What is your health worth?
19 February 2019 | 9:19 am

This question comes up a lot, because we put a value against everything that we do, and some of the values that we put against health are not as important as they should be, or we don’t take it as seriously as we should. It’s very easy to get caught up in the here and now, and think, “Well, I’m okay for now. I don’t need to think too much about the future. The way I’m living my life now is okay, I’m managing.” Or, maybe you’re just firefighting all the time – you haven’t got the energy to put into health. My belief is that we’re sacrificing or selling off our future for the convenience of today, and you can apply that to anything in life, but particularly health. Is the way you’re living now selling off your future? One of our key beliefs here at Bodyshot is that health span is more important than lifespan. What I mean by that is, it’s really important to live a long, healthy, energised, and vital life …

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GE Moore Lecture: Restoration and Innovation
18 February 2019 | 12:26 pm

Dulwich College’s Quartercentenary Year of GE Moore Lectures commences with “Restoration and Innovation” on Monday 4th March. The lecture focuses on the link between the Barry Buildings, at the very heart of the College, and the Houses of Parliament. Two generations of the Barry family were at the axis of both of these large, high profile projects. We will be looking back to their design and creation and their empathetic recent restoration. The Laboratory and its state of the art technology and twenty-first century award winning design is the focus of the second part of the lecture and how it complements the Barry Buildings on the College campus. Please email lectureseries@dulwich.org.uk for booking information.

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The Last Word: Shannon Reed, Owner of Mockingbird Makes
15 February 2019 | 2:30 pm

I am the owner of Mockingbird Makes and a speaker on Creativity for Wellness with over 15 years experience in creative innovation and personal development. I am also trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and am a mum of two boys. How long have you lived in the area? I’m originally from New Zealand but have lived in East Dulwich for over 10 years. What brought you here? My husband and I moved here to have a garden, as we previously lived in an apartment in Battersea. What do you most value about the street you live in? We live in a cul-de-sac and the boys can enjoy playing out with other children. We also live close to Dulwich Hamlet Football Club and are delighted they are back in their home ground. The way the community have come together to bring them home is so inspiring. I donate to their 12thman fund for everything I make in the team’s colours. What’s the one thing you couldn’t do without? Whenever we’ve discussed moving …

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An Homage to Wodehouse: Jeeves and the King of Clubs by Ben Schott
14 February 2019 | 7:14 am

Join bestselling author Ben Schott as he discusses his new novel based on the work of P G Wodehouse: Jeeves and the King of Clubs.  ‘vibrates with the spirit and rhythms of Wodehouse’s heart.’ – Sunday Times  ‘A delight to read’ – Observer Storm clouds loom over Europe. Treason is afoot in the highest social circles. The very security of the nation is in peril. Jeeves, it transpires, has long been an agent of British Intelligence, but now His Majesty’s Government must turn to the one man who can help… Bertie Wooster. In this magnificent new homage to P. G. Wodehouse, Ben Schott leads Jeeves and Wooster on an uproarious adventure of espionage through the secret corridors of Whitehall, the sunlit lawns of Brinkley Court, and the private clubs of St James’s, complete with an unforgettable cast of characters – old and new. Fully approved by the Wodehouse Estate, Jeeves and the King of Clubsis faithful to the history and personality of Wodehouse’s characters – but casts them in new roles and era, with hilarious results. Ben …

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