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Photo judges get to work

The judges for the British Horological Institute Photographic Competition, The Passage of Time, have started sifting through the entries. Their aim is to shortlist 12 out of almost 100 entries and eventually select 3 winners, which will be announced during the BHI Summer Show on 18 and 19 June 2016. The competition invited... View Article

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Jeweller gives watch staff BHI learning opportunities

The BHI is organising more short courses and more of these courses are getting fully booked. The increasing demand for practical training and education is partly fuelled by the growth of the UK watch retail industry, where many jewellers employ specialists to repair and service the watches of their customers.... View Article

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Children help to save clock tower in musical play

Ding Dong is an interactive musical play performed by Cloud Cuckoo Land for children about time. In the play, the people in power have decided that in the digital age nobody needs clocks and a beloved clock tower is to be converted into apartments. However, with the help of children,... View Article

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A new milling machine arrives at Upton Hall

The BHI clock workshop at Upton Hall has a brand-new piece of equipment ­– a Warco VMC Turret Mill. The acquisition has been funded by the George Daniels Education Trust. The mill is used by horologists to work on blocks of metal, involving machining and profiling to produce new clock... 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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