Issue 10 - Heritage

Issue 10 - Heritage

Tricky

World Heritage Sites

Vintage Fashion

Easy Urban Garden

Future Legacy

Eagle Hunters

Green Motor Racing

Wild Wonders Of Europe

Learning Journeys

We Are Family

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We live as well as we do today in large part because of coal. Coal powered the industrial revolution, both in the UK and in many other countries. Owing to this, a large slice of British heritage springs from coal-mining, and all the activities that supported the mining, as any tour of an old coal-producing region will show

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As a kid and a teenager I grew up without understanding what the concept of being a designer meant at all. While I lived in a household that ‘did stuff’ (my mum and nan made clothes, pop made toys and furniture), if I had said I wanted to be a designer my mum and stepdad would have been nonplussed, encouraging me to get a ‘proper job’.

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‘Clothes are inevitable. They are nothing less than the furniture of the mind made visible, the very mirror of an epoch’s soul’ - James Laver, Style in Costume

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Hannah Jones began her working life as a freelance reporter for the BBC. She is now a board member of Mercy Corps, a founding member of the business advisory council to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), was named a Global Young Leader in conjunction with the World Economic Forum – and all this while being Vice-president of Corporate Responsibility at Nike.

 

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Francesco Bandarin is the Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. When Sublime met him he had just made the keynote speech at a conference held at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum entitled ‘Sustaining Identity’. He is a man who passionately believes that heritage is for everyone and that this is why we should care about it.