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Autumn at The Sculpture Park

With so much going on in the world, The Sculpture Park in Surrey really is a place in which to escape and get lost within the arts... Sponsored post Autumn is a wonderful time for getting...
The Bayeaux Tapestry tells the story of the Norman Conquest

The story of the Battle of Hastings: What is the Bayeux Tapestry?

We tell the story of the Battle of Hastings – William the Conqueror’s decisive battle, beautifully depicted in the embroidered artwork William the Conqueror's arrival on the shores of southern England changed the course of...
Bayeux Tapestry. Credit: Robert Harding Picture Library/Alamy

10 facts about the Battle of Hastings

In 1066 William the Conqueror set sail from Normandy to take part in one of the fiercest battles on British soil and one that changed the course of history forever... Here are 10 facts about...

William Morris at Kelmscott Manor: Life’s rich tapestry

William Morris's idyllic Cotswold retreat has reopened after a three-year renovation. We step inside to uncover the stories and scandals of Kelmscott Manor Words by Henrietta Easton A sunny day in June was the ideal time...

7 ways to follow in Harper Lee’s footsteps at Oxford University

The author of To Kill a Mockingbird embarked on her writing career after attending an Oxford University summer school. Is an Oxford summer experience the inspiration you need to start your writing career? SPONSORED POST In...

Restoring Stowe House

Stowe House is a stately home with a difference, where schoolchildren work alongside conservators to keep its spirit alive Today, visitors to Stowe House travel along the tree-lined Stowe Avenue from Buckingham, northeast of Oxford. En...

Follow in the footsteps of William the Conqueror on the 1066 Country Walk

Follow in the footsteps of William of Normandy, across the rolling hills and atmospheric marshes which witnessed the Norman Conquest, and through the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty The 31-mile 1066 Country Walk...

Gardens in Kent and Sussex: Wonders of the Weald

Gardens in Kent and Sussex, so little changed over the centuries, are undoubtedly some of the finest in the country Picture a quintessentially English landscape and it probably looks much like the slice of southeastern...

Oxford’s Story Museum is open at last

The pandemic is a challenge that the newly opened Story Museum in Oxford have overcome with creativity. Who said social distancing can't be fun? The magic begins the moment you step into the enchanted Portal...

A weekend in Bray

It’s renowned for its Michelin-star restaurants, but this riverside idyll has much more in store   It’s not immediately obvious why the 16th-century Thameside village of Bray in Berkshire is one of the world’s gastronomic...
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