A Rothschild Renaissance: Treasures from the Waddesdon Bequest at the British Museum
The Waddesdon Bequest, the superb collection of medieval and Renaissance treasures left to the British Museum in 1898 by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild MP, has been redisplayed in a spectacular new gallery which opened on 10th June, made possible through a donation from The Rothschild Foundation. The new display contains some of the most impressive objects […]Read Article
The Henry Kissinger Lecture
The Rothschild Foundation hosted the Henry Kissinger Lecture at the Royal Academy on 19th May to honour the work and lifetime achievements of Dr Henry Kissinger and to mark his 90th birthday.
To reflect Kissinger…Read Article
Schools ‘should ban unhealthy packed lunches’
11:39AM GMT 10 Feb 2013 The Coalition’s advisors on school food said head teachers should prevent pupils bringing their own lunches into school – and ban them from visiting fast food outlets – amid continuing …Read Article
Mayor’s Fund gives 5,000 hungry pupils breakfast before lessons
More than 5,000 children will be given free breakfasts to stop them going hungry during the school day, Boris Johnson announced today.
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Divine detour: Can a museum of Christianity succeed in Britain?
COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG in Virginia and the French medieval attraction of Puy du Fou are proof that history can be a huge tourist attraction. America’s largest outdoor history museum attracts 1.7m visitors a year …Read Article