Blick Mead likely to Be turned into a documentary

From the Amesbury Museum and Heritage Trust Facebook Page: Great news internationally for Amesbury of a new Documentary on Blick Mead from our good friend Archaeologist David Jacques. I am very pleased to pass on that I am in advanced negotiations with Discovery Channel/ Channel 4 to make a dedicated hour long documentary on our work at Blick … Continue reading

The Real Meaning of our Work? published

Youth clubs like the Boys’ Brigade became a trend in the UK in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Jewish community in the UK began their own clubs to educate and entertain young Jews. These clubs mirrored the examples begun within the Christian community and adapted their models of social control by providing … Continue reading

John Sparrow: Warden of All Souls College, Oxford published

John Sparrow, Warden of All Souls, was a notable character in post-war Oxford. He was educated in the old-time classical humanist tradition, and this remained his field even as the world about him changed. A man with a brilliant mind, he is often remembered negatively – as a bogeyman to progressives because of his outspoken … Continue reading

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