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With advances in production techniques, maps became more functional and highly collectable in their own right. On display, they became viewed not only as statements of power but as evidence of wealth and cultural...more
The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.
A course with a DCC Qualified Moorland leader covering practical land navigation, grid references and compass bearings, pacing and timing, route planning and completing a route card, clothing, equipment and a whole lot more. The two days that we are walking are both about 5...more
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The specific purpose of this course is to provide you in easy-to-learn chunks the information you need to become a competent map-and-compass land navigator. You'll find useful information on path finding, compass use, and map reading.Lectures include how to use any lengthy terrain feature as a...more
Learn to read a map, use a compass and plan your own walks in the country. A lifelong skill which will build confidence and fitness. Taught by a qualified mountain leader, the course comprises one evening theory session and one practical full day out where you will use skills learned and some natural navigation...more
Whenever I watch legal TV series like The Good Wife or Suits I can’t help but wonder what life would be like had I pursued law instead of journalism. Would I be as bold and confronting as Harvey Specter or would I be a cool and collected Alicia...
‘Living creatively is something we can honour each and every day, not just waiting for the weekend, or for that time when we retire – it may never come. Let’s choose to live, today.’ It’s not often an interview makes me stop and re-evaluate, yet as...
If you had a spare hour in your day, how would you spend it? Playing video games? Watching your favourite series on Netflix? What about learning something new? I read a very interesting article on inc.com by Michael Simmons...