Category Archives: Education

Virtual reality dance experience tells history of Lion Salt Works Museum

A new virtual reality experience will open at Lion Salt Works Museum on 01 December 2017 as part of the museum’s collaboration with renowned dancer and choreographer, Martin Hylton. Funded by Arts Council England’s Museum Resilience Fund, Salt is a fully immersive dance piece, presented in 360° virtual reality, reflecting the gruelling work that was…
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Bishop Heber Sixth Form Students Organise Charity Walk

Bishop Heber Sixth Form Students Organise Charity Walk for Cheshire Crimebeat at Combermere Abbey   6th October   In conjunction with the High Sheriff of Cheshire, Sarah Callander Beckett, Sixth Form students at Bishop Heber High School in Malpas are organising an autumn walk around the lake at Combermere Abbey to raise funds for Cheshire…
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King’s is hosting its first ever Science and Engineering Gala

Are you ready to provide for the scientists of the future? We live in exciting times. Soon we could be colonising space; using nanotechnology to improve the environment and propel major advances in medicine—and even using artificially-intelligent robots to do our daily chores. Pushing the boundaries of science into the stratosphere is one thing. Supporting…
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Award-winning writer to unlock mystery of medieval Chester

Writer Deborah McAndrew has been commissioned to create a new script for the next cycle of the medieval Chester Mystery Plays, which will be performed in the nave of Chester Cathedral in 2018. The playwright, who trained as a teacher before embarking on a portfolio career as a writer and actor, was a well-known face…
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