Welcome to the latest edition of Signpost. This week you can celebrate Founders' Day with us, enjoy a 10 minute workout, or catch up on '50 things that made the modern economy'. Plus much more.
Welcome to our Signpost for the week of the 22 June.
Usually we would be preparing to celebrate Founders' Day with services and activities to bring staff and residents together, but this year things are obviously a bit different. We hope this issue keeps you busy during this week and provides new and inspiring experiences for you.
“This week in history” has become a regular feature of Signpost and we have heard back from readers who enjoy revisiting historical events, so here we go…
387 years ago this week, Galileo Galilei was forced by the Vatican to recant his belief that the earth rotated around the sun, with the Vatican taking 359 years to admit that Galileo was right. 57 years ago this week, John F Kennedy made his famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech, 34 years ago, Diego Maradona used the phrase “hand of God” when taking about his controversial goal in the World Cup quarter finals and 30 years ago today Checkpoint Charlie was closed and dismantled.
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