Category Archives: exhibitions

Making An Exhibition #RA #summerexhibition

It seems odd, doesn’t it? A summer exhibition in December. Like an autumn Christmas? Or a weekend of Tuesdays. But the summer exhibition stretches into January to give the likes of me and the Textiliste time to enjoy its eclectic, … Continue reading

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Seminar Life: The 10 characters found in a lecture hall

I sat in a seminar today. Run by some cheery people from Companies House who look after all limited companies set up in England and Wales they took new directors through their liabilities and responsibilities in a clear and confident … Continue reading

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Cricket lovely cricket, or how I found my career path

This post is utterly, completely and thoroughly self-indulgent. By all means skip the RTs, the likes and the comments. I really will understand. Because for so many of you kind followers you will have no enduring fascination with this engrossing … Continue reading

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The Great Charter

… or Magna Carta as we know it. In a few short weeks – 19th June – it will be 800 years old. There will be singing and dancing in Runnymeade, that’s for sure. It was the first formal document … Continue reading

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