The internationally renowned author, D.H. Lawrence was born at 8A Victoria Street in Eastwood, a small mining town in Nottinghamshire, England. He spent much of his short life writing and travelling the world. We are delighted to be working in partnership with the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum to create aRead More →

World events of these last few weeks and months have provided a powerful reminder that we are all members of a globally connected community. Of the same humanity: one that is vulnerable and compassionate, creative and resilient. Over the coming months, The Earth Museum will continue to curate and shareRead More →

In August 2019, the Isle of Wight was designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve; reflecting its work promoting solutions that reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use. As part of Lift the Lid on Island Culture, Julie Myers worked with communities in West Wight to explore what thisRead More →