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Reading’s life-giving waterways have been absolutely vital to the development of the town over the centuries, providing a natural transport route...
Sir John Soane, the son of a Berkshire bricklayer, became one of Britain's most influential 19th century architects.
Interest in Reading Museum’s collections comes from far and wide, reflecting the international profile the town has gained over the centuries....
Reading has often been dismissed as being a modern place with little history, but Reading Museum shows this just isn't true!
As out town prepares to host the annual Reading Festival, we explore how it all came about in 1971.
This blog celebrates of one of Reading’s most iconic felines - the Maiwand or Forbury Lion.
Flour milling evolved from hand-powered querns in 6,000 BC, to massive computer-driven roller mills of the present day.
The youngest son of William the Conqueror was crowned King Henry I of England on August 5th 1100. It changed the fate of Reading forever.
We explore how Reading had faired by 1917 after three years of the Great War and no end in sight.