I Can Do It

Following from the January event of the same name, transformational coach Susie Ramroop will host a live one-day workshop in Harrow on March 17.

Susie believes that what stops us from getting what we want is a combination of three things – a lack of clarity, the habit of self-sabotage, and a lack of self-belief. Her event is hopes to stop your routine and “kick start a new version of you”.

Susie says: “This event is for busy people who want more without having to do more. You want to know that the things you do and the time you spend this week, this month, and in the coming months is contributing to the future that you actually want.

“This event is also for you if you don’t want to over analyse where you are, and want to get to your goal quickly. It doesn’t matter what your goal is – the promise of this workshop is that I will get you clearer and closer to it having identified the blocks that are in your way.”

She promises to “create an environment that will unlock the true you” and aims to “present before you a path that looks so much more graceful; one you can more naturally tread without overwhelm”.

She adds: “I truly believe that the best results come from being in the company of other like-minded and hearted people, amongst whom you may refine your view of your future.”

You can find the event by searching ‘I can do it - one day transformational event’ on eventbrite.co.uk or email Susie on susie@susieramroop.com

Grims Dyke Hotel, Old Redding, Harrow, HA3 6SE

Harrow Times:

Family film concerts

Trinity Orchestra have announced the return of their family concert.

Despite the name, it is for children and adults of all ages, with music from films presented by guest conductor Mark Austin.

You will hear well known numbers from Frozen, Up, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Carribbean and others.

Trinity Church, Harrow, HA1 1RX, Saturday, March 24, 4pm. More details at trinityorchestra.co.uk

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Illustrations in Britain 1943-1955

A new exhibition at the Heath Robinson Museum is all about the Neo-Romantic period in illustration after the Second World War.  A new spirit of romanticism – a focus on nature, emotion and individual expression - suffused book and magazine illustration, as people reacted against the gloom of blackout and rationing.  The large body of work produced in that time was intense, colourful, sometimes disturbing - reflecting the way people felt at the time.Neo-Romanticism focused on the emotional content of the work, prioritising content over form. The key artists of the movement include John Minton, Keith Vaughan, Eric Fraser, John Craxton, Michael Ayrton, Edward Bawden, Barnett Freedman and Henry Moore.

Institutions lending to this exhibition include the V&A, the Government Art Collection, Aberystwyth University, Reading University, Chris Beetles Gallery.

Heath Robinson Museum, Pinner Memorial Park, 50 West End Lane, Pinner, HA5 1AE, until May 20. Museum opens Thursday to Sunday between 11am and 4pm. Details: 020 8866 8420