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Radio 2’s Chris Evans asks Robert Loomes for a history lesson...

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Robert Loomes will be giving Radio 2 listeners a history lesson on British clockmaking on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show tomorrow morning (July 4). Associates of...

Cartier in Motion exhibition heads to London Design Museum

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London will host a major exhibition charting the history of Cartier’s approach to watchmaking and its influence on the evolution of modern wristwatches. Curated by...

Swiss horology masters create 21st century monster clock

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Swiss clock maker, L'Epée has teamed up with horological concept laboratory MB&F to create a timekeeping robot that demonstrates the engineering expertise, design inspiration...

New BHI vice chair out to broaden watchmaker training

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Watchmaker Robert Loomes has been named as the vice chair of The British Horological Institute. Appointed under the chair of Stella Haward of Norwich, herself...

Company collection settles in at Science Museum

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The world’s oldest horological collection officially opened in its new home at the Science Museum in the presence of HRH Princess Anne. The Worshipful Company...

Watchfinder leads charge towards apprentice scheme

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Retailer Watchfinder is driving ahead a new proposed apprenticeship scheme to answer the shortage of watch service technicians in the UK. Watchfinder’s head watchmaker Tony...

Christopher Ward expands support for BCU students

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British watch brand Christopher Ward is extending its support to Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery Horology degree programme. Students on the BA Hons degree...

First UK horology graduates exhibit project clocks

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The first graduates of Birmingham City University’s new Horology degree course exhibited their graduate project clocks in the heart of the city’s Jewellery Quarter...

First horology degree graduates to exhibit in June

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The first ten graduates of Birmingham City University’s are preparing to exhibit their graduate collection of clocks next month. The School of Jewellery, Birmingham, this...