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‘Ladybird in Focus: Women’ at MERL is Worth a Visit

Exhibition MERL - Photo Credit Elliot Kim

You may already be familiar with the immaculately kept gem that is the Museum of English Rural Life. Located on Redlands Road a stone’s throw from London Road Campus and the Hospital, it’s tiny and beautiful, boasting an idyllic chicken-populated garden, peaceful café space, and completely non-stop milking of their slightly insane, completely viral, ‘absolute unit’ meme.

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Edinburgh In Winter?

Edinburgh is tourist-heavy, but that’s okay for a city that gave birth to whisky drinking, the Fringe and Diagon Alley. Whisked away for five days of kilts, haggis and whisky. Edinburgh is stunning in the winter time with its sights light up with festive decor and bagpipers playing carols. There is so much to see so if you are planning a trip away definitely consider these five unmissable highland highlights:

Sunny Edinburgh Castle – Credit to Manon Jones

Edinburgh Castle:

The castle is a must with visiting the city sights.» >

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