• The kids are alright!
    The kids are alright!
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    With the summer holiday upon us and the start of our History in the Hols season just over a week away, Mark Rowland reflects on his baptism of fire and the fun he has had since in running family walks. I qualified for my guiding badges in 2012 (City of London) and 2013 (City of…

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  • A Not Very Special Relationship: John Adams In London
    A Not Very Special Relationship: John Adams In London
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    With the “special relationship” under a new post-Brexit scrutiny and our cousins across the pond in election fever, Michael Duncan explores the London connection of maybe the most forgotten of the Founding Fathers. John Adams, the Second President of the United States, is overshadowed by his fellow founding fathers. George Washington towered over him physically…

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  • August is History in the Hols month!
    August is History in the Hols month!
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    Been a tough year for parents hasn’t it? As if the stress of SATs for 10 and 11 year olds wasn’t enough, the Pound’s recent nosedive has, for many, put the annual two-week escape to the beaches of Europe in jeopardy. So with summer upon us and a “staycation” boom apparently in full flow, the…

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  • There ain’t no cure for the Ealing blues
    There ain’t no cure for the Ealing blues
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    As if Ealing’s claim to fame as the hotbed of a peculiarly British type of film comedy wasn’t enough, Alan Fortune relates the story of how an unprepossessing back street in deepest Ealing also reveals the location of the birth of one of the most important movements in British music. Across the road from Ealing…

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