At the Beach. Folkstone. Photographed on the 17th September 1906.
@ofdarknmacabre "...possibly smitten with the prevailing craze for the #supernatural, was impersonating a #ghost on Monday evening, being more or less appropriately garbed in a sack..." Bexhill Chronicle 10.1.1920. Always do a full Risk Assessment. #FaustianFriday #History #1920s
This gardening prize from Clapham Police Station (then at the junction of Union Grove and Smedley Street) was awarded to Charles Henry Morley Goodsell (1907-2004), a market gardener's son from Bexhill. At the time Charles was a Met PC living in Tulse Hill. #LBLMAGiantAndTiny
Neck of an amphora addressed to the #legion. The neck of a 'Rhodian' amphora but almost certainly from #Crete, this type of vessel arrived in Britain in the 50s & 60s AD rarely later. #Isca #Caerleon #Roman 🏴 #RomanArchaeology #romanbritain #Archaeology #wine
#InternationalYouthDay gives an opportunity for governments & organizations to draw attention to youth issues worldwide.
This #Roman marble relief depicts #children playing ball games. It dates to the 2nd Century AD and was likely part of a Roman sarcophagus. @MuseeLouvre
Our next family event will be all about marine mammals on Thursday 18th August. We’ll be looking at this fascinating group of animals and other non-fish ocean dwellers with some arts and crafts activities. Please book in advance.