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Education Service Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

17/7/2015 15:00

Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

17/7/2015 14:46

Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Stephen Pike

16/7/2015 14:18

Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Stephen Pike

16/7/2015 14:18

Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Stephen Pike

16/7/2015 14:18

Historical figures make their way to the Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

16/7/2015 13:51

Historical figures make their way to the Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

16/7/2015 13:51

Historical figures make their way to the Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

16/7/2015 13:51

Historical figures make their way to the Education Centre Opening

© UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor

16/7/2015 13:51

‘LiberTeas at Naseby 370’ at Naseby Battlefield

Sunday 14 June was the 370th anniversary of the Battle of Naseby – the decisive battle of the first English Civil War (14 June 1645). This image shows a re-enactment display of the battle, which...

17/6/2015 11:17

'Worcester LiberTea' at The Commandery, Worcester

During Worcester’s LiberTeas event 17th century President John Adams (actor, pictured here, drinking tea) delivered his famous speech urging people to visit "the ground where liberty was...

17/6/2015 11:17

‘LiberTeas at Naseby 370’ at Naseby Battlefield

Tea is served at 3pm at this LiberTeas event, organised by the Naseby Battlefield Project, the Friends of Kettering Art Gallery and Museum and the Civic Society.

17/6/2015 11:17

'The Great Debate' at Chartwell

(L-R) Randolph Churchill (great grandson of Sir Winston Churchill) and Peter Tatchell (British political campaigner) drinking tea at Chartwell, the former home of Sir Winston Churchill. Later in...

17/6/2015 11:17

'Worcester LiberTea' at The Commandery, Worcester

Taking tea at 3pm as part of LiberTeas! Costumed re-enactors and interpreters reflected, debated and celebrated the rights that we enjoy today and commemorate those who worked to gain them. ...

17/6/2015 11:17

‘The Great Charter Festival’, at Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham

As part of a daylong free festival of art and ideas, the Magna Carta Giants (pictured) explored the 800 year legacy of Magna Carta through the stories of eight influential people. In 2014 Surrey...

17/6/2015 10:52

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