Pic Of The Week

Pic of the Week: National Youth Day: India

11th Jan 2019

Eduardo Seastres 'Baby in the Basket' The Indian Government declared Swami Vivekananda’s birthday, January 12, as National Youth Day to honor the great spiritual leader, and to encourage the youth in the country. In 1893…
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Pic of the Week: Valentines Day: 14th February 2019

14th Feb 2019

Lisa Shalom 'Pausing for affection' St Valentine's Day is said to have originated to commemorate the martyrdom of Valentinus at the hands of Claudius on 14th February, and to be celebrated from 496AD. Going even further back,…
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Pic of the Week: The Mosque

8th Feb 2019

Susan Brown 'The Mosque' As our Pic of the Week this week, we have chosen this image by Susan Brown, which is part of our Architecture catalogue. Architecture will be out on tour from next week, starting…
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Chinese New Year: 5th February 2019

6th Feb 2019

Olivier Ramera 'Traffic' Traditionally, the holiday, known as Spring Festival, encompassing the Chinese New Year, lasts for 15 days. The date of the New Year itself changes each year as it is calculated according to…
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Pic of the Week: Snow! 1st February 2019

1st Feb 2019

Victor Tregubov Looooots of Snow This white stuff has been the main subject of conversation, both spoken and on social media for the last few days, so we thought we'd join in with this stunning image…
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Pic of the Week: Burns Night: 25 January 2019

23rd Jan 2019

Pawel Zygmunt 'The King of Scotland' Burns Night, now a national event commemorating the life of revolutionary Scot, Robert Burns, was originally a memorial dinner for close friends and family. Robert "Rabbie" Burns, Scotland's National Poet, wrote…
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Pic of the Week:Winnie the Pooh Day

18th Jan 2019

Janette Hill 'Eurasian Brown Bear Today is Winnie the Pooh day, chosen as 18th January was author, A.A Milne's birthday. The characters in the popular stories and now multi million dollar Disney franchise, are based on cuddly…
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Pic of the Week: St Andrew's Day

30th Nov 2018

Saint Andrew has been the patron saint of Scotland for centuries – thousands of years in fact as he was made patron saint in 1320. This was when Scotland declared independence. On November 30th, in…
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Pic of the Week : Monochrome

23rd Nov 2018

Greylag Geese by Patricia Gibson taken in Farnham, England This weekend is the last opportunity to see our Monochrome exhibition on show in Maidenhead before it heads off to London for one last outing this year.…
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Pic of the Week : International Men's Day

16th Nov 2018

‘Dancing Dani’ by Gunther De Bruyne On Monday it is International Men's Day. This worldwide event celebrates the positive value men bring to the world, to their families and to the communities in which they live.…
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