- 12 miles on familiar and less familiar public footpaths alongside streams, through woodlands with the first showings of wild garlic and bluebells, and fields with fancy cows and tiny lambs (some so fresh they still had the remains of umbilical cords). . #walksinthecountryside #walksinthecountry #dailyexercise #theshire #tiredbyhappy #ruralstuff #rurallifeView from bed. Meryl McMaster print, a woman with a boat full of crows. . Lying here listening to the jackdaws doing their morning thing in the chimney above my head. Sounds like they have set up a blacksmiths workshop. So much hammering ⚒ . I have a day's leave today. Booked before all this started. But I'm taking it. If you're working from home you should still take leave. You will need it. . #morning #dayoff #workingfromhome #workingfromhomelife #mentalhealth #lookafteryourself
Category Archives: Museums
There has been an increase in stories in the press about the return of cultural objects to their place of origin. Such as Moai are family and return looted art to Africa. One discussion has centred on the benefits of … Continue reading
I have just stepped down after almost six years as a Trustee for Hartlebury Castle Preservation Trust. I have previously been a trustee for a range of heritage sector organisations including professional development, strategic, and heritage preservation bodies. I thought I’d … Continue reading
“Here was an elaborate tapestry of institutions of national and local importance woven over two hundred years.” Robert Hewison, Cultural Capital: The Rise and Fall of Creative Britain, 2014.
Happy 2nd Birthday to Museum!.
Hartlebury Castle’s future secured with help of Heritage Lottery Fund.
A visit to Hellens, a Jacobean manor house in Herefordshire, was such a delight and produced so many pictures, I felt a blog was the thing. To start. Some serious door knockers. The toilets were a mini-museum in their own … Continue reading