9.30am - Q&A 9.54am - Networking 10.00am - Close About Genelle Aldred Genelle Aldred is a communications consultant with extensive experience who currently works for Hill & Knowlton, a Bankside-based business, where she delivers specialist training for a wide variety of organisations. Since 2007, Genelle has worked for media organisations including ITN, ITV, the BBC, ITN Productions as a newsreader and journalist. More recently she has provided commentary for News UK and the Canadian Broadcasting Company as well as written pieces for The Observer, Elle UK, The Daily Mirror and has guested on multiple podcasts talking about comms. Genelle is a regular newspaper and headlines reviewer on Sky News and BBC Radio London. Other prominent roles include Head of Digital Strategy for an International NGO, Channel Manager and Executive Producer of a Freeview TV Channel, then Director of Communications for a boutique training agency. Genelle was Deputy Chair of Women in Journalism until early 2024. After transitioning to her independent communications business Genelle delivered training focused on cutting-edge media, presentation and DEI comms for various companies and sectors including London Stock Exchange Group, Newsworks, Texthelp, Peak (AI), Future Dreams House, Women in Journalism. She also delivered Keynote speeches on communication for organisations including IAG GBS, The Cabinet Office, Esure, N Brown, Girls Day School Trust, Talk Talk and more. Genelle continues to be a sought-after speaker, panellist and panel facilitator. Genelle is also an ambassador for the charity SANDS, and is a keen golfer who writes for Golf Monthly, GBQ and the R&A.  Her book, Communicate for Change: Creating Justice in a World of Bias was published in the autumn of 2021.       [post_title] => 6 March - Bankside Women's Network: How to build your confidence and spark it in others [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => 6-march-bankside-womens-network-how-to-build-your-confidence-and-spark-it-in-others [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2024-02-07 16:13:56 [post_modified_gmt] => 2024-02-07 16:13:56 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://betterbankside.co.uk/?post_type=event&p=5100 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => event [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 5039 [post_author] => 25 [post_date] => 2024-01-10 14:24:43 [post_date_gmt] => 2024-01-10 14:24:43 [post_content] => The highly anticipated Better Bankside's Pancake Day Race has returned for 2024! Kick off Pancake Day by having some fun with your colleagues. Join us at Marlborough Sports Garden to cheer on your favourite team while enjoying delicious pancakes from the pancake van! Not only is it a great opportunity to bond with your co-workers, but it's also a great way to get some exercise and show off your flipping skills. Don't miss out on the fun and sign up your team today! It's a unique and thrilling way to celebrate Pancake Day. Sign up your workplace’s team by emailing ag@betterbankside.co.uk Participation costs £25 per team, with all proceeds going to The Manna Society, a local charity that runs a day centre providing food, showers, clothing, and medical care, as well as housing and welfare advice, to 120 homeless and low-income people every day, seven days a week. We are grateful to local volunteer and environmental charity Bankside Open Spaces Trust for lending us their community sports ground for this event. 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This gathering presents an excellent chance to connect with fellow Banksiders, fostering new relationships while enjoying an array of drinks and delicious tacos. Get into the seasonal spirit with pumpkin painting, tapping into your creative side. 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They complete this with their head roaster, head of production, and anyone else who wishes to join in from their teams. It does take a bit of pallet training to get to the top level of this process, imagine notes of wine, very similar. They have recently stopped putting their flavour notes on the bags of coffee as the notes differ from person to person, they rather like to provide a little information on how each coffee should taste, for example, their natural Propeller is described as "Fun, Lively & Fruity". They do however hold house cupping events with their teams, so that they can give a personal touch to the notes that their teams have gotten when tasting the coffee. They'll get onto the different processes when it comes to coffee, so you and the team can understand what the difference is! They'll go through the whole process and they've managed to get Roosa, their head of production involved so that we've got their expert within your grasp to ask any questions. She's just got back from a trip to many coffee farms across Brazil, so if there's anything you want to know about coffee, she's all yours! Here's a  link to the "SCA (Specialty Coffee Association) Flavour Wheel", so feel free to share this one, it's used commonly during a tasting process to try and pinpoint an exact note! https://notbadcoffee.com/flavor-wheel-en/ This session is part of Fresh Start September, designed to turbocharge the second half of your year. This free wellbeing programme focuses on learning new skills and reaching your goals. We’d love you to join our other events and please share with your colleagues. 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Discover the Black history of Bankside in this walk that covers over 500 years and includes: Shakespeare, black sailors, international trade, pirates, food , religion, Pan Africanism, Marcus Garvey, Roman ruins and Windrush. The tour is led by Black History Walks, who run guided Walking Tours of London to include its African history which goes back 3,500 years.
 
You are welcome to join this event if you live or work in Bankside. The whole tour will be held outdoors. To find the start of the tour you can use What Three Words - https://what3words.com/lunch.tribal.cafe 
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Discover the Black history of Bankside in this walk that covers over 500 years and includes: Shakespeare, black sailors, international trade, pirates, food , religion, Pan Africanism, Marcus Garvey, Roman ruins and Windrush. The tour is led by Black History Walks, who run guided Walking Tours of London to include its African history which goes back 3,500 years.
 
You are welcome to join this event if you live or work in Bankside. The whole tour will be held outdoors. To find the start of the tour you can use What Three Words - Lunch Tribal Cafe
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Come along for 15 minutes or stay for whole hour. Remember to bring a bottle of water and wear close toe shoes. Please leave valuables at home or at your office. Join us and let's make the site bloom this summer!   [post_title] => 2 August - Gardening Club [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => 2-august-gardening-club [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2023-07-18 14:44:18 [post_modified_gmt] => 2023-07-18 13:44:18 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://betterbankside.co.uk/?post_type=event&p=4566 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => event [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [9] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 4526 [post_author] => 11 [post_date] => 2023-06-23 10:36:46 [post_date_gmt] => 2023-06-23 09:36:46 [post_content] => Our Urban Gardener Georgia is hosting the next gardening session for the summer season. We need brilliant Banksiders to get the gloves on and help us make Bankside beautiful for us all. You'll be guided by Georgia with digging, planting, potting and more. Come along for a really satisfying social event and feel good! We have tools but if you have your own gardening gloves, please bring them with you. Please also wear appropriate footwear and clothing suitable for the weather. Remember to bring some water and sunscreen in warmer weather. Please leave valuables at home or at your office. Meet on 21-22 Hatfield’s, opposite the London School of Ballet, SE1 8DJ. 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Come along for a really satisfying social event and feel good! We have tools but if you have your own gardening gloves, please bring them with you. Please also wear appropriate footwear and clothing suitable for the weather. Remember to bring some water and sunscreen in warmer weather. Please leave valuables at home or at your office. Meet on Kepple Row. 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The party promises to be a night to remember, featuring delicious food, refreshing drinks and live music. It's a great opportunity to network with other local businesses and community members while enjoying the summer atmosphere. We'll also be showcasing the highlights of our summer campaign to promote the area with special Bankside related activities. So come and join us for a fun-filled evening of celebration, good company, and great entertainment! We are able to welcome two guests per member business. If you're not sure if your business is a member please get in touch with us at info@betterbankside.co.uk. 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You'll be surprised at the volume and variety of plastics that can be found by the river, helping to remove these will make an immediate difference to our local environment as well as wider marine ecosystems. Meet at Gabriel's Wharf at 12:30pm for a briefing from Recorra before heading down to the foreshore where we will work our way back towards Bankside. Please wear suitable, closed toe shoes - we are running this event during low tide but surfaces along the Thames can be slippery. Please also dress appropriately for the weather. High vis jackets, bin bags, litter pickers and gloves will all be provided. Once the beach clean is completed we will send you a certificate with the amount of waste you have collected! If you register but can no longer attend, please cancel with as much notice as possible to allow someone from the waiting list the opportunity to go in your place. 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