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Navigation House 30m
Join us on Sunday 23rd June, 11am at for Simon Pawley's FREE history walk 'The Plague Spot of the Town: How the Victorians Re-Invented Northgate'. In the meantime, any guesses as to where this is?
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Heritage@WSHC 8m
Catsbrain, Breakheart and Labour-in-vain... find out about the hidden history of Wiltshire field and place names in our talk next Weds June 26 at 10.30am
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Dulwich Local History 2h
Vintage image: East Dulwich fire station, Lordship Lane (hence Fireman's Alley which runs alongside). Roughly where the telephone exchange is now.
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Daisy Horsley 2h
Replying to @poc80 @NatHeritageSch
Thanks! It was a fantastic day and you lot were brilliant! Hope you got some useful ideas and resources and you can start planning your teaching and learning!
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Good Morning West Belfast 2h
Good morning from Good Morning West Belfast - Do you remember when we use to get money back for empty bottles?
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History Press Local 1h
The Earl of Pembroke's army defeated Robert the Bruce's Scottish army at the Battle of Methven in 1306. Bruce barely escaped and fled with a few followers to the Scottish Highlands. Read more about Robert the Bruce here
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Looking Behind Our Doors 16h
The Looking Behind Our Doors drop in session in Kirrie Library last Tuesday proved richly successful, sharing knowledge and gathering in valuable material that members had already researched. Fantastic to see the project moving on.
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Great Yarmouth Library-Norfolk County Council 16h
Only one week to go till this Local History Talk with Anne Mason only £3 payable the door.
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BattlefieldsBTH 11h
Investigating local soldiers resting JUST in places we visit,impact on commmunities is clear looking at this!
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Wath History Department 16h
Anniversary of Orgreave today- was anyone from your family involved?
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Helen Hillman Jun 14
Had the best day dicking around Manor Farm in Ruislip making a spoof documentary and coming up with local history enquiry questions with fellow history PGCE students. So great to have a new set of history nerd buds.
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MCR Jewish Museum 17h
Our this week gives another view of Cheetham Hill Road. We aren't certain on the date of this image, can anyone give a guess?
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PR1 MEDIA 12h
Today in 1819 the Lancaster Canal opened for business.
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Glasheen 5th Classes 23h
Really enjoying our trip to , a wonderful place to visit in !!!
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Dunham Tavern Museum 20h
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Ms Preston Jun 16
Had a brill day on Friday, exploring George F Watts' hidden gem in Postman's Park, thinking about GCSE site studies, how we remember, who we remember, Victorian morality and evidence for working class lives and deaths
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The Wilson Jun 17
Don't forget, The galleries are closed on Mondays so we can get on with essential maintenance and changes, such as changing the contents of our temporary display case in the gallery. The playbills have been put away and now it features related objects
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Christina Laidlaw 22h
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Christina Laidlaw 22h
A trip to Sunnycroft. (1/2) @ Sunnycroft
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Sevenoaks Gastro 20h
The Heritage Exhibition opens tomorrow at the Kaleidoscope Gallery
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