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Hands Across The Ocean, a guest blog from visiting author Deborah Heiligman

26 September 2018 by Jen

Deborah Heiligman with Sonia Bech Williams, child survivor of the sinking of the City of Benares, outside Sonia's childhood home.

Deborah Heiligman with Sonia Bech Williams, child survivor of the sinking of the City of Benares, outside Sonia’s childhood home.

Earlier this year I met with American author Deborah Heiligman, who’s working on a new children’s book about the sinking of the City of Benares in World War II. It was lovely to meet her and exchange information on this fascinating story and she’s now been kind enough to write a blog for us talking about her research and what drew her to the City of Benares: Read more…

Autism Together

23 March 2018 by Laura

Man on boat

Alex, contributor on ‘Future Visions: Voices of the autism community’

A new film that marks the 50th anniversary of Merseyside-based charity Autism Together is now on display at Museum of Liverpool in The People’s Republic Gallery.

‘Future Visions: Voices of the autism community’ asks local people living with autism to think ahead to what they would like and hope to achieve in the next fifty years, and celebrates their successes so far.

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How to shoot into the light – photography tips by Ant Clausen

5 October 2016 by Laura

Large window

View from The People’s Republic in Museum of Liverpool. Image © Ant Clausen

Last week we were incredibly excited to announce the window from The People’s Republic gallery had won MyGlazing.com’s UK’s Best Window with a View. While the view is outstanding we also have to thank Ant Clausen for his dramatic photograph which caught the attention of so many voters. Read more…



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