Looking Forward This year there is much to look forward to at West Hill Hall. Our monthly Quiz Nights are as popular as ever and we are really grateful to our ever growing band of Quiz setters. It’s a really rollicking evening of fun and fiendish questions, as […]
What a triumph! Big thanks to West Hill Community Association for such a fantastic evening. Just one niggle that I felt so strongly about I had to email WHCA: finding an alternative to plastic trays and cutlery. I received a reply from one of the Trustees, Colette, agreeing absolutely; advising that a solution will be […]
Chewing gum was made without plastic up until the 1960s, at which point it became more economical to use synthetic ingredients. All clothing made from man-made fibres, such as microfibre fleeces, polyester, acrylic, and nylons are made from plastic. Every time these items of clothing are washed, microplastics are released into […]
Women had argued for – and won – new rights in the 19th century. But without the vote, campaigners believed there was little incentive for politicians to improve the lot of women further.
Peter Batten asks a question. . . One of the most treasured items in my modest collection of Art books is a small book with pink card covers. It is the Catalogue of the 1936 Surrealist Exhibition in London. In the 1990s I bought it quite cheaply from […]