I Piano/brass tuition in your own home (West End area). All




To be responsible for Mayfest's Marketing campaign which includes Press and Publicity.

This is a senior position within the company and the successful applicant will be an experienced marketing professional with knowledge of brochure production, merchandising and advertising.

Salary in the first year will be £16,000 per annum with a contrbutory personal pension scheme available.

Previous applicants need not apply.

Applicationa, together with detailed c. v., should be sent to Billy Kelly, General Manager, Maerat, 18 Albion Street, Glasgow, G l lLH, by Monday 28m September, 1992.

Mayfest is an equal opportunities employer

GREEN CITY is a workers' co-operative distributing wholel'oods and an increasing range of non-food 'green' products in Scotland.



We have a strong commitment to ethical trading with developing countries, try to encourage increasing use of organic and additive-free products, and support sustainable agriculture and ecologically sound practices.

If you feel you have the pioneer spirit to help us into the ZIst century, and can work as part of a team, then please contact us - especially if you have sales, financial, computer, or organising/administrative skills. We are an equal opportunities employer. Write with CV to: Green City (Personnel), 23 Fleming Street, Glasgow G31 IPQ.


Press Officer

SALARY £22,617-£24,300

Can you write Press releases in crisp, lively style, work to tight deadlines, cope with seemingly endless enquiries from the media, compile in-depth features for our award-winning newspaper?

If you can do all that as well as research and write briefing and speech notes, produce copy for leaflets and brochures, work on your own initiative and at all

times remain unflappable you may be the person we need to join a hard-working, enthusiastic and highly professional team of Press officers in the Public Relations Department of Britain’s largest local authority.

You will already have newspaper or broadcasting experience and will be educated at least to Highers or A level standard. Knowledge of local government would be an advantage.

There is a car leasing system or mileage allowance available. Samples of recent work should be included with applications for the post.

Applications are particularly welcome from members of black or ethnic minority communities which are under— represented in the department.

A job description is available from the Head of Public Relations, 20 India Street, Glasgow 62 4P5 Tel: 041-227 3470, to /, whom all applications should be returned by 12 October 1992.



flatpicking, open tunings and improvisation. Friendly,

informal tuition. Beginners

welcome. Phone 041 332 7702.

Wednesdays -


The Scottish Ballet Studios 261 West Princes Street, Glasgow

Tuesdays - Thursdays - CONTEMPORARY

6.30 - 7.45pm

'NEW class commencing Wednesday 7 October.

All classes taught by experienced guest teachers and accompanied by professional musicians in fully equipped dance studios.

Beginners Welcome!

For further info. contact Michelle Wong at The Scottish Ballet on 041-331 2931


CEROC Learn to partner dance to any type of music anywhere. Ccroc is an exciting. stylish form of modern jive based on French rock and roll. l-hour lesson and 2 hours freestyle dancing. No need to bring a partner. Wednesdays. 7—10pm, at The Venue, 490 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Further information from 041 946 5258.

I I Dance for all Adult and

children‘s dance classes Jazz.

~ Ballet, Spanish and Tap. RAD ' examination classes at Epworth

Halls, Nicolson Square. Edinburgh. Further information from 0316671327.


I Sax, flute, theory and improvisation (any instrument): learn from experienced tutor with honours music degree and own exclusive method. MU member. All ages and beginners welcome. Forinformation phone 0413371715.

. I Singing teacher has a few

vacancies All ages, styles and problems welcome. Phone 031 225 2694.

I Developing women as managers in Scotland. An opportunity for women at all levels to identify and work on their personal and professional development. Residential course, MOTEC Edinburgh, 16—20 November. Phone 0506 419049.

I Astrology: “More than sunsigns' Classes with experienced, qualified tutor. Your birth chart included. Starting Mon 28, Tynecastle, 7pm; Wed 30, St Thomas’s, 5.30pm. Creche

available. Lothian Region rates.

Info on 031 667 1 156.

I Massage lO—week introduction course from November 24th to February 9th (inc Christmas break). For further information, please

1 contact The Centre for Natural Therapeutics, before November ' 3 19th. Telephone: 041 554 4017.

=l r . be ' 1 .041 l/ GLASGOW S 3§§555385'""m we come offers its Autumn Series of INTERNATIONAL I Fldtlle, mandolin and guitar 10 WEEK COURSES in Ma e FESTIVAL - lessons. Irish/Scottish dance y require a musrc. Fingerptcktng. .Memod_Based Acting

°Singing Technique & Performance ~Physical Awareness Movement

starting 12 October

The person must also be responsible for the supervision of the l for at The Theatre Arts Centre Publicity stall. Ans background would be advantageous. s Davie Street, Edinburgh This post has been sponsored for a period up to and including , and staning 13 Omaha, Mayfest 1994. j at

at Project Ability

Albion Street, Glasgow

for leaflet, phone

031 346 0501/661 0144

and leave your name and address

AUDITIONING THIS YEAR? Get a helping hand. Good advice, good tuition. First lesson free. Further details from Anita

on 031 557 3970.

THE SALISBURY CENTRE A Celebration of (‘ircle Dance with Cynthia Shoken. Sat 3 Oct. 10am—5pm. £15/£12. Agreat way to learn circle dancing with experienced facilitators who invite you to join in the joyful spirit ofdances from all over the world.

Finding Your Feet with Klaas Overzcc. Sun 4 Oct. lflam—Spm. £25/£18. The Fcldcnkrais Method can be practised in Edinburgh in groups or individual sessions. Magic Moments Opening to the “calm Within with Tez Sawicki and Ishtar Swafficld. Sat 1()and Sun 11 Oct. 10am—5pm. £40/£3(l. Awaken to aliveness and vitality open to the body feel the life force— thc Healer Within! Please wear loose clothing and bring a towel. To book. contact:

The Salisbury Centre 2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AB. Tel: 031 667 5438.

BUDDHIST MEDITATION for awareness. calm and emotional warmth. Evening classes held at Edinburgh. Stirlingand Dundee Universities.

Enquiries: 031 661 7531.





At all levels front beginner to advanced in


(Comes in other Images re available from the Centre for Codinuim chlton. 031 650 4400.)


To enrol: phone, fax, call in at the Institute, or visit our Modern Language Open Day, Saturday 26th September 10.00am to 4.00pm.


INSTITUTE/“or APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES 21 Ilill Place, Edinburgh E118 9DP Tel: 031 650 6189/6200 Fax: 031 667 5927

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