Charlotte Brontë was born on 21st April 1816 in Thornton, West Yorkshire. She was the eldest of the three Brontë sisters whose novels have become classics of English literature. Charlotte Bronte used the pen name Currer Bell to publish her work, her most famous novel being Jane Eyre published in 1847. Her later works include Villette and Shirley. Charlotte… More Charlotte Bronte – 21/4/1816 to 31/3/1855
Trafalgar Square by Juliamaud Trafalgar Square is a site of significant historic and cultural value. John Nash developed the area in 1812 as “a cultural space, open to the public.” In keeping with Nash’s vision that the area should be a public cultural space, the area was redeveloped and reopened in 2003 with improvements to the… More Trafalgar Square – a cultural space for the public
How about an Easter Treasure Hunt? Treasure Hunts in London have THREE EGG-CITING options available. explore Arts and Heritage in London. solve clues and puzzles, take fun photos and complete assignments compete for prizes Choose from Trafalgar Square, The Tate Britain and Brixton. Teams of 2 to 5 players – Individual tickets are £9 to £15.… More Looking for something to do with the family over Easter?
Benedict Egg meets Runcy Spoon Benedict Egg and Runcy Spoon were locked in a vicious battle. Both were rivals in the field of electronic innovation. Both were concerned about the problem of sustainable energy. Both were racing to find a solution. But only one could win The Egg and Spoon Race Benedict Egg with Al… More An Easter Mystery? The Egg & Spoon Race
With the desire to art take out of stuffy traditional galleries and onto the streets, the early 1980s graffiti boom gave art back to the people. Now Street Art itself can be seen as a little mainstream. In Brixton graffiti was seen as a way to brighten the area rather than as a problem. Consequently, the council… More Street art in Brixton
Not a great role model for mothers, the movie “Mommie Dearest” shines the light on Christina Crawford who endured an abusive and traumatic upbringing of at the hands of her mother…screen queen Joan Crawford. Another Hollywood mother , or should that be step-mother, who didn’t deserve flowers for Mothers Day is Barbara Lamb. Set in the golden… More Mommie Dearest from the Golden age of Cinema……
Treasure Hunts in London’s March challenge was to spot the link. Did you work out the connection? The answer was Beyond The Sea – A treasure hunt at The National Maritime Museum There is just enough time to book tickets to this event which takes place at 2pm on 14th March 2015. Tickets are available from http://www.scavengerhunts.london/thil_national_maritime.html… More March Challenge – Connections – Did you work it out?
March Challenge Treasure Hunts in London’s new challenge involves spotting the link. Can you work out the connection? Here is the fourth link
March Challenge Treasure Hunts in London’s new challenge involves spotting the link. Can you work out the connection? Here is the third link
March Challenge Treasure Hunts in London’s new challenge involves spotting the link. Can you work out the connection? Here is the second link