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Imperial Festival

7-8 May 2016
Explore the livelier side of science at the free Imperial Festival. Open to all over an entire weekend, this festival brings you groundbreaking research, music and art, talks, dance and comedy. Drop in to chat with over 500 scientists, immerse yourself in interactive science demonstrations, take part in experiments and peek behind the curtains at this top university’s most exciting research facilities.

http://www.imperial.ac.uk/festival

Scottish Fisheries Museum

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. 

http://www.scotfishmuseum.org

Military 1st

5.11 Sentinel Watch Black

The 5.11 Tactical Sentinel Watch case is made out of durable and tough 316L stainless steel, has an original Swiss three hand movement and unidirectional ratcheting dive bezel. The dial features 12/24 hour markers, phosphorescent hour and minute hands and easy to read date window. Scratch and chip-resistant mineral glass crystal and antireflective coating together with 24mm silicon strap guarantees comfortable use even in complex situations. Never Get Lost Again!

http://bit.ly/1TRJ2NL

My Leather Manbag

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)
Brown color
Weight: 0.996KG
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.

Ian Edwards

Ian Edwards is celebrating over 40 years of creating a unique range of furniture for the music lover and bibliophile.

No ordinary enterprise, it is housed in a converted chapel in the elegant North Yorkshire town of Harrogate - famed for its flowers and music concerts - where a dedicated team of woodworkers produce a very wide range of quality furniture for the connoisseur.

http://www.iansbespokefurniture.co.uk

Harrison Telescopes

We are a UK registered family business specialising in astronomical Telescopes, Binoculars and related Accessories. We are proud to be authorised UK dealers for all of the brands we sell. With many years experience in the industry we are confident that we offer the finest range of carefully selected goods from the leading brands. Our SSL secured website features useful and accurate descriptions of our full range to help you choose and we are always available to offer advice and answer questions over the phone.

https://www.harrisontelescopes.co.uk/

PINT OF SCIENCE FESTIVAL 15-17 MAY 2017

Pint of Science brings real scientists and new research to your local pub. Over drinks you can pick the brains of some of the UK’s most brilliant academics, away from the laboratory or lecture theatre. This year’s festival (15-17 May 2017) takes place in 27 UK cities, offering talks from over 1000 of the UK’s best scientists for less than the cost of an average pint. Details at pintofscience.co.uk

http://www.pintofscience.co.uk

Aberystwyth University - Department of History & Welsh History

From the ancient world to contemporary America, from the samurai of Japan to the monks of medieval Wales, from Victorian scientists to twentieth-century dictators, the Department of History and Welsh History at Aberystwyth will introduce you to cultures from across the globe and throughout time.  In our own historic location, with a staff of leading historians, and a commitment to research-based teaching and small group classes, we will take you on a path of discovery that stimulates your passion for the past, but that also prepares you for the future.

http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/history