The National Justice Museum, formerly known as the Galleries of Justice, in the centre of Nottingham is a very interesting place. It is situated in the Lace Market area and documents the history of law and justice throughout history. Continue reading “The National Justice Museum”
Linney is a sixth generation, world-class, multichannel marketing services group.
That sounds quite complex and jargonistic. So, to put it more simply, they are a family business which uses numerous outlets like social media, newspapers, billboards and radio to market products or ideas for other companies. Continue reading “Linney”
Today I graduated from the University of Nottingham. The ceremony complete, I am now officially entering the world of work and adulthood. Continue reading “Reflections on University”
The Cross is one of the key symbols of Christianity. However, despite being widely used, the power of the cross has been lost with modernity. In Roman times, the cross was associated with crucifixion and symbolised a gruesome death. Continue reading “The Meaning of the Cross”
Girl Heart Girl is a book which gives a detailed narrative of Lucy Sutcliffe’s life during childhood, adolescence and young adulthood. Sutcliffe has already made a number of films which she has posted on YouTube which detail parts of her life, especially the joys and trials of a long-distance relationship. Continue reading “Girl ♥ Girl”
For the past two months I have been going to the Boots Archives in Beeston, Nottingham to complete an internship which has been very exciting and interesting. Continue reading “Experiencing Heritage”