Treasures from the largest Bronze Age Hoard ever discovered in London to be displayed

Treasures from the largest Bronze Age Hoard ever discovered in London to be displayed

Items from the largest Bronze Age Hoard ever discovered in London will be displayed for the first time. The major exhibition called, Havering Hoard: A Bronze Age Mystery at the Museum of London Docklands on April 3, 2020. The hoard, the third largest in UK history, was originally excavated in...

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Remembrance Day Poem: Shot At Dawn

Remembrance Day Poem: Shot At Dawn

They marched him out on a frosty Flanders morn, beneath a godless grey despairing sky, His hobnails clattering the cobbles, a final statement to the world, with a whisper why, Seventeen Southdown summers was what he’d seen and now he would not see another, As he walked to the edge...

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1919: The end of the Dying?

1919: The end of the Dying?

We are, perhaps, more familiar with the aftermath of the Second World War than the First. We have a fairly good sense of jubilant VE Day crowds with Churchill on the Buckingham Palace balcony or Atlee’s Labour government creating the NHS and modern Welfare State. Our sense of what followed...

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