This year marks 100 years since women got the vote. Find out about the campaigns and history surrounding this historic milestone.
On 23rd February 1962, a fire at the old Rose Calendars factory took hold of the building. Read about the history of this event and how regeneration was possible and we were able to continue producing calendars for our customers.
St Cecilia, patron saint of music, inspired music and poetry but in recent times 22 November is significant in many other walks of life, from The Beatles and Mrs Thatcher to the England Rugby Team.
The events which took place in October 1066 changed the course of British history. 950 years on, we take a look at the famous battle and its legacy.
We’ve been surrounded by rumours and myths concerning Friday the 13th for over 900 years. It’s one of the most well recognised superstitions of the western world and it’s likely to have permeated the psyche of even the most rational person.