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Little Hall at Lavenham, Suffolk. Credit: Travel Pictures Ltd

Stunning photos of medieval Suffolk

Journey through the beautifully preserved Tudor towns of Kersey, Lavenham, Cavendish, Clare, Sudbury and Long Melford in lovely medieval Suffolk. By the time medieval England was entering the Early Modern Period (around 1485), wool was the…

Queen Anne set to open in London’s West End

Queen Anne is set to open at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket later this month. We sit down with playwright Helen Edmundson, who discusses female power and relationships, themes that are central to the play. The Royal Shakespeare Company production of…

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Kings and Queens of Britain: FREE guide

Want to know more about the reign of King Henry VIII or the first Stuart King of England, James I? Then grab a cup of tea and sit down with your FREE 32-page Kings and…

The Grand Hotel. Credit Pete Webb

Seaside luxury at The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne

The seaside resort town of Eastbourne on England’s south coast is often touted as the sunniest spot in Britain. Clare White luxuriates in the best of the region with a stay at The Grand Hotel,…

Great British holiday competition | Duke's London Mayfair, dukes hotel

Winner of the Great British Holiday Competition – could it be you?

The winner of our Great British Holiday competition has been chosen, so read on to see if you’ve been lucky…

BRITAIN 2017 Guide OUT NOW

Packed with features, hundreds of attractions, events and heritage sites, the BRITAIN 2017 Guide is your must-have handbook for exploring every corner of the British Isles.

Chelsea Flower Show Guide 2017

RHS Chelsea Flower Show is back for another huge year. From 23-27 May, Chelsea will be transformed into a world of colour and delight as the brightest new ideas, plant trends and design go on…

Yorkshire Moors. Credit: Aerial Republic

Watch: Video of stunning Yorkshire countryside seen from a drone

The wild landscape of Yorkshire and the North York Moors has been captured in spectacular drone footage by Aerial Republic

Houses of Parliament c1900. Credit: Parliamentary Archives

London History Day launches

On Wednesday 31 May (the date Big Ben first started keeping time) England’s capital will celebrate the first ever London History Day, recognising the extraordinary history and heritage of this great city

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The Tudor Rose, Elizabeth of York

Elizabeth of York was a queen who was greatly loved in her own lifetime, and sincerely mourned at her death, yet for five hundred years she has been half-forgotten. Melita Thomas of Tudor Times explores…

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