Monday, 16 February 2009

Stretching your mind over half term

Useful for A2 OCR Economics

Tuesday

Sustainable Transport Oxford Transport Network Six sessions on sustainable transport, covering local & international questions
http://oxtran.tsu.ox.ac.uk / email: lara.scott@ouce.ox.ac.uk / Tel. 01865 285533
5pm, £6
School of Geography, Mansfield Rd.

Oxford Yes Group - Talk Oxford Yes Group Richard Wilkins UK Inspiration Minister Choose how to feel amazing
www.oxfordyesgroup.org / email: info@oxfordyesgroup.org / Tel. 07765 480625
7-10pm £7 (£5 advance £4 conc)
Friends' Meeting House, 43 St Giles; Tel. 01865 557373.

Deadly Cargo Oxford CND present free screening of film revealing the secret convoys of nuclear warheads travelling through Oxford.
www.nukewatch.org.uk / email: irenedavidgill@btinternet.com
7pm
St Peter & St Paul Church Hall, West Way, Botley; Tel. 01865 242919.

Wednesday

Wednesday Waves - 5rhythms Moving meditation - explores and nurtures your movement and creativity.
email: hilarykneale@hotmail.com / Tel. 01865 452070
7.30-9.30pm £10/8
East Oxford Community Centre, 44b Princes Street (corner of Cowley Rd), OX4 1DD.


Thursday

Lunchtime Talk

A Canterbury Tale. Speaker: Prof Richard North
www.st-giles-church.org / email: vicar@churchwalk.eclipse.co.uk / Tel. 01865510460
12:30pm, free
St Giles' Church, St. Giles; Tel. 01865 311198.

The Real Deal

Discuss 'Climate and Energy Security in the Coming World' with Tom Burke of E3G.
www.e3g.org
6:30pm
St. John's College MCR

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