Cornwall is well known for sun, sea and sand, but if you venture away from the tourist traps you can still find some less well known attractions. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Cornwall.
Planning a visit to the Tower of London, or just curious about its history? I've compiled a list of odd and curious facts about the tower of London, along with some fantastic photos of the inside.
The city certainly rocks and it surely rolls and it may surprise you to learn that it has a thriving scene for Rock music. Perhaps on a par with the great musical cities around the world.
Since enrolling in a local Welsh class five years ago we have come to realise that, although Welsh is an ancient language, it is still relevant today but like all languages has its own quirks.
Wondering where the Shetland Isles are? This article will tell you, along with some stories of why Shetland’s position has been so important over the centuries.
York is full of surprises. Everyone has heard of York Minster, but there are many secret things to see and do as well. Discover York's snickets, observatory, and chocolate trail.
A childhood walk in Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex; 1950s Sussex & fond memories following a series of photos taken with a Box Brownie
How much do you know about Britain? Test your knowledge with this fun, free quiz which is great for parties, pub quizzes, schools or home-schoolers, or social groups of all kinds.
Cornwall's markets are a real day out - here's a list of Markets in Cornwall to help you discover the market days near to you.
Exploring the counties of England, using poetry (others' & mine) & memoirs, starting with the South to Southwest, we look at Sussex to Devon; a little taste of England to whet your appetite.