What’s on in 2014
Enthusiastic treasure hunters in Britain are shunning their right to a reward for finding historical bounty worth thousands.
As Europe’s largest Dark Sky park opens in Northumberland we look at some of the most beautiful stargazing spots in the country.
The London home of Charles Dickens has a very special Christmas planned as it invites visitors to a host of exciting events and activities.
Hull has beaten Swansea Bay, Dundee and Leicester to be named UK City of Culture 2017.
The Prince of Wales turns 65 today.
Two-minute silences take place each year in Britain on 11 November as the country remembers fallen soldiers of World War I on the date the armistice was signed.
New exhibition and visitor centre at Stonehenge to open on 18 December.
BRITAIN has been named Best Holiday Magazine at the British Travel Awards 2013.
An historic castle that was once home to both King Canute and, centuries later, King Henry VIII, has been put up for sale.
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