The provisional dates for this years School of Curiosity 'End of Summer School' have been announced. The event will take place on 18th-20th October 2013 (TBC) at The Citadelle, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France. The 15th century citadelle enjoys magnificent views across to Cap Ferrat, set in what is said to be one of the most beautiful bays in Europe. More details soon. Keep watch here http://bit.ly/17nZl0X
Malcolm McClean was the host for The Southway Staff Festival at The Point, Lancashire Cricket Club for The Southway Housing Trust. He helped the Project Team design the event and hosted the whole day, including a live interview with two time Olympic Gold Medal winner for cycling, Ed Clancy. According to the team it was their most successful event ever based on staff feedback, and they had this to say about working our way...“I don’t think we could have got anyone better”.
“His support in the planning of the event was great and I found his ideas inspiring”.
Plus lot's of other stuff, but you don't want to read that, just call us when your thinking of your next event.
Liverpool football legend Dietmar Hamann has been working with Bearhunt's Malcolm McClean on his new book The Didi Man: My love affair with Liverpool. Published in February 2012, the book became a Sunday Times Best Seller, sitting proudly in the charts between Charles Dickens and Bear Grylls. Now what a midfield that would have made - Dickens, Hamann, Grylls!
Bearhunt has been commissioned to develop the bid for Regional Growth Fund support for the £16 million Burnley Arena.
England United the World Invited
Manchester Business School and Bearhunt are helping North West businesses to get on the front foot should England’s bid for the 2018 World Cup be successful. Malcolm McClean chaired the event which included a panel of prominent speakers from The Bid Team, the world of sport and the youngest man ever to play in a World Cup Finals, Norman Whiteside.
Bearhunt sponsors StreetPeace 2010
Terry Waite will open StreetPeace 2010 on the 5th October at Manchester’s Gorton Monastery. This national event is aimed at bringing together activists and professionals in an attempt to deliver some small but important actions to improve life in local neighbourhoods.
Friday, 16 July 2010 16:43
Bearhunt has launched the Sympo, it's own unique concept which is the antidote to the deadly dreariness of traditional conferences.
If conferences are so boring then why do people keep attending? They want to fill a need for information and connection, yet so often come away feeling empty and drained.
It doesn’t have to be like that. The clues to a new way of equipping people with new knowledge and energising them into action can be found by looking backwards….to medieval England and to ancient Greece.
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 17:50
Today saw the launch of the latest Bearhunt Thinkpiece Underground-Overground:How small things can make Big Society. It provides some simple ideas that local people can use in their neighbourhoods to begin to move towards their own kind of Big Society, including Opportunity Mapping; Talent Mapping; and unleashing 'The art of the animateur'
Tuesday, 01 June 2010 18:55
Bearhunt founder Malcolm McClean will give his annual address to the Class of 2010 at The Manchester Business School on Thursday 10th June.
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 20:39
Bearhunt's Director of Curiosity, Tom Calderbank, is celebrating a remarkable achievement after hearing the news that he has helped to save the other woman in his life.