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On Ilkley Moor Baht 'at

Where have you been since I saw you, I saw you? On Ilkley Moor without a hat

This week I went up to the moor, Ilkley Moor, where the  far reaching views are particularly beautiful, especially on a bright and clear sunny autumn day such as this one. 727 more words

Real Life

Peter's pondering reblogged this on Peter's pondering and commented:

It is imperative that you all join in with the marvellous rendition of "On Ilkley Moor baht 'at". I will know if you don't!

Virtual Reality Skills: Through the Looking Glass

The use of virtual reality (VR) in heritage is a modern trend (Gaitatzes et al. 2001, 103) that allows viewers to immerse themselves in the past. 564 more words


Bharatpur and Deeg, Rajasthan - Rejuvenating Weekend Getaway

Natural surrounding, Magnificent forts and palaces is what I crave for sometimes during long weekends to move away from hustle and bustle of city life. After googling for few minutes I planned and finalized my weekend getaway trip to Bharatpur and Deeg in Rajasthan. 483 more words

Travelled Destinations

Memories of Camp Samac

By Jill Passmore, Visitor Experience Co-ordinator

I realized when I wrote my last blog post that so many of my memories of the Civic Auditorium were tied into those of Camp Samac as well. 484 more words


The Mudford Insight

South Somerset District Council’s Community Heritage Access Centre (CHAC) near Yeovil recently provided a tour for ten members of the Friends of St. Mary’s Church, Mudford. 295 more words


Lord Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath… a town few km away from the cultural hub of Hinduism and perhaps the birthplace of a civilization several centuries old. 570 more words


Londoner fights to save her 'grande dame'

It was a ‘tug on your heartstrings’ kind of night at the London advisory committee on heritage meeting on Thursday.

75-year-old Londoner Nan Finlayson made another ‘impassioned plea’ to save the nearly 120-year-old heritage protected home where she’s lived at 100 Stanley St., near Wharncliffe and Horton, for decades. 630 more words