Virtual Museum: An Interview With 3D Designer Grant Cox
The Virtual Museum of the Grace Dieu is a culmination of the two-year Road to Agincourt project run by Eastleigh Borough Council, and will provide an innovative online experience to educate visitors from around the world on the importance of our region in the run-up and aftermath of the battle, 600 years on.
Illustrator’s workshop proves hugely popular with children
More than 50 children took part in a workshop hosted by The Sorting Office’s Denise Hughes to create designs for a new mural that will brighten up a graffiti-blighted underpass in Eastleigh.
Eastleigh Artist to Give Graffiti-covered Underpass Much-needed Makeover
Local Illustrator Denise Hughes has been commissioned by Eastleigh Borough Council to design a tiled mural for the underpass that runs through Fleming Park.
Training Starts For New Regional Heritage Guides
A new course to train local Heritage Guides has got underway, with 35 people signed up to take on the challenge of bringing history to life.
Local Fashion Business Firecrest Mode Talks Her New Collection and Brand
Designer Emily Burns of Firecrest Mode talks about her new collection, her brand and the inspirations behind her beautiful hand-sewn clothes.
Eastleigh Interior Designer Handpicked for Top Drawer
Eastleigh-based Interior Designer Claire Vine has been handpicked to display her work at leading trade fair Top Drawer as part of the Spotted section for new businesses.
Train to become a Heritage Guide in 2017
Looking for a new challenge, to try something different in 2017? Train to become a Heritage Guide on an exciting new course – for FREE.
Top Marvel Illustrator To Design For New Comic Inspired By Legendary Southampton Character
The team behind Road To Agincourt is excited to announce that internationally-renowned Illustrator Guy Stauber is to design bespoke artwork for its latest project Blood & Valour, an all-new graphic novel set to be released Spring 2017.
Web and design experts sought for virtual museum
Eastleigh Borough Council’s Road to Agincourt project is seeking talented web developers, 2D and 3D artists, augmented reality wizards and more to help create a virtual museum for Henry V’s flagship, the Grace Dieu.
Japanese Red Cross Nurses who inspired creation of NHS celebrated in new paper
During World War I, a group of Japanese Red Cross nurses travelled from their Far Eastern homeland to offer their services at Royal Victoria Military Hospital in Netley. The 20-strong team, many of whom had never travelled outside of Japan, spent a year at the Netley hospital, supporting their British counterparts, to attend to the Continue Reading »