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England

England became a unified state in AD 927 and, since the 15th century, has had a significant impact on the wider world, developing the English language, the Anglican Church, and English law – the basis for the common law legal systems of many other countries around the world. Its beautiful and varied countryside is interspersed with quaint villages and cosmopolitan cities including the capital, London.

Boisdale and the Younger of Clanranald

When Ranald Macdonald, theyounger of Clanranald, brought his ‘taste’ of stunning Scotland to beautiful Belgravia, London got much more than it bargained for – fabulous food, tartan, jazz and cigars…

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Salisbury insider’s guide: Spires and squires

Home to the tallest cathedral spire in Britain, Europe’s oldest-working clock and the world’s best-preserved Magna Carta, Salisbury is a historic treasure trove; the perfect “city in the countryside” Most English cathedral cities are much…

Horsing around at Cheltenham

Visit Cheltenham this month and you’re in for a spectacular sight. A ‘trail’ of life-size horse sculptures has been positioned at key locations throughout the town centre, from Montpellier to the Racecourse… The ten horses…

Shopping in London’s West End

A revitalised West End is still London’s top shopping destination, but it also has everything you could want for a perfect weekend break in the capital.

Devon Insider’s Guide

From combe to tor, beach to clifftop, England’s second largest county is a tapestry of landscapes waiting to be explored,before sitting down to a good cream tea. When he wasn’t being carried over the sea to…

John Constable Deadham Vale

Suffolk: A Guide to Constable Country

Meander through a masterpiece, wander along winding riverside footpaths, discover landmarks and appreciate an unchanged landscape. Take a look at some of Suffolk’s must see spots.

BRITAIN at Cowes Week 2011

Intense racing, Red Arrow displays and live music marked the start of Cowes Week which kicked off on Saturday 6 August. BRITAIN joined over 1,000 competing boats and raced in the Extreme Sailing Series.

Cowes Week returns to the Isle of Wight

On 6 August, the famous Cowes week will descend upon the Isle of Wight. This key event on the British sailing calendar will have racing at the forefront, but with Sail-In Cinemas, Red Arrow Displays…

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HMS Victory undergoes restoration

The first restoration work of the mast and rigging began on HMS Victory on 12 July 2011 ready for an exhibition next year. The work will see 26 miles of associated rigging and 768 wooden clocks…

Derby Feste: carnival fever returns

On the 23rd September 2011, the annual Derby Festé returns to the Midlands. This two-day festival brings world-class performance, film, live music and more for a weekend of fun for all the family to enjoy…

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