Bristol's Brilliant Archaeology

On Saturday we participated in Bristol's Brilliant Archaeology, part of the nationwide Festival of Archaeology organised by the Council for British Archaeology. We sneaked a small pile of brochures on the exhibition stand of our friends at the Clifton Antiquarian Club and enjoyed a great turn out from local schools. Bristol’s contribution to the Festival of Archaeology this year was “Bristol’s Brilliant Archaeology”, a spectacular day of history and archaeology at Blaise Castle Estate. The Club had a stand in the Picture Room in the main house. Most appropriately the backdrop to our table was a “View of Bristol from Clifton Down” by W.J. Muller, painted in 1837. Interestingly, another fine p

The Travelling History Company in the City of London

Last week we attended a breakfast seminar on Brexit which presented a great opportunity to get some early insight from leading professionals on the impact of Brexit thus far. Most, probably all, those in the audience had interests in China. In a marvellous introduction from Xu Xin, Minister Councillor at the Economic & Commercial Counsellor’s Office at the Chinese Embassy in London, we were reassured that attitudes towards UK trade continues to be very positive and we remain in the “Golden Era” of Sino British trade relations. For those of us in the tourism industry, the weak pound is encouraging increasing numbers of travellers to the UK and record numbers are expected in the summer season

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