Monthly Archives: May 2014

Stimulating the brain during cognitive training 25th May 2014

I am an undergraduate medical student at Jesus College, and I am currently looking to recruit participants of age 50 and above for a research project at the Department of Experimental Psychology in Oxford. Stimulating the brain during cognitive training

We are recruiting participants (aged 50-80 in good health) for a study that assesses that effect of mild, painless transcranial current stimulation on cognitive abilities during a fun and engaging cognitive training programme. This study will take up to 5 hours over 3 days within a week. All participants will receive £50. For further information, please email or phone 07546366555 (Lish).

Gordon Russell Museum – 23rd May 2014

CabinetGordon Russell was a design pioneer – a furniture designer, maker, calligrapher, entrepreneur, educator, and champion of accessible, well crafted design.

Located in his original workshop in Broadway, Worcestershire, the  Gordon Russell Design Museum  celebrates his life and work over a period of sixty years .

Richard Paice (1961), a trustee for the Museum, has kindly agree to host a group visit. The programme will be as follows:


Thursday 22nd May
Optional dinner at Russell’s for those wanting to stay overnight.

Friday 23rd May
10.30 am – Coffee in Russell’s on the High St.
11.00 am – Walk the 100 yards to the Gordon Russell Museum. The OAP entry charge is £4.50 which can be made as a gift aid donation
12.30 pm – Back to Russell’s for lunch
2.00 pm – Walk 300 yards to the Broadway branch of the Ashmolean Museum. The OAP entry is also £4.50.