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We are almost in April now, well into spring ready to celebrate St George's Day Patron Saint of England. The celebrations take place the 23rd of April but this week we are going to honour Saint George and everything that is English. This is the week to hub about England as a country to visit for holidays, England as a place to live, English celebrations, English food and drinks. You can also hub about English celebrities, English music and films. Anything English is allowed this week. As it is a wide topic, please make sure that you categorize your hub correctly according to your chosen subtopic.
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This is a great topic and I can write about many things I would have written about anyway! Here's my first hub for this week's HubMob:
http://hubpages.com/hub/British-and-Ame … ifferences
Article number two! Thanks for reading.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Facts-and-Image … -of-London
Hope it's not too late to post my last English article! I started it last week but couldn't put the finishing polish on it until today. It's about the historical attractions of the medieval town of York, England.
This is an interesting one. I agree there is a lot of scope to write.
Hhhhmmm, this should be interesting I'll see what I can come up with
Great Princessa! I was very inspired by the Healthy Hubs topics, but my brain is ready for a different challenge!!
it is good to join again this week! I had fun writing this month just like RMcrayne!
I love England and I love everything that is English, so I'm sure I will enjoy doing this one.
Hey, thanks so much, Princessa, for promoting the contest here, too - one of my hubs is nominated for an award - too cool!
I am looking forward to this HubMob, too - great topic!
This sounds like a great topic, one I'd like very much to contribute something to...
St. George, eh? As in, St. George and the Dragon? The morality play that is still going, after all these years, someplace in England...
Thanks forc this intersting topic! - my first Hub for the Mob this week:
All My Saints and Martyrs
Finding Great Places to Visit in England While Tracing My Family Roots
http://hubpages.com/hub/Tracing-My-Engl … in-England
...and thanks so much, Paradise7!
I hope I can contribute this week! And I am so glad to be included in the nominee at the contest here by joining the HUBMOB, thank you Princessa and Rmcrayne for your efforts here!
Here is my small contribution I think the title gives away the content.
I've never done a hubmob, but would like to try! I love England (lived there for 10 months) and all things English!! Looks like I need to get thinking
Hi Every one at the Hubmob. I have posted a hub on one of England's best sitcoms Keeping Up Appearances. Here's the link.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Keeping-Up-Appe … its-Finest
OOooh you've got me thinking...I'm into just about anything English!
As St Georges day is the day before my birthday, I always paid the good man a nod - and tipped him a Vodka for good measure (practice for the following day!) and for Queen, country and home, I've written Haworth Yorkshire, which is but a stones throw from my place of birth. Take a trip with me - you'll enjoy it
My granny made the best ever tartlets - will be back soon with some recipes.
Will have to post the tipsy trifle in another hub
High Tea With All The Trimmings
http://hubpages.com/hub/High-Tea-Englis … psy-Trifle
Here's my favorite English recipe - Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding - YUMMMMMM
http://hubpages.com/hub/Roast-Beef-and- … re-Pudding
Have a bevvy with me in an English Pub
Looking forward to writing more on this HubMob topic!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Winston-Churchi … and-Leader
Being English I guess I am in for a busy hubmobbing weekend. Good job the weather forecast is dismal.
I must admit, after your prolific performance during the Welsh HubMob week, I'm expecting big things from you!
So could I do a piece on a band from the UK or a piece on even something odd like how girls with English accents are a turn on to some guys/ guys with ENglish accents are a turn on to some girls?
Well, I'll give it a go!
This is my first hubmob post, and I thought it was fitting seeing how I am sitting in a hotel room in St. George, Utah. Ironic?
Saint George is the Patron Saint of the Scouting Movement which was founded by a famous British General, Lord Baden-Powell. The first scouting camp was sponsored by the General in 1907 and his treatise on scouting was published in 1908.
The Boy Scouts of America owe their direct roots to Lord Baden-Powell and they will be celebrating their 100th anniversary this year!
I hope this hub is informative and meets the spirit of the hubmob!
April is National Humor Month, but also National Child Abuse Prevention Month, supported in England as well as in US and elsewhere - and by some of my favorite British actors.
April is also the month to honor: Poetry, Diversity, Kites, Gardens, Food, Mental Health, Autism Awareness, Older Americans, and Volunteering.
This April, we'll celebrate English Actors/Comedians --
If It's Not Scottish It's Cr@p
One for fun -
Miss Piggy and Mrs. Slocombe - Separated at Birth?
ethel, you inspired me!
"Hubs on Pubs" - a compilation (with pub-ologue) of some of the great Hubs on Pubs available right here on Hub Pages:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Great-Hub-Pages … glish-Pubs
Now I'm going to read about Mrs. Slocum's missing twin sister
Here's my contribution to the weekly HubMob
When I think of England, I think of Jaguar!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Jaguar-Classic- … om-England
I hope everyone enjoys.
Being the old sinner that I am, when I think of England and all things English I tend to think of bad things.
Suitable for most ages so Enjoy.
Your Everything English HubMob roundup hub. There are 20 hubs.
St George’s Day and Other English Culture Highlights
http://hubpages.com/hub/St-Georges-Day- … ure-HubMob
The English culture brims with history, customs, and traditions, including celebrations like St. George’s Day. This roundup hub indexes a wealth of articles on English culture in one convenient location.
# 2 I love this topic!
Thought I better include the weather lol.
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-English-Obs … he-Weather
Last one for now
Forgot I still had this one to finish, Whoops
This is for everyone interested in a cultural trip to London that is not going to break the bank
If you fancy a good laugh, you may want to check this one out. It's on British humor. Here's the URL.
http://hubpages.com/hub/British-Humor-R … sh-Culture
English Traditional: Table Top Sale; Fleamarket; Jumble Sale; Car Booting
This article is about an English traditional pass time. Essentially, that is ‘normal’ and keenly integrated into the English way of life. So, Car booting. What are car boots?
http://hubpages.com/hub/English-Traditi … ar-Booting
I thought I would let the rest of the world into a secret passtime that us English are into.....
Published yesterday..Why I Love England
A colourful slice of English history and an unusual tourist attraction! It's not all cute cottages and clotted cream here in England!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hellfire-Club-o … s-Dashwood
I love Cornwall
Another small contribution
Now who like to go shopping ?
Here's mine for this week's
Favorite Traditions to Celebrate St. George's Day
http://hubpages.com/hub/Favorite-Tradit … eorges-Day
My Favorite British Rock Bands (with videos), Part I- The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Black Sabbath
http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Favorite-Bri … Rock-Music
British rock bands; British rock music. My favorite British rock bands and a video sampling of songs, from the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Black Sabbath. My personal connection to the bands and the songs, memories spurred, why I love this British rock music.
Title says it all, really.
"Food in England: not as bad as it's cracked up to be (honest)"
http://hubpages.com/hub/Food-in-England … in-England
Here's another one I had not thought of before -- What is Easter Monday; is it English?
How about English Explorers...
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