Bridging the Great Divide

By beverley cook on 8 Jul 2014

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As a child growing up in east London in the 1960s going ‘over the water’ was a rare event. For me the River Thames was a ‘great divide’ that separated me physically and psychologically from an area of London I had no reason to visit. Bridges bore no significance and appeared to stretch from my side of the river into the great unknown. Read the full postRead the full post

The Object of this Blog? Find a Winner

By adam corsini on 7 Jul 2014


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Object of VIP13 – Round 3

For the past week we’ve been pitting objects against each other to determine which has been the best of those worked through during the Museum of London’s 13th Volunteer Inclusion Project. Round 1′s winner was the sword/scabbard pilgrim badge and it is joined in the final with Round 2′s winner, which is…. Read the full postRead the full post