God of mischief Loki has a formidable new foil in the form of Hunter B-15, played by Wunmi Mosaku. As Marvel’s latest streaming series kicks off, Asgard’s troublemaker-in-chief (Tom Hiddleston) has managed to disrupt the flow of time, inadvertently creating a new “variant” of himself that becomes a real headache
After 10 more years of underwater exploration, a new edition of Great British Marine Animals – published this week, 9th June. Great British Marine Animals lifts the lid on the wonderful diversity of creatures that live in our seas and the colourful and fascinating ways they go about their lives.
A morning at stover Country Park today, A great place to photograph wild birds. Today a stunning Mandarin duck and a beautiful family of 8 signets. Stover Country Park contains over 114 acres of woodland, heathland, grassland, lake and marsh and a substantial variety of wildlife. It is a site of
Cornwall Museums Partnership (CMP) is delighted to announce its partnership with the National Gallery and Concern Wadebridge to facilitate the Cornwall stretch of a national exhibitions tour, Jan van Huysum Visits, following the positive response to Artemisia Visits in 2019. As part of a tour of six locations across the
The British Normandy Memorial was officially opened on Sunday 6 June, 77 years to the day from the D-Day landings and Totnes based company Carpenter Oak were honoured to play a part in its construction. Carpenter Oak specialise in creating unique timber structures and worked with the Normandy Memorial Trust
Refugee Support Devon proudly invites you to join us on Saturday 26th June, for a day of activities on the historic Quayside in Exeter, to mark Refugee Week 2021. What? Destination – Devon! A day of drama, discussions, music and dance to mark national Refugee Week Where? The Transit Shed, Exeter Quay, EX2 4AN