Monthly Archives: September 2014

Memoirs of James Millikin

Published on 27/11/2013  on http://www.primitivemethodists.org.uk from my time at Englesea Brook Primitive Methodist Chapel and Museum Local Preacher, Belfast Circuit (1811 – 1850) James Millikin, of the Belfast Mission, born March 20th 1811, to parents who were strict members of the … Continue reading

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Fashion Must-Haves Vs. Student Budgeting – The Clothing Debate

Here is an article that I have written for Keele University’s Concourse Magazine about designer fashion labels and the effects of their price tags on a student’s limited budget; Most students know that they cannot follow in the lyrical genius … Continue reading

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Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery – Interactive and Impressive

Over the past two days I have been staying in Shrewsbury to visit the area and have a small break before starting back at Uni. Shrewsbury is a quaint and ‘old-worldy’ town that offers a great break from a busy … Continue reading

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The Beneficial Effects of Sabbath-Schools (from Munro’s Prize Essay, 1850)

Published on 27/11/2013 on www.primitivemethodists.org.uk My First Published Piece of Work at Englesea Brook Museum- The Sabbath-schools organised by the Primitive Methodists were very important in maintaining the innocence of youth and preventing their corruption from influences of modernity. Sunday-schools provided … Continue reading

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The History of my Work Experience

During my second year of University I got involved in work experience at a Museum in Crewe to help with their museum exhibition and also their online contributions. I helped with writing articles for their website, found items for their … Continue reading

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