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Quiet Time in the Children's Library

Every Thursday is a great chance for children with their parents or carers to relax with a book in the fantastic environment of the children's library.
Date: 29 November 2018
Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Description: Every Thursday is a great chance for children with their parents or carers to relax with a book in the fantastic environment of the children's library.
Audience: Child
Cost: Free
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Shared Reading Group

Every Thursday a new drop-in reading group at Exeter Library offers the chance to relax and enjoy the power of great stories and poems read aloud in a small group. No need to book a place, just come along.
Date: 29 November 2018
Time: 10:30 - 12:00
Description: Every Thursday a new drop-in reading group at Exeter Library offers the chance to relax and enjoy the power of great stories and poems read aloud in a small group. No need to book a place, just come along.
Audience: All
Cost: Free
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Early Years Storytime - Session 1

Every Friday come along to our Storytime, for families with younger children. This is a drop-in event and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 11:30 - 12:00
Description: Every Friday come along to our Storytime, for families with younger children. This is a drop-in event and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free
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Early Years Storytime - Session 2

Every Friday come along to our Storytime, for families with younger children. This is a drop-in event and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 14:00 - 14:30
Description: Every Friday come along to our Storytime, for families with younger children. This is a drop-in event and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free
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Ghost Stories

An evening of live readings of traditional stories, from well known authors, local authors and other less well known pieces, performed by a trio of deceased Victorian Librarians. Refreshments included. Tickets £5 in advance from Okehampton Library, £6 on the door.
Date: 30 November 2018
Time: 8:00 - 10:00
Description: An evening of live readings of traditional stories, from well known authors, local authors and other less well known pieces, performed by a trio of deceased Victorian Librarians. Refreshments included. Tickets £5 in advance from Okehampton Library, £6 on the door.
Audience: Adult
Cost: £5.00
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Flower Arranging workshop: winter Creation

With the help of Barnstaple Floral Art Club, create a lovely winter arrangement to take home. Tickets are £8 each and must be booked in advance. Includes flowers, materials and refreshments. (Please bring scissors if possible.)
Date: 01 December 2018
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Description: With the help of Barnstaple Floral Art Club, create a lovely winter arrangement to take home. Tickets are £8 each and must be booked in advance. Includes flowers, materials and refreshments. (Please bring scissors if possible.)
Audience: All
Cost: £8.00
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Crafty Creations Workshop

Learn to create beautiful paper flowers with Charlie's crafty creations, and take home what you make. £10 per person. Tickets available in advance.
Date: 03 December 2018
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: Learn to create beautiful paper flowers with Charlie's crafty creations, and take home what you make. £10 per person. Tickets available in advance.
Audience: Adult
Cost: £10.00
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Squab Pie and Junket and Cream

Stories from a Devonshire kitchen with Dr Paul Cleave, Honorary Fellow, University of Exeter.
Date: 06 December 2018
Time: 15:00 - 16:00
Description: Stories from a Devonshire kitchen with Dr Paul Cleave, Honorary Fellow, University of Exeter.
Audience: Adult
Cost: Free, donations welcome
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Christmas Coffee Morning

A fund raising coffee morning organised by the Friends of Honiton Library. Delicious home-made cakes, tea and coffee, tombola and craft stall. Everyone welcome, please join us!
Date: 07 December 2018
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: A fund raising coffee morning organised by the Friends of Honiton Library. Delicious home-made cakes, tea and coffee, tombola and craft stall. Everyone welcome, please join us!
Audience: All
Cost: Free
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Memory Cafe at Dawlish Library

The Library Memory Cafe is open for anyone with even mild memory problems to join us at the library, usually on the 2nd Monday each month from 2.00 - 4.00p.m. for a session of games, singing, crafts and companionship, tea and cake.
Date: 10 December 2018
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Description: The Library Memory Cafe is open for anyone with even mild memory problems to join us at the library, usually on the 2nd Monday each month from 2.00 - 4.00p.m. for a session of games, singing, crafts and companionship, tea and cake.
Audience: All
Cost: Free
Theme: Social

Next Steps

An informal, friendly support group for parents and carers of young adults who have ongoing special or additional needs. Take a break from the caring, enjoy a coffee and chat to others who understand the situation. Speakers are invited from time to time to talk about relevant issues. Contact Jan on 07742 609968 for more information.
Date: 11 December 2018
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Description: An informal, friendly support group for parents and carers of young adults who have ongoing special or additional needs. Take a break from the caring, enjoy a coffee and chat to others who understand the situation. Speakers are invited from time to time to talk about relevant issues. Contact Jan on 07742 609968 for more information.
Audience: Adult
Cost: Free
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Bounce and Rhyme

Join us for a fun (and free) song and activity session for children aged 0-4 years.
Date: 17 December 2018
Time: 14:15 - 14:45
Description: Join us for a fun (and free) song and activity session for children aged 0-4 years.
Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free
Theme: Bounce and Rhyme

An Introduction to Intellectual Property - Exeter

Dispelling the myths of Intellectual property, information technology and data protection. This workshop is useful for individuals, start-ups, and established businesses. It will give you the chance to find out about what intellectual property is, how it exists in your business, how you can protect it and use it to your advantage. This workshop will cover brand protection, e.g. designs, trade marks, patents, copyright; website compliance, and the changes to data protection law (GDPR) and what you need to do in order to be compliant with it and avoid significant fines. The IP and IT team at Stephens Scown advise clients across the globe on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters, including IP protection and exploitation and the negotiation of complex IT contracts. Tickets are available for £5 or £2.50 for students and can be purchased through <a href=Eventbrite" />
Date: 15 January 2019
Time: 16:30 - 18:30
Description: Dispelling the myths of Intellectual property, information technology and data protection. This workshop is useful for individuals, start-ups, and established businesses. It will give you the chance to find out about what intellectual property is, how it exists in your business, how you can protect it and use it to your advantage. This workshop will cover brand protection, e.g. designs, trade marks, patents, copyright; website compliance, and the changes to data protection law (GDPR) and what you need to do in order to be compliant with it and avoid significant fines. The IP and IT team at Stephens Scown advise clients across the globe on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters, including IP protection and exploitation and the negotiation of complex IT contracts. Tickets are available for £5 or £2.50 for students and can be purchased through Eventbrite
Audience: All
Cost: £5.00
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How to use COBRA: Complete Online Business Reference Advisor - Exeter

This workshop will show you how to make the most of COBRA the Complete Online Business Reference Advisor resource, which is free to access with a Devon Libraries membership card. COBRA is a unique source of information for people starting small-scale businesses. Its search and browse options are easy and simple to use. The industry factsheets are short and simple and have a clear structure and you can download up to ten reports per day. COBRA is a continually expanding business encyclopaedia with information about starting and running a business. The directory includes around 4,000 factsheets, market reports, contacts, funding resources and support, which you can access from the workplace, library or even at home via your library membership card. This workshop is limited to 11 places and each attendee will be provided with a business hub laptop for the session. The session is FREE, but you need to register your interest at <a href=Eventbrite" />
Date: 21 February 2019
Time: 17:30 - 18:30
Description: This workshop will show you how to make the most of COBRA the Complete Online Business Reference Advisor resource, which is free to access with a Devon Libraries membership card. COBRA is a unique source of information for people starting small-scale businesses. Its search and browse options are easy and simple to use. The industry factsheets are short and simple and have a clear structure and you can download up to ten reports per day. COBRA is a continually expanding business encyclopaedia with information about starting and running a business. The directory includes around 4,000 factsheets, market reports, contacts, funding resources and support, which you can access from the workplace, library or even at home via your library membership card. This workshop is limited to 11 places and each attendee will be provided with a business hub laptop for the session. The session is FREE, but you need to register your interest at Eventbrite
Audience: All
Cost: Free
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Cyber Crime Awareness

Our workshop offers impartial, nationally recognised guidance on how you can protect your organisation from cyber crime. The session will analyse case studies from investigations our unit have been involved in, and outline the steps which could have prevented those organisations from becoming victims. We will also discuss current and future threats, and explain how to defend against these. The session will be delivered in an easy to understand format with minimal ‘tech speak’ so it is suitable for all business owners. Sam works for the South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit (SW RCCU) who investigate cyber crimes where the victim is based in the South West. Her role as a Cyber Protect Officer involves supporting victims of cyber crime, as well as giving advice to organisations on protecting themselves against cyber crime. Tickets for the workshop are £5 or £2.50 for students and can be purchased through <a href=Eventbrite" />
Date: 21 March 2019
Time: 17:30 - 18:30
Description: Our workshop offers impartial, nationally recognised guidance on how you can protect your organisation from cyber crime. The session will analyse case studies from investigations our unit have been involved in, and outline the steps which could have prevented those organisations from becoming victims. We will also discuss current and future threats, and explain how to defend against these. The session will be delivered in an easy to understand format with minimal ‘tech speak’ so it is suitable for all business owners. Sam works for the South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit (SW RCCU) who investigate cyber crimes where the victim is based in the South West. Her role as a Cyber Protect Officer involves supporting victims of cyber crime, as well as giving advice to organisations on protecting themselves against cyber crime. Tickets for the workshop are £5 or £2.50 for students and can be purchased through Eventbrite
Audience: All
Cost: £5.00
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