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- By Justine Watkins on January 19, 2018Read more
In 2017 Medals UK were commissioned to create the Ifton Colliery Anniversary Coin, this blog takes a look at what the coin commemorates and the important role it is playing in the Ifton Colliery Commemorative Project.
- By Justine Watkins on November 2, 2017Read more
I think it would be safe to say that most people these days have entered or supported a fun run of some kind. It’s a popular thing to do, but imagine if you had no choice in the matter. Imagine if the run wasn’t “fun” but you were running for your life, with over 70lbs of kit on your back, through rough, muddy, terrain whilst being fired at on a battle field rife with poisonous gasses, water, smoke and…
- By Justine Watkins on October 25, 2017Read more
So, we all remember our time at school. Some more favourably than others, and for some people, well it’s a bit of a distant memory?! But for a couple of us in the Medals UK office, school life has become a new experience over the last month, as two of our little folk start primary school for the first time.
- By admin on September 8, 2017Read more
Fewer groups or associations have a more interesting and long-standing history than the Pembroke Farmers’ Club – in fact it’s the second oldest of it’s kind in the UK – and we were delighted to be asked to help them celebrate their 200 year anniversary at Pembroke Town and County Show in August 2017.
- By Justine Watkins on July 20, 2017Read more
We were approached towards the end of 2016 by the Ancient Society of Kilwinning Archers to produce new medals for the association.