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    Lecture at Colchester Castle 'Tea + Torcs: Dressed in Their Best?'

    08.02.2020 | Colchester Castle, Colchester CO1 1TJ

    On Saturday 8th February, MOLA Senior Finds Specialist, Lyn Blackmore will be giving a guest lecture at Colchester Castle, 'Dressed in their best? A look at dress in Anglo-Saxon burial'. Lyn's lecture is part of the Tea + Torcs series by Colchester & Ipswich Museums, inviting experts to talk on subjects around the 'Adorn: Jewellery, The Human Story' exhibition.

  • CITiZAN Guided Walk: Ramsgate's Royal Harbour

    08.02.2020 | Nice Things Gallery, 19-21 Harbour Street Ramsgate CT11 8HA

    Join the CITiZAN team in a guided walk to discover the Heritage of Ramsgate Harbour and the remarkable stories that shaped it. Ramsgate harbour was a favourite destination for Darwin, Van Gogh and Queen Victoria, the only UK harbour with Royal Status.

  • CITiZAN Guided Walk: Ramsgate's Royal Harbour

    07.02.2020 | Nice Things Gallery, 19-21 Harbour Street Ramsgate CT11 8HA

    Join the CITiZAN team in a guided walk to discover the Heritage of Ramsgate Harbour and the remarkable stories that shaped it. Ramsgate harbour was a favourite destination for Darwin, Van Gogh and Queen Victoria, the only UK harbour with Royal Status.

  • East Kent Mencap Photography Exhibition Open Day

    06.02.2020 | Nice Things Gallery, 19-21 Harbour Street Ramsgate CT11 8HA

    Come and see amazing images of Ramsgate Hoverport and its wildlife, taken by members of the group in this exhibition supported by CITiZAN at the Nice Things Gallery. On the Open Day, you can meet the photographers themselves, and hear all about their photos.

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    Engaging with IROs: 'Exploring Research, Policy and Practice Interfaces' conference

    31.01.2020 | Dana Research Centre and Library,165 Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5HD

    This conference, organised by AHRC Heritage & IROC explores the opportunities and challenges of working across institutions and the interfaces of research, policy and practice. There will be a variety of speakers, from across the cultural sector and research institutes.

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