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.
Providing an opportunity to study at Oxford from anywhere in the world, the University’s Department for Continuing Education is running ten-week tutor-led online courses, with multiple intakes throughout the year. Over 90 courses are available in 20 subject areas including Archaeology, Environment and Sustainability, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Sciences and others.
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.
The award-winning 6th community science festival, Dunbar SciFest (Friday 4 - Sunday 13
March 2016) will feature two family Science Ceilidhs; the Chain Reaction light show animating
Torness Power Station, a family weekend of stage shows, drop-in sessions, workshops
and storytelling; the SCI-FUN exhibition of 50 interactives; two Royal Photographic Society
exhibitions and An Ingenious Whittler – John Muir the Inventor exhibition
Antiques & Home Show - Lincolnshire Showground - April 4th - 5th / May 30th - 31st / August 15th - 16th / October 10th - 11th / November 28th - 29th
Decorative Home & Salvage Show - May 13th - 15th Ripley Castle / June 10th - 12th Cheshire Showground / July 15th - 17th Loseley Park / August 5th - 7th Cheshire Showground / September 9th - 11th
Donington Antiques Market - April 18th / May 9th / June 27th / July 25th / September 19th / October 24th
CERTIFICATE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN ASTRONOMY
BY EVENING STUDY AT UCL
• Undergraduate Certificate in two years of part-time study beyond the level of ordinary evening classes, endorsed by the Royal Astronomical Society.
• No subject-related A-level requirements
• Ideal for those teaching GCSE and A-level Astronomy modules
• UCL’s Physics and Astronomy Department is top-rated for teaching and research
• One evening per week at UCL from 6pm to 9pm, located close to Euston Station in Central London
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!
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!
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...
The Times Cheltenham Science Festival is a six day celebration of science spanning
everything from helpful ‘how to’ sessions and big nights out, to in-depth discussions
about physics, philosophy, engineering and more. Taking place in the heart of
Cheltenham with a packed family programme, Professor Brian Cox said “Cheltenham
is, without doubt, the premier science festival in the country.” Expect a brand new
spectacular Space Zone for 2016!