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Dr Brian Cox is giving a talk in GüterslohDr Brian Cox from Cambridge University will be giving a talk on May 20, by invitation of the Deutsch-Britische Gesellschaft Gütersloh.

The lecture, in English, will take place on Friday, May 20, commencing at 7.30pm at the Weberei  in Gütersloh.

Brian Cox has spent his academic life in research with some post-graduate teaching. 

He was born and brought up in north London and following two years of National Service in the RAF from 1957-59, he worked as a technician at Guy’s Hospital in London. 

He obtained his BSc degree in Physiology at London University before returning in 1967 as a lecturer to Guy’s Hospital Dept of Experimental Medicine, which was a major player in the field of diabetes in the UK. There he gained his PhD on Abnormal Protein Metabolism in Diabetes.

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Buttercup is golden

Bielefeld Station Commander, Lt Col Tony Christie,  present Jo  Goddard with a commendationThe Bielefeld Station Commander, Lt Col Tony Christie, greeted children from Bielefeld School on May 11 at a special assembly to honour Jo Goddard, who is known as Buttercup by the Girl Guides.

You might be wondering who Jo Goddard is and why do we need to have an assembly for her? 

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Leineweber-Markt in Bielefeld - May 25-29

Westphalia's annual spring festival, the Leineweber-Markt takes place in the city centre from May 25-29

Leineweber-MarktThe Linen Weaver Market (Leineweber-Markt) is Bielefeld's oldest traditional street fair and takes place every year at the end of May.

The city is transformed into an open-air festival with multiple stages and performances, food and knick-knack stalls, along with a fairground for children.

You can catch cabaret, theatre, rock, jazz and even folklore shows during this late springtime festival, taking place from May 25-29. 

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