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Stonehenge & Salisbury

Stonehenge & Salisbury

I went to one of the seven wonders on Thursday. Stonehenge. It’s a place that I have heard a lot about, but didn’t know much of. 525 more words

London

Surviving Work Experience

You HAVE to do work experience whilst you’re at uni. If you haven’t already, hurry up and get applying. Think about it, if you don’t try out your supposed ‘dream job’ before you leave uni, you could spend years trying to get it. 753 more words

Student

John Patten JELLISON

John is my first cousin six times removed; we are related through his grandparents, my sixth great grandparents, Benjamin and Agnes (PATTEN) JELLISON.  John and wife Susan were enumerated with one or more children in the 1850, 1860 and 1870 censuses taken in Ellsworth, Hancock, ME. 569 more words

Highlighted Family Member

An Away Match

Clayesmore School, Dorset

I think it’s all too easy to lose sight of the existence of other realities when one spends so much time focused on the particular one in which one has been given particular responsibilities to perform. 287 more words

Education

Guest Blog: Pru Maltby, guest curator at the Young Gallery, talks about how Robin Tanner's drawings inspired The Plant Project

The Plant Project:

A modest rather tatty notebook caught my attention during a commission call-out event for artists and curators to work with the collection held at the… 638 more words

Visual Arts

Dreary In Dorset

Sitting on the train with rain streaming past, the carriage lights only highlight the dull greyness outside of my window. Still it was nice to see the family. 705 more words