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Lindisfarne: A history of Holy Island

Once the holiest site in Anglo-Saxon England, the beautiful tidal island of Lindisfarne is a haven for historians Driving over the Lindisfarne causeway from the English mainland is one of the most memorable experiences you...
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Shakespeare’s first folio

400 years after the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio, we look back on the Bard’s remarkable legacy Words by Neil Jones What is Shakespeare's First Folio? Four hundred years ago, in 1623, a book appeared under the...
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Hever Castle: Castle of queens

Hever Castle has long been associated with Anne Boleyn, but fascinating new findings reveal how another of Henry VIII's queens made her mark Words by Sandra Lawrence Back in those golden, pre-pandemic days, the team at...

Emmeline Pankhurst figure revealed at Madame Tussauds for International Women’s Day

A figure of leading Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst has today joined Madame Tussauds to celebrate International Women's Day, 120 years since she co-founded the ground-breaking Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) Feminist trailblazer and political activist...

Top 10 spring gardens in Britain

The days are get longer and winter is starting to fade and flowers come into bloom, so we’ve select the top 10 spring gardens around the UK for you to visit.
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Your March/April issue of BRITAIN is here!

Welcome to our spring issue of BRITAIN, in which we bring you a host of features to put a spring in your step Welcome to the March/April issue of BRITAIN! This issue we take a...
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Snowdonia National Park: Here be dragons

The wild and magical landscapes of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales are steeped in myth and legend. Here, we explore more... Wales has a strong storytelling tradition, and every schoolchild knows by heart the...
sir christopher wren

Sir Christopher Wren: Life and legacy

Christopher Wren – astronomer, mathematician, physicist and inventor – is best known as the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral, one of Britain’s most iconic buildings  Words: Neil Jones Sir Christopher Wren's legacy One evening in 1723 a...
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Essex: From vibrant coastline to picturesque countryside

Essex is the perfect place to get away from it all. Situated on the doorstep of London the county offers a vibrant coastline and picturesque countryside. Sponsored post Escape to Essex to explore, experience and enjoy...
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Jane Austen’s Hampshire

Jane Austen's timeless charm lives on even in 2023, with fans all over the globe. We visited the novelist’s home village and discovered her much-loved local haunts By Monica Woods A lofty lime tree marks the spot...
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