Dr John C Taylor OBE, who lives on the Isle of Man, has been included in What the British Invented: From the Great to the Downright Bonkers by Gilly Pickup. The book, published by Amberley Books, details many of the inventions that we take for granted in our everyday lives.
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Hardcover: 256 pages - Publisher: Pitch Publishing Ltd (September 2017) ISBN-10: 1785312820 -ISBN-13: 978-1785312823 - RRP: £17.99
Saturday 15th July will see the launch of Leicester’s latest comedy venue. Tucked away in a wooded glade, hidden from view this venue yet just a short drive from the City Centre and visited by 500,000 people a year.
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The Freight Transport Association’s (FTA) head office in Tunbridge Wells is identified as a ‘PokéStop’ in Pokémon Go - the latest craze to hit smartphones.
The new academic year at the King Richard III Visitor Centre has got underway with some great news for the learning team at the award-winning city centre attraction. Following two detailed assessments earlier in the year, the Visitor Centre has received a Sandford Award for Heritage Education.
Published in 2015 by Black Dog Publishing www.blackdogonline.com ISBN: 978 1 908966 85 8 - Pages: 160 - Price: £29.95 This is the first comprehensive publication of the artist's practice to date, and includes the major works in The Imposter Series.
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Unique Book of Bathroom Facts will Amaze and Amuse Anyone Visiting Your Bathroom.
Bill Stillman – Mini Art- Lyddington- 29 October- 30 November Saturday 29 October. - Sunday 30 November An important and successful charity fund raising fine art exhibition with mini sized works. Precious things come in small packages.
Leicester based art gallery Antidote Art celebrated a double win this weekend, having not only secured an exclusive showing of hyper realism artist Paul Corfield’s collection before it’s official public release, but also the joy of hitting their second birthday.
Great Bowden Visual Arts Annual Art Exhibition Great Bowden Village Hall Saturday and Sunday 22nd and 23rd October, 10am to 5pm. There will be a wonderful mix of inspiring local art to delight visitors, and you can choose your favourite in the People's Choice competition. Admission free.
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Now in their 45th year, Mikron Theatre Company make a welcome stop in Market Harborough on Friday 10th June as their Summer Waterways tour travels throughout the region.
The Life of the Robin, by leading ornithologist David Lack – reissued by Pallas Athene Publishers on 9th June, with 21 illustrations by Peter Gillmor – was first published in 1943 and quickly became a leading text in scientific circles and beyond The book was ground-breaking not only in its findin