The birth of a shire foal in north Cornwall has caused widespread delight, not least because fewer than 300 of the breed are expected to be born in the UK this year.
The weather’s still teasing us at the moment, but rain or shine Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre plays on, and it’s one of London’s must-do experiences.
As part of Slow Food UK Week’s celebrations, six ‘forgotten foods’ from Britain are being showcased in a bid to revive them.
The 2,000-year history of one of Britain’s most beautiful cathedrals is to be explored as never before in a brand new interactive attraction.
A new project, Britain on Foot, aims to get one million people walking. As well as to improve health the aim is to encourage Britons to appreciate the beautiful outdoor spaces this country has to…
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In honour of the impending royal birth, The Lanesborough, one of London’s most exclusive hotels, has created a pamper package for expectant parents.
Over 70 paintings that once belonged to Great Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole, are being reinstalled in their original home after 234 years away.
Her Majesty, who will be 87 today, celebrates two birthdays each year: one is the actual anniversary of her birth and the other is her official birthday.
Somewhere in England: Portraits of the Americans in Britain 1942 to 1945 is now open to the public
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