Search results for ' 🏵 Ivermectin 3mg Pills Uk 🔴 www.Ivermectin-Stromectol.com 🔴 Online Ivermectin Without Subscription 🌟 Buy Ivermectin 3mg Uk | Order Ivermectin Over Counter Online Uk' - Page 5

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU DRANK BABYCHAM WITH AN ASTRONAUT?

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU DRANK BABYCHAM WITH AN ASTRONAUT?

May 21, 2015

Last Thursday if you came along to the opening of Home And Away. The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge in Canterbury treated guests to a sixties themed party to celebrate the launch of their brand new exhibition. Visitors to the event were asked to arrive in sixties inspired fancy dress and were presented with […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Three

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Three

April 06, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Eight

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Eight

May 12, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part One

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part One

March 24, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Seventeen

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Seventeen

July 14, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My job […]

Stitched drawings in detail

Stitched drawings in detail

September 28, 2016

Stitched drawings is a uniquely affecting and compassionate work of artist and occupational therapist Georgie Meadows, who encourages us to rethink the way we regard our older population. Using a domestic sewing machine, she translates delicate line drawings into tender and tactile stitched portraits of people she knows or has worked with. The exhibition opened last […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part Nine

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part Nine

May 21, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My […]

THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 1,000 OBJECTS

THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 1,000 OBJECTS

January 14, 2015

October 2014 saw the publication of Dorling Kindersley’s History of the World in 1,000 Objects, which features dozens of items from our collections. For all the museums staff and frequent visitors the release was a gentle reminder of the sheer diversity of the objects in our collections. It was an opportunity to showcase their relationship […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part Two

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Part Two

April 06, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My […]

Post cards from the Beaney: The Living Museum

Post cards from the Beaney: The Living Museum

June 10, 2016

The latest blog from Adam De Ville,  Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. For my second visit I am met with sounds and sweet airs that give delight: something chicken based is on the stove and the aroma of a particularly delightful coffee sensation tries its best to tempt me over to the dark side […]

1 3 4 5 6 7 16