“Wednesday 9th March: How to navigate etiquette in the digital world? We will be hearing from LIZ BREWER, UK’s Etiquette expert, Judge & teacher of social behaviour & etiquette on 6 series of ITV’s “Ladette to Lady”. Liz will discuss the rules regarding modern manners online and off-line.”
Including filming Liz’s 5 Golden Rules of Digital communication.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Poland Mr Witold Sobkow’s ceremony presenting Mrs Barbara Kaczmarowska-Hamilton with the “Bene Merito” hon Distinction at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, London
Spending an evening with dashing, Polish Author, Ian Wisniewski, never fails to be an adventure! As one of the countries foremost spirit experts. (his books include: Classic Malt Whisky, Vodka, Classic Tequila, Malt Whisky and Party Cocktails) ….Cocktails always feature. Ian, however, DOESN’T DRINK!
We commenced celebrating ‘International Women’s Day’ at a Vodka & Cointreau Cocktail party in St James, joining STURIA‘s Caroline Bouvier in tasting her collection of Caviar from Aquitaine including Classic, Primeur & Vintage Caviar
UNIT LONDON were exhibiting some of their international, cutting-edge contemporary art featuring artists such as Marco Grassi, Mark Demsteader, Cecile Plaisance and David Kassan. We particularly admired two works of Mark Demsteader .
“I am not a feminist, however, I appreciate men and women are wired differently, both biologically and mentally. Working in today’s world and having been fortunate enought to work with some significant women and men, I find women as a whole, don’t simply have to do the best they can but need to go that one step further – always have and possibly always will in my lifetime. Sad? No, after all, we are women and generally capable of multitasking, acting positively despite obstacles and able to think outside the box. Using our energy and strength to inspire and enthuse others.” Liz Brewer
Such a pleasure talking to Sam Walker 4.30pm this afternoon on her BBC Manchester programme. Nationwide it seems everyone has something to say today about the Salford Council fining people for swearing in public…..