To all mothers happy Matronalia - this #Roman festival on 1st March was for Juno Lucina, the goddess of childbirth & of motherhood. Women were allowed to wear their hair loose & mothers received gifts from their husbands & daughters - It was a Roman version of #MothersDay
Lockdown is a good time to have a clear out, but with everyone doing the same, our recycling sites are filling up fast. We empty the containers regularly but if they are full, don’t leave your waste. Please drive to one of our large household waste recycling sites. Thank you
More details on last night's #fireball: the UK Fireball Alliance (UKFAll) press release, our current est. of the strewnfield & inferred flight history. Please get in touch if you think you've found a piece of this #meteorite. @FireballsUK @UKMeteorNetwork https://t.co/QDJAjTLoEs
Happy #StDavidsDay / #DyddGwylDewiHapus!
We thought this was a great time to share this wonderful pin, or stylus, carved to represent a stylized dragon! (AD 866 - 1066) 🐉 From the jaws of the dragon protrudes a short rectangular tongue!
March 1, 1833, the HMS Beagle ⛵ arrives at the Falkland Islands, where #Darwin geologizes a bit and collects fossils ⚒ like those brachiopods.
Bexhill Museum is currently closed on government advice