In this interactive workshop, we will explore together what robs us of energy, how we can get energy back into our lives, medical conditions linked to tiredness and a functional approach to find the root causes.
Dr Frey runs a fast-growing, private GP practice in Suffolk with a strong focus on thyroid health and nutritional medicine, using a functional medicine approach, attracting patients from all over the UK and far-flung climes - like Jordan. He recently opened a branch in Estonia.
In the past, he looked after the health of the diplomatic corps of several embassies in Estonia and was strategic-development director and head physician for a 300-bed hotel.
He was awarded membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP). His abundant curiosity and desire to ad more skills to his medical toolbox made him study acupuncture and neural therapy, as well as life-coaching, homeopathy, Reiki and EFT.
The changing landscape and expectations of cyber security for businesses, breaking down the mysticism that surrounds it and understanding its simplicity.
From business resilience to data protection, recent years have shown how data and our relationship with technology is fundamental to not just our businesses, but to our overall wellbeing. However, cyber security and data protection is still often veiled behind an air of mysticism to those who don’t understand the nuances of technology. The reality is, you don’t need to understand. You don’t need to understand the intricacies of a car to drive it. It comes down to one thing, trust.
We are delighted to welcome Jungo Cyber Security Consultant, Paul Maskall, to the next Articulate HLC business breakfast meeting.
Paul, a cyber security consultant at his core, created Jungo - a wellbeing, security and safeguarding consultancy and training company.
After 6 years in the Norfolk and Suffolk Police, principally two years as the Forces Cyber Security Advisor, Paul continues to drive to protect and empower organisations to re-evaluate their relationship with technology, whether that be security, data or mental health linked to our use of it.
Once again, The Auberge has put together a delicious breakfast menu for you. You will choose one of the following:
Eggs Benedict Hollandaise Sauce
English Muffin, Suffolk Ham, Poached Local Free-Range Eggs
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Apple & Cinnamon Porridge
With double cream on the side
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Avocados & Slow-Roasted Tomatoes
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Scrambled Eggs & Smoked Salmon
Local Free-Range Scrambled Eggs & Smoked Loch Duart Salmon
Tea, Coffee, Bread and Juice included
Ipswich Road, Yaxley, Suffolk, IP23 8BZ
01379 783 604
After you have enjoyed your breakfast, have a wander through the Farm Shop, other unique shops or take yourself on a Farm Walk.
The Barn Café offers seasonally changing menus. Most ingredients are sourced locally, including produce grown on the farm and all dishes are made from scratch. Don’t miss their fabulous homemade cakes!
This and much more is just waiting to be discovered. Visit the Alder Carr site to plan another visit and to find out more.
The Barn Café has put together another excellent menu. Please choose one from the following:
Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs
Pancakes with Maple Syrup and Bacon
Yogurt with Homemade Granola and Fresh Fruit
Of course, coffee, tea and juice is included
In the heart of the beautiful medieval countryside village of Lavenham in Suffolk, the stunning 15th century Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa is steeped in centuries of history.
With its picture perfect exterior, luxurious surroundings, oak beamed interiors, open fires and cosy nooks, this romantic spa hotel brings together a deep sense of history and occasion with the very best in contemporary styling.
The Swan, High Steet, Lavenham CO10 9QA
Telephone: 01787 247 477
Situated on the A1141, about 2 miles east of the A134, between Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds
The main car park for The Swan is opposite the hotel main entrance, on High Street, off Hall Road
Free parking is also available on the roads throughout Lavenham and there is no limitation
Sautéed sweet potato, grilled flat mushroom and tomato, char-grilled artichoke and a Manor Farm free range egg either fried, poached or scrambled
Classic Eggs Benedict
Toasted muffin with glazed Suffolk ham, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce
Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs
Scottish smoked salmon with scrambled Manor Farm free range eggs
Pancake and Syrup American style
Cinnamon pancake with maple syrup, crème fraiche and seasonal berries.