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Special Seminar on Thursday 25 September

Rachel Pistol (RHUL)

The fight for redress: How the Japanese American community redefined the memory of Second World War internment

Tricia Logan (RHUL)

Métis peoples and Canada: residential schools, Illegitimate breeding and perceptions of the ‘half-caste’ 43 more words

Seminars

Heritage Open Days this week end, recommend Royal Holloway College

Today, we toured parts of Royal Holloway college in Egham. We splendidly lunched in the famous Picture Gallery, surrounded by the paintings collected by the founder of the college, Thomas Holloway, in incredibly short space of time, between 1881 and 1883. 70 more words

Culture

Weight injury overshadows Abingdon cupset

Abingdon United pulled off a cup shock against higher-league opposition Egham Town, but the match was overshadowed by a severe injury to Egham midfielder Scott Weight, who had to be taken to hospital with a broken ankle. 615 more words

Match Reports

Great Fosters Afternoon Tea

Built in 1550 as a royal hunting lodge, Great Fosters is now a hotel that serves meals along with a luxury afternoon tea. With my Canadian mother and sister visiting from Canada and realising they’d never experienced a proper English afternoon tea, I decided to take them to Great Fosters. 517 more words

Restaurants

7th-10th August – 18th Egham Real Ale & Cider Festival 2014 (Egham, Surrey) Preview

Address: Egham United Services Club, 111 Spring Rise, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9PE (Website)

Entry Price/Session times:

Thu 7th August: 10am-11pm (£3)
Fri 8th August: 353 more words

Cider