Admission to Horsham Museum and Art Gallery is free. Horsham Museum is situated at the head of the Causeway one of Sussex's most picturesque streets of period buildings. The museum building itself dates back to the 1400's and is well worth a visit alone. With more than 26 galleries covering subjects from local trades to fashion, and prehistory to the poet Percy B. Shelley, the museum has been described as the Victoria & Albert in miniature.
National Mining Museum Scotland is a 5 star visitor attraction set in the wonderfully restored Lady Victoria Colliery in Newtongrange, just 5 minutes from the Edinburgh City by-pass and a 5 minute walk from Newtongrange Railway Station! Visitors can enjoy two floors of fascinating exhibitions before being met by an ex-miner guide for a tour of the colliery with insights into what life was like for the miners and their families. For more information and full events programme please see www.nationalminingmuseum.com or find National Mining Museum Scotland on Facebook!
3-8 OCTOBER 2016
The Malvern Festival of Innovation is a celebration of human creativity with a focus on science, technology and entrepreneurship. Spanning several days in and around Great Malvern, the programme includes the Next Generation Innovators schools outreach day, themed business days, and the family day. Many of the events are free to attend and are designed to inspire and enthuse so that you leave with your horizons expanded and your mind enthralled...
A beautifully constructed, hard wearing leather bag, made to last. Perfect for day to day use.
Crazy Horse leather **
Size approximately 13"L x 2.5"W x 9.5"H inches (33cm L x 6.5cm W x 24cm H)
Adjustable long strap.
This bag can be used as a briefcase, messenger bag, or laptop bag. Padded internal compartment to protect device. Brass tone hardware. Zipper top closure. Lined with durable fabric, has a zippered pocket and two additional pockets (fits wallet and mobile telephone) and three pen slots.
Piet Hein Eek S42 Tube Watch
Piet Hein Eek is famous for creating his own interior brand NLXL. Not content with dominating the interior design world, Piet turned his hand to a range of Clocks, Mini Speakers and Watches for LEFF Amsterdam.
Extruded steel has been precision cut to create the face of the S42 Tube Watch, giving a refined industrial look. Shown here in Matt Black with matching Metal Strap, the S42 is also available in Gold and Steel. Great attention to detail means this watch is truly unique.
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Emporio Armani AR5905 Watch
This fashionable men's Emporio Armani AR5905 watch in black and gold, set around a multi dial clock face with date function and chronograph is the perfect addition to every outfit. The bracelet fastens with a push button clasp to keep the watch attached no matter the activity.
Situated in a wonderful collection of historic buildings on the harbour of a small and beautiful fishing port, we are a charitable trust which has become a national institution with an international reputation.
Check out our exhibitions, events and news pages for the latest on ‘What’s On’ at the museum. we are proud to welcome all of our visitors, young and old, to an experience that will be both highly entertaining and informative.
Emporio Armani AR2448 Watch
The Emporio Armani AR2448 features date window function and a stopwatch. This timepiece has been crafted from Stainless steel giving it a timeless look and durable functionality. The blue watch face features silver baton time markers and the watch is powered by the reliable Japanese quartz movement inside.
Come and soak up the incredibly warm and friendly atmosphere of our Annual Astronomy
Festival whether for just one day or the whole weekend. There is a full programme for
2016 including lectures, trade stalls, family workshops, astronomy societies, telescope
talks and daily raffles. All this plus observing through the giant telescopes (weather
International speakers and innovative ideas in an island setting. Tidal power, exploring the
Solar System, gravitational waves, the mathematics of the Neolithic, the sultan and the
stars, Dirac and his equation, Hamilton and Dublin’s river, the cathedral builders, 3D
printing, dolphin communication, pulsars and porridge-making, Shackleton’s journey,
the days of the herring, probing the permafrost. Plus outings, concerts, food and drink.