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Empress Matilda almost became the first Queen of England. She was daughter of King Henry I and a frequent visitor and patron of Reading Abbey....
Ever wanted a fascinating career reaching diverse and interested audiences?
Then a museum placement is a great opportunity for you.
Our Loans service began in 1911 and is still incredibly popular with schools today, covering all aspects of the curriculum.
Reading is the home of the biscuit tin. Explore the history of two great Reading companies through the humble tin.
To peer around the door of a Victorian schoolroom is to encounter another world.
Do you think you know Reading Abbey? Our blog reveals five things that you may not know.
Snowdrops are acumen in! Have you noticed the snowdrops coming through on Chestnut Walk?
100 years ago Reading citizens played an active role in the fight to extend the vote and democracy in the UK.
Local historian Mike Cooper, explores the events of 10 February 1943, when the centre of Reading was bombed with the loss of 41 lives.