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Lost Words Kent Dec 5
So has given new meaning to a Good Hare Day with a wonderfully generous donation. He will receive the beautiful Snowhare and 31 schools in will receive a copy of book. Thank you both. You've made our day.
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Lost Words Kent Dec 5
Thank you so much to our newest patrons and Kate Waugh for their very generous support of and energetic enthusiasm for campaign. We are delighted you have pushed us further towards our goal with your kindness.
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Archaeology South-East Dec 5
We're going to be on Digging For Britain NEXT WEDNESDAY (12th December)! Tune in at 9pm on for a look inside our lab with ! 🔬⛏️
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Lost Words Kent Dec 5
Replying to @JackieMorrisArt
Absolutely - that's what you call a Good Hare Day!
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truro academy Dec 5
Examples of the art work and poetry on display in Truro Museum. Part of our Lost Words project.
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Science Museum Dec 5
The word ‘orrery’ comes from the fourth Earl of Orrery, Charles Boyle. He commissioned this planetary model in c.1712, and it was given the name ‘orrery’ after its owner. This object is currently on display in our exhibition The Sun: Living with our Star.
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whatgrandmawore Dec 5
This 1750 Robe à la Française is quilted. The silk would have contained escaping body heat. There is a similar quilted example held at the . This would have provided some warmth and comfort within the confines of social expectations and appearances.
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The Long Victorian Dec 5
b. Christina Rossetti (1830-1894). Writer and poet. “Tread softly! All the earth is holy ground.” Blog post:
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Imperial War Museums Dec 5
Tony Hoye (second from left) was evacuated from London during the Second World War. In this photo, he's celebrating his birthday with a chocolate cake. His friends, fellow London evacuees and refugees from France and Belgium, gather round as he blows out his candles.
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National Churches Trust Dec 5
Recently came across this wonderful unicorn head in Fletching church (East Sussex)- perfect for This unicorn head crest is also over the castle gate at , representing the Dalyngrigge family who built the castle in 1385!
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Robert Macfarlane Dec 4
Word of the day: "skyelly" - of a sky, for the greater part overcast, but with bright & glittering clouds prominent, often glowingly backlit by sun (Scots, esp. Orcadian; also "glamsy" & "skyran"); usually portending the arrival of bad weather.
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Class 6NC Dec 3
One very proud young man. Well done Josh, we are also very proud. thank you
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Carl Bovis Dec 4
Who has seen the bottom of a Blue Tits feet before? 😆 I hadn't .... until this shot! 😀 Little 'pads' to help with grip!
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James Mayhew Dec 3
This is marvellous. Independent booksellers are THE BEST!
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BBC Wildlife Dec 4
Stop the presses! We've just found out that it's today, woohoo! Which means it is time to share one of our favourite cheetah Q&As - is a cheetah born with spots? Find out: 📷 Paul Souders/Getty
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Visit Kent Dec 5
Part of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to a world leading collection of conifers - we're positively 'pining' for you to guess where we are for today's !
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Medieval Manuscripts Dec 4
Artistic designs + the artists who made them could travel large distances in the early Middle Ages. These mounts, found in Norfolk, resemble Irish art, such as the illuminations of the Book of Durrow. Norwich Castle Museum 2010.292.1, 2010.292.2 Object of the Day
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Kent Wildlife Trust Dec 4
The turtle dove is a red listed bird, and has seen an alarming decline in numbers. You can help provide new habitat for them by helping us restore Ham Fen.
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Davenant Dec 3
The face behind the camera, snow on the Embankment in London c.1947 by the late Wolf Suschitzky and the photographer himself in 2016 aged 104.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 Dec 4
Sit back, relax and enjoy winter at Harbour nature reserve:
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