Little George and his English Governess

Christine Sinninghe Damsté

Christine Sinninghe Damsté

Wednesday 21 January 2015

Little George and his English Governess

Christine Sinninghe Damsté is the author of ‘Jonker in de 19e eeuw’. This book is a result of many years of research into the youth of George van Heeckeren van Wassenaer (1856), who spent part of his boyhood at Twickel Castle in Delden (Twente).

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Christmas Event

Christmas event

Christmas event

Saturday 13 December 2014

Christmas Event

Last year’s Christmas Event at Filmhuis de Keizer with Tea and drinks was a great success. So we are happy to repeat it. Enclosed you will find our invitation for our Christmas Event at  Filmhuis de Keizer, Deventer on Saturday afternoon 13 December at 13.30.

This year we have chosen the latest film by director Mike Leigh: “Mr. Turner”  which is about the life of the famous painter William Turner. More details in our invitation. Like last year we will start with an English Tea. There will be drinks during the interval.  Do join us for this pleasant afternoon.

 

Chedworth Roman Villa

Martin Papworth

Martin Papworth

Wednesday 12 November 2014

Chedworth Roman Villa

Martin Papworth specializes in the history and archaeology of the Dorset Iron Age and has written a book on the local tribe known as the Durotriges. He has worked for the NT for 27 years and has been involved in a range of archaeological projects. Martin carried out work at the great Avebury Henge and discovered buried megaliths and was also involved in the Stonehenge Riverside Project which worked out a new chronology for the Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape. Most recently he has been involved in uncovering mosaics at Chedworth Roman Villa after a new cover building was designed and erected over the West Range of the Villa.

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