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Peter Saunders from England is a huge fan of all things dating back to the time when Queen Victoria ruled her empire. He has even created a home that is an authentic tribute to that period. We met up with … Continue reading
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I have just come across an amazing Instagram page called Secret Safe Books where two artists have taken vintage and classic books and made them into keepsake boxes. I especially love the HP Lovecraft, Alice in Wonderland, Jane Austen and … Continue reading
Neil’s talk is very interesting and full of humour- he is witty and so positive! His jokes made me laugh out loud- such as references to eating his favourite songs and maybe if teenagers had Lady Gaga salads they might … Continue reading
Allemande from Handel’s D minor Suite HWV 428, played on the William Smith (c1720) harpsichord at the Bate Collection in Oxford, by Douglas Mews. This instrument quite possibly was played by Handel himself and is certainly built in a style … Continue reading