In September 1888, 16 boys started to attend lessons at a new school in a house just south of Newbury, which had been established by Mr A.H. Evans, a Master from Winchester College. The school quickly grew and soon established itself in… Read More
The Foundation for Liver Research was established in 1974 to develop and extend research into diseases of the human liver and to enhance medical research generally.
A project to perform the York Mystery Plays, made possible through the coordination and partnership of organisations and businesses in the City of York.
The Christ Church Cathedral 125th Anniversary Appeal was created to raise funds for the restoration of the cathedral in its 125th anniversary year (2017).
The Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre aims to support students in channeling their entrepreneurial spirit into practical skills and successful businesses. Read More
Located on the same site since 1731 York is one of the World’s leading race courses.
The Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League, founded in 1921, represents the interests of those who have served with either the British or Commonwealth Forces to ensure that no ex-serviceman or woman is without help if they are in need of care.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is the creator of the Raspberry Pi computer, a small, cheap and accessible platform intended to introduce computer programming to young people following a decline in the numbers and skill levels of computer science applicants after… Read More
Following the great success of Ladder for London, an initiative encouraging the capital’s businesses to take on young people and invest in their future. It is now time for companies in the Black Country to step up and help give… Read More
The International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies (IYL 2015) is a global initiative adopted by the United Nations to raise awareness of how optical technologies promote sustainable development and provide solutions to worldwide challenges in energy, education, agriculture, communications… Read More