NEWS: Wood You Believe It

This year marks the centenary of the Forestry Commission. It was founded in September 1919, with a mission to restore the nation’s woods and forests following the First World War. Today it is the country’s largest landowner, looking after over 1,500 forests around the UK. To celebrate the centenary, there will be events all around […]

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The largest William Blake exhibition in decades comes to London this autumn. Best known for the words to the anthemic hymn Jerusalem and the poem The Tyger, Blake was also a skilled and prolific artist, never truly recognised in his lifetime. Tate Britain is exhibiting over 300 original watercolours, paintings and prints – as well […]

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NEWS: Suited and Rebooted

The upstairs and downstairs of Downton Abbey is back, this time with a big screen film version out this autumn. The movie takes place in 1927, telling the story of George V’s visit to the family home and the problems this causes for a household unprepared to cater for such a distinguished guest. The cast […]

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