Exploring Britain

Birmingham is conveniently located in the centre of Britain and the trains can take you pretty much anywhere in the country in just a few hours! I’ve taken every opportunity to travel and explore British history, art and culture and I have enjoyed every second of it! Here are some of the highlights:

Oxford's Cathedral at Christ Church.
Oxford’s Cathedral at Christ Church.
Afternoon tea at Cliveden.
National Trust managed gardens and parkland surrounding Cliveden House.
Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford.
National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, London.
Old town, Edinburgh.
The Custard Factory, Birmingham.
The Custard Factory, Birmingham.
Les Misérables at Queen’s Theatre, London.
View of Edinburgh from Calton Hill.

The site specific exhibition set with monumental sculpture by Phyllinda Barlow at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
Set – a site specific exhibition with monumental sculpture by Phyllida Barlow at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
People’s History Museum, Manchester.
The Wallace Collection, London.
Road trip.
Road trip around Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.
Outside CFCCA, Thomas street, Manchester.
Northern quarters, Manchester.
Manchester Cathedral.
Manchester Cathedral.

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