BRISTOL ANGLO-HELLENIC CULTURAL SOCIETY
Updated 23 February 2013 7:42 PM
Events & Meetings
Two other Events
''GREXITING the crisis''
1st Hellenic Forum ''GREXITING
the crisis!'' is an ambitious idea of the LSEsu Hellenic Society. Taking for granted, the fact that Greece is at the heart
of the European economic crisis and international developments for another
year, we decided to organize a series of events at LSE looking at Greece's
future in Europe, on 2, 4, 6, 8 March 2013.
Date: 2 March
11:00 -17:00 Venue: LSE, Room TBC for ticketholders.
We expect a room full of young entrepreneurs willing to discuss their business
ideas (be it concrete or still under development). The day will be spent on getting
information on how to transition from an idea, to a business plan to making the
leap into entrepreneurship.
The day will end with a panel discussion on the entrepreneurial environment in
Greece investigating the trends of growth and how can a start up receive
funding. For more info on what will happen on the day please visit: www.reloadgreece.com,
or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Registration is required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a
GREXITING the Social crisis
Date: 4 March
18:00-21:00 Venue: LSE, Room TW1.G.01
This event will take place giving emphasis on our social and political crisis
of values and structures, with emphasis on social policies in the crisis in
order to maintain social cohesion and dignity of our fellow human beings and to
give the perspective of revival to the Greek society.
GREXITING the Economic crisis
Date: 6 March
18:00-21:00 Venue: LSE, Room TW1.G.01
The event on Economic crisis, will be focusing on the future of the Greek
economy from now on, and in particular what are the economic policies that
should immediately be followed both at National and European level in order to
sanitize the economy of Greece and at the same time, put it in an orbit of
GREXITING Business depression
Date: 8 March
16:00-19:00 Venue: LSE, Room EAS.E171
This event will be dedicated to the business sector and especially on
opportunities despite the crisis and the new data on the labor market in Greece
important to clarify that our goal of the event is not just another perpetual
contemplation of the causes and manifestations of the crisis to seek out for
the perpetrators. Our gaze is directed towards the future with visionary
horizon in Greece of 2020.
events will be held in English, in the premises of the LSE, but the exact
location of each event will be known only to the ticket holders.
CLASSICS SOCIETY: SPRING TERM TALK ON ROME
11th March, 7.00pm – 9.00pm,
Monmouth School for Girls.
Mrs Barbara Bell,
I would like to remind you about an exciting event
happening in March. Professor Peter
Wiseman, Emeritus Professor of Latin from Exeter University, will be speaking
on "Virgil's Rome”. Peter will focus his talk on what Rome meant to
the Augustan poet, Virgil, and how it influenced his poetry.
Prof. Wiseman has spent his working life at the University of Exeter
where he led one of the liveliest Classics departments in the country; we are
honoured to have him with us. If you
are interested in Rome and/or Virgil, you will be sure of a most interesting
and enjoyable evening.
St. Tabitha Ladies Auxiliary
Greek Orthodox Church of Bristol
Invite you all to a Christmas
CHRISTMAS MENU @ ANTIX (Park Street)
Tuesday, 6 December, 7 for
7.30pm Price £16
Names and options to be submitted by 29 November.
Vasso Frangeskou, 21
Chestnut Road, Long Ashton, Bristol, BS41 9HR, or at the church.
Cheques payable to: St. Tabitha Ladies Auxiliary Society.
Carrot and Parsnip Soup, topped with fresh cream and served with freshly baked
Mozzarella balls,on a bed of plum tomato & wild rocket salad, drizzled with
a homemade pesto dressing
Chilli Chicken (marinated),served with mixed winter leaves, cherry tomatoes and
Tender slices of white
and dark meat, chipolatas wrapped with streaky bacon, pork sage and onion
stuffing, topped with our home made gravy, accompanied with a selection of
winter vegetables, roast potatoes, and cranberry
sauce. The festive choice!
succulent fillet of Salmon served with
dauphinoise potatoes & Béarnaise sauce, accompanied with a selection of
seasonal cooked vegetables
shank of lamb, slow oven cooked in red wine & selected herbs, topped with
our delicious onion gravy, served with selection of winter vegetables, and
fried aubergine (half) stuffed with tomatoes, chilli, onion and garlic, topped
with red Leicester cheese and finished under the grill, served with boiled long
Raspberry and White Chocolate Cheesecake with blueberries, served with freshly whipped
Christmas pudding served with a delicious hot brandy sauce
Selection of Ice creams
Strawberry, Vanilla and
Chocolate served with Neapolitan wafers