Medway Queen – a heroine of Dunkirk
Built for summer day cruises in the the jazz age, Medway Queen showed her real metal during the Second World War, making no less than 7 trips as part of the unique Dunkirk….
Take to the Skies - Introducing The Shuttleworth Collection
From ‘sticks and a bit of cloth’, to a symbol of hope and stars of the silver screen - aircraft have given us wings, and changed the way we see and travel….
Ok, so I don’t have a garden, but during lockdown, I’ve never been so appreciative of everyone else’s gardens, or missed so much the beautiful parks near….
Mindful Museums for Worry Monsters
Soothe cares + help historians of the future! In worrying times wandering museums and galleries has always been a good way to get a little peace and perspective for me.….
Meddlesome (or Marvellous) Millie
Introducing: Millicent Fanny Sutherland Leveson Gower - she has a mouthful of a name, but my, what a life! Many thanks to Sylvia Baddeley, one of our fantastic local….
‘Your Ever Loving G’
Such a simple phrase to sign off a letter, but the hunt for 'G' has ignited a spiralling story of love that's inspiring people across the globe.….
CFCCA – a Contemporary Chinese Collection
So this is an intriguing picture...and there's an interesting story to go with it! Allow me to introduce Katie Waring from the CFCCA... and wish you all a prosperous….
Posters for Peace - introducing The Peace Museum
In a year celebrating People Power, as the season of peace and goodwill (as well as feasting and festivity) approaches there was only one place to turn for our next….
Introducing… Explore Churches
Standing at the heart of our local communities for centuries the churches of England are chock full of history within the most stunning architecture. Over HODs thousands….