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The Tenterden and District Museum - local history treasure house
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Museum of London 9h
! Bring your little ones to an interactive session exploring about life and death, at the Museum of London Docklands on 21 October. Hurry, the closes very soon!
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Andrew Mayfield (Anders!) Oct 13
First day of the 2018 dig and we've hit a building on day one! Looks like a joys of supported!
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The Ice Age 9h
Hippos in the River Cam 125,000 years ago! This tusk was found at the famous Last Interglacial site at Barrington just south of Cambridge when the hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) was a common sight in the rivers of midland and southern England. My photo
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James 13h
A passion for the poetry of nature: writer Robert Macfarlane is on a quest to reconnect children with the outdoors
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Lost Words Kent Oct 14
Thanks everyone who came for a chat at Moon ME14 3BE this weekend. They're open next Saturday for 9 days in the lead up to . We launch tomorrow for a month in the lead up to helping more children be inspired by nature
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Lost Words Kent 9h
The first of our daily poems a cup full of oaken promise acorn
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jonb 8h
Still flowers in bloom a Bramble with a Carder Bee on it in yesterday's sunshine in
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Imperial War Museums 14h
We're sharing clips of IWM archive footage which features in the trailer for . This clip comes from the Battle of the Somme (1916), which covered the opening phase of the campaign (Battle of Albert) and the infantry offensive on 1 July 1916. IWM 191-3
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Lost Words Kent 9h
Thanks for your great support - your book and nature loving festival goers are the perfect combination for this campaign
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Jackie Morris 5h
Day drew to a close. Colours drained from autumn woods, darkness and shadows gathered beneath trees, still heavy with leaves. All around owls called. And badger brought the moon to silver each leaf, to shine through the darkness. So rest now at days end and dream of the wildwood.
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Lost Words Kent 9h
Thank you . It's worked in other counties - Yorks, Devon, Norfolk as well as all across Scotland. Keen for children in the to have the same chances.
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Lost Words Kent Oct 10
Last of this year's around now. Imagine if the word vanished over the years as the conkers do each Autumn. Not as far-fetched as you might imagine:
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russell miller Oct 11
Super Ancient oak at Lowther. One of very few trees that predates formal planting on the huge estate. A living link to the medieval wood pasture landscape. Great visit to a place that knows it history & is using that knowledge to preserve it future.
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Imperial War Museums Oct 12
During the First World War, Mrs Ripeka Wharawhara Love carried out war work to support Maori soldiers. Her efforts saw her recognised with an OBE. © IWM (WWC D8-5-584)
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The Beaney Oct 9
The Kent Potters exhibition is now open in our . Kent Potters Association is a group of ceramic artists who aim to promote good craftsmanship & mutual cooperation. Enjoy 250 items for sale from around 50 potters from across the county!
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Imperial War Museums Oct 12
'It's truly remarkable, I think it will completely transform the way we remember the First World War' Dan Snow in his podcast on Peter Jackson's :
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Robert Macfarlane Oct 8
Word of the day: "flocculent" - having the texture of tufts of wool, fluffy or woolly in form, clustered, "flocked" (from the Latin "floccus"; cf Old French "floc", meaning both "lock of wool" and "flake of snow")
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SoilFixer Oct 12
There's a big push to halt the drastic decline in British . The launch of the written by lays out the steps we can all take. We thought we’d share our thoughts on how can help
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Andrew Mayfield (Anders!) Oct 10
Penultimate day of 2 and it looks like we've found evidence of a lost building! with support!
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Jackie Morris Oct 9
For all who donated to campaign for books in Sheffield, here's some of the books reaching their natural habitat.
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