John, Susan, Titty, Roger. The fictional Walker children are much-loved characters in Arthur Ransome’s Swallows and Amazons – a quintessentially English family in an archetypal children’s classic.
Looked at from one side, it’s the leather sole of a child’s shoe, a scarce resource re-purposed during wartime.
A new exhibition taking visitors on a journey through the history of antique dealing, curated by a Leeds academic, opens this week at The Bowes Museum, County Durham.
A new poetry prize aimed at nurturing previously unpublished poets is launched today by the University.
The University is playing a key part in next week's city-wide Light Night celebrations, with events ranging from live coding to a marvellous mushroom adventure.