Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/530430931 We’re loving the lighter evenings and so this week's Pic of the Week is of a stunning sunset from the Dugald Stewart Monument which looks out towards the famous Edinburgh Castle.

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/172958673 It’s English Tourism Week, so in today’s Pic of the Week we’re showcasing one of Britain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, and the historic iron bridge spanning the River Severn at the town of Ironbridge was the first structure in the world to [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/556070783 It's not technically Spring yet, but it definitely feels like it. It's so wonderful to see beautiful daffodils surrounding our countryside office! Here's a poem entitled 'Daffodils' by William Wordsworth: I wander'd lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/935983128 This beautiful space is part of the Library@Orchard in Singapore. As we approach the end of Library Lovers’ Month, let’s visit our local libraries and make the most of these wonderful places. “In a library, you could find miracles and truth and you might find something that would make you laugh so hard that [...]

2019 ELT Freelancers’ Awayday

This month Lucy, Liz and Sarah attended the fifth ELT Freelancers’ Awayday #FreeELT, a networking day for the freelance ELT community with a packed programme of discussions, presentations and speakers. It was a great opportunity for us to put faces to names and catch up with freelancers we’ve worked with closely, as well as make [...]

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Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/458469685 Today we’re celebrating national Winnie the Pooh day which honours the British author A. A. Milne’s birthday. The first collection of stories was originally published on 14th October 1926 and was illustrated by E. H. Shepard.  We hope you enjoy your day thinking about the big yellow bear and his friends.