Prestigious Historic Clock Exhibition Heads To London

Two private clock collectors have collaborated to stage an outstanding exhibition of early English clocks at the prestigious venue of Bonhams, New Bond Street, London in September. The exhibition, called Innovation & Collaboration will also feature third party loans, including contributions from the Science Museum, the Clockmakers’ Company

Measles outbreaks across England

Public Health England is advising the public to ensure they have had 2 doses of MMR vaccine after outbreaks of measles are confirmed across England. Between 1 January 2018 and 13 August 2018 there have been 828 laboratory confirmed measles cases in England. Cases were

CMA confirms move to East London

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is progressing its commitment to move its HQ by September 2019. It has signed an ‘Agreement for Lease’ on a refurbished building in Canary Wharf that will lead to significant savings in accommodation costs. This relocation fits with the

Merton students celebrate A level success

Students and teachers in Merton maintained schools are celebrating another set of 6th form results in A’ levels and Applied General qualifications such as Level 3 BTECs. Students from Wimbledon College and Ursuline 6th form partnership celebrate their results at Wimbledon College with Leader of

Dream comes true for young ‘nuclear expert’

School pupil Samuel Boardman had wowed decommissioning leaders with a letter detailing how he would empty the highly-hazardous ponds. The 11-year-old, from North Wales, came up with a proposal, using similar techniques to those already being used. So impressed was the head of the legacy