The Royal Society of Sculptors

The Royal Society of Sculptors

Sitting confidently, albeit incongruously, amongst white stucco Italianate villas, and next to a Shell petrol station on the Old Brompton Road, is an ornate, red brick, double-fronted, Dutch-gabled building with leaded windows, called Dora House. This is home to The Royal Society of Sculptors, founded in 1905 by some of...

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Hammersmith hospitals urgently need £1.3 billion worth of repair works

Hammersmith hospitals urgently need £1.3 billion worth of repair works

Hammersmith hospitals will need £1.3 billion to fix an urgent backlog of repairs – the biggest backlog of any NHS organisation. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust will need the massive sum of cash to prevent a high-risk disruption to services in the future, partly due to the age of their...

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De Vere Latimer hotel, Chesham

De Vere Latimer hotel, Chesham

How do you like your hotels? Country House, full of history and Agatha Christie-type intrigues, or modern clean and bright, a homage to the minimalist ideals? Those keen on the former will delight in this incredibly accessible location in the heart of the beautiful Chess valley, which is under an...

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BBC Mini Documentaries in review

BBC Mini Documentaries in review

Unlocking the Secrets of the World’s Oldest Computer:  Over 120 years ago near the island of Antikythera in Greece, sponge divers came across an astonishing shipwreck where they found hundreds of artifacts like vases, statues, and works of art. However, there was one major discovery that changed our view of...

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