Calling all students!
Join us online for an evening of games, workshops, and behind-the-scenes adventures, in an exclusive wellbeing event on 29 April. Sign up for event emails using your uni email address, and get the low down direct to your inbox
The vast peat wetland of early #medieval East Anglian fens were divided between territorial groups which carefully, collectively controlled & managed grasses & water to support their pastoral livelihoods. Weds 21 April at 3 pm GMT. Register via this link
Daphne du Maurier–died #OTD 1989–was often categorised as a 'romantic novelist', a term she deplored, given that her novels rarely have a happy ending, & are infused sinister overtones & shadows of the paranormal. #TheBirds #Rebecca #JamaicaInn #MyCousinRachel #DontLookNow
The Long Man of Wilmington, Eric Ravilious, 1939. It depicts the landscape of the Wilmington Giant chalk man cut into the side of a hill on the South Downs in East #Sussex. The original artwork is in the collection of @V_and_A.
Bexhill Museum is currently closed on government advice
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