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Birmingham’s Hidden Gems

Birmingham, one of the UK’s hidden gems. From its industrial history to the cultural melting pot it is today, sadly, this beautiful city is not necessarily a destination that is high on the list for most tourists. Or at least it wasn’t. Now, the jewel in the Midlands crown is shining brightly and is becoming […]

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Free London Guide

Things to do for free… 1. Changing the Guard for a display of British tradition and ceremony, watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace at 11am. This is where members of the Queen’s Guards exchanges duty with the previous guard. All guards are dressed in traditional red tunics and bearskin hats, and the […]

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Leeds: A Foodie’s Guide

Leeds is a hotbed of creativity and culture. Nestled in the north of England, this bustling city has come a long way since its early industrial days. With a vibrant student community and young creatives looking for places other than London to make a living these days, Leeds has certainly benefited and is fast becoming […]

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Planning the Perfect Trip to Ascot

It’s difficult to say whether it’s the roar of the crowd, the feeling you get walking in with your glad rags on, or the sheer thrill of backing a winner, but Royal Ascot is one of the highlights of the sporting calendar. The tradition and world-class spectacle create a heady mix, especially when you throw […]

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A Summer Guide To Wimbledon

Wimbledon is one of the most anticipated summer events of the year and a great time for lovers of tennis and British summer alike. This year, Wimbledon will take place from the 23rd of June to the 6th of July. The All England Club was first formed in 1868 and since then, Wimbledon has grown […]