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Then, now and what the future holds for the NHS at Well Met

The NHS at 70 will the be topic of discussion at a conference for Leeds Community Healthcare professionals and the Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group Partnership on 15 October 2018. It will take place at Cloth Hall Court, the dedicated city centre conference venue of Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Becket University.

Get set for Segue and all things radio at Well Met

Segue, the national radio and audio fair, makes a welcome return to the city on 17th and 18th October. The two-day event will be sited at Leeds College of Music and Cloth Hall Court – Well Met’s dedicated conferencing venue at Leeds Beckett University’s city campus – bringing together a host of radio, audio and big industry names. 

Cones Make New Friends in Brazil Thanks to Cloth Hall Court Receptionist

Children’s’ Book Cones Make New Friends has done just that with children in Brazil (Cones Fazem Novos Amigos) thanks to the talents and chance meeting of Keith Madeley and Karen Mendes Barbosa Fletcher, receptionist at Cloth Hall Court, Leeds.

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Oct 20

Premiere screening of The CFF Story (2018) plus Q&A

Professor Rob Shail from the Northern Film School is on Q&A panel of the film premiere of documentary about the Children’s Film Foundation (CFF).

Oct 24

INSIDE/OUT: Bryndis Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson

The multidisciplinary artisti team Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson discuss art as a tool of disruption and mediation, how passivity is a weapon and how complex cross-disciplinary relationships can be managed

Oct 24

PIR Seminar- International Approaches To Banning Inhumane Weapons

Speaker- Dr Steve Wright

Oct 27

Open Day - 27 October 2018

Oct 31

PsyCen Seminar- ‘Everyone knows me as the weird kid’: Being bisexual, gender-fluid and fifteen

Speaker: Professor David Carless, Leeds Beckett University

Oct 31

CeASR Annual 'Howard Clark Memorial Lecture'- A fresh view on conflict: Logics of security versus the logics of peace at the example of the Korean conflict

Speaker: Dr Christine Schweitzer - Organiser: Dr Rachel Julian, Director of CeASR

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