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Create Your Future – Open Days at West Dean College

Foundation, Diploma, MA, MFA Friday 2 December, Saturday 4 February Book: Creative Arts Visual Arts Creative Writing & Publishing FdA Historic Craft Practices – Musical Instruments, Metalwork, Furniture, Clocks Conservation Books, Ceramics, Clocks, Furniture, Metalwork Collections Care & Conservation Management Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Pinterest: @westdeadncollege Download... View Article

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Winter Wind Down: Short Tours at the BHI Museum

Why not join us this winter for a ‘spotlight’ museum tour?   Discover more about a selection of the museum’s most fascinating clocks, watches and timepieces. Led by the Museum Manager or Collections Officer, tours will last 30-40 minutes, as they take you on a tour of some of their... View Article

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‘Steampunk Time!’ at the BHI Museum Fall Back Show

Sunday 30 October, 10am-4pm Join us as we host our 2016 ‘Fall Back Show’ and take a weird and wonderful look around the British Horological Institute Museum’s collection, which for one day only will be inspired by Victoriana, and design and technological elements of wacky Steampunk culture, featured alongside the... View Article

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Speaking Clock’s Third Voice to join the BHI Museum

The British Horological Institute Museum, based at Upton Hall, near Newark, Nottinghamshire are delighted to announce that BT have formally donated the original Speaking Clock machines from 1936 and 1963 to the museum, where they have been on loan and on display for almost thirty years.  BT will also be... View Article

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How to make, repair, restore and service clocks, watches and other timepieces

We have a new education and training prospectus.

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