Thank – you to Patrick (Atkins Wines) and all friends and family that attended Tayberry Enterprise Ltd fund raising event.
What a fantastic night had by all ………………..
This event is on Thursday 26th October 2017
Halloween is the time that the zombies, werewolves and vampires come out to play – and we’re joining in all the spooky action with our Halloween Ghosts and Ghouls bingo on Thursday 26th October 6.30!
Tayberry Café is delighted to announce that as from 1st October until 31st December our nomination has been accepted by, the Community Champion at Asda for the Green Token Scheme. Customers will find the fundraising towers in store and one of them will have Tayberry Enterprise’s name on it. Simply take the green token you receive at customer checkout and choose Tayberry as the charity you would like to support and pop your token into the slot. It couldn’t be easier!
Samantha Will, who is the Community Champion will add up the number of tokens at the end of the 3 months to decide the winner. The winner will receive £500 pounds for their organisation and if we don’t win we will still receive £200. Tayberry Café is actively fundraising to purchase a delivery van which will enable us to increase the number of training placements we can offer people with barriers to employment. This fundraiser will go directly to supporting this purchase, so we can really get our delivery services going with a bang!
Jason along with the other RSA fellows met today with Christina McKelvie MSP and Convener of Equalities and Human Rights Committee.
The Gathering was an unmissable event for people working in the third sector to network, showcase what they do and learn from each other.
Bellydancing is an ancient form of dance, which is believed to have originated in Egypt. Nowadays there are a range of styles including traditional Egyptian, modern Tribal styles and a variety of fusions which show the enormous creativity and versatility within the dance and the dancers.
There are no barriers in age, size or shape to Bellydancing and body positivity and confidence is a very important part of Bellydance, encouraging dancers to value and respect their bodies exactly as they are, and express themselves creatively through dance. You do not need to have any previous dance experience to take part in this dance form, and dancers will tell you how much it can improve their sense of well-being.
I perform regularly around Scotland and have recently started making costume accessories such as headdresses.
If you are interested in giving Bellydance a try, please contact email@example.com for more information
Many thanks www.fionamclarenarts.com for use of images