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Archive - 03 2014

A lesson in History

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Briony Darnley

28 March 2014

Hi everyone, Having never particularly been too into the subject of History, it has come as a surprise to me that I am thoroughly enjoying doing various bits of research for our regular Art of Carving feature. I get the chance to look into historic buildings around the world and the intricate carvin ...

The carvings of Canterbury Cathedral

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Mark Baker

18 March 2014

I was out for the day in Canterbury on Saturday. Since I am working 9 out of 13 weekends or some part of them least – a full weekend off is a treat. So since I nor my wife has been to Canterbury for some time, we set off on what was a gloriously sunny day. Canterbury is an old city and has a rich ar ...

Another free weekend

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Mark Baker

12 March 2014

This weekend will see me with a weekend off, with no shows to attend. I must admit to being absolutely shattered, so no work for me this weekend in any shape whatsoever. The weather’s meant to be nice so maybe a walk or visit somewhere I haven’t been to before. Last weekend saw me at The South of En ...

Challenges

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Briony Darnley

6 March 2014

Hi all, So, I can certainly say that the last couple of weeks have been more than a little hectic for us, with some articles having not gone to plan. It has been quite an experience for a new editorial assistant. With the magazine only being days from print and an article being pulled, we had to qui ...

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