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Did you know a Queen Bee will lay around 1,500 eggs per day this summer? Here’s another fact about summer – tons of fun-packed family events will take place...

The reaction follows the results of a new poll which revealed the Routemaster bus as the second greatest British design of all time. A spokesperson for RedRoutemaster...

Designed to appeal to military historians, model collectors and toy fans, Hornby has designed a series of Battle of Britain inspired gift sets launching this...

An eclectic mix of unusual vintage vehicles and models, drawn from private collections and rarely available for the public to see, will be on display at St...

“Best Hotel Suite in the UK and second in the World”: International award triumph described as ‘life changing’ by Windermere hotellier The Cranleigh...

Brockmans Gin, the ‘gin like no other’ brims with berries and botanicals so is perfect for cocktails. Brockmans has just released four new cocktail...

There’s something very British about picnics, especially when we have good weather to go with them. So it’s surprising there is no official organisation...

Are you sitting on an Star Wars figurine worth GBP18,000? This is the question being asked by Rareburg.com, the online collectables marketplace, which has teamed...

Robin Hood will resume his battle with arch-enemy the Sheriff of Nottingham at historic Sherwood Forest this summer! Nottinghamshire County Council is preparing...

The simple but stylish Boston Weekender, made by family business Weldon from Cornwall, is made from genuine Halley Stevensons waxed cotton from Dundee, a material...

27 venues, an army of experts, re-enactors and interpreters and nearly 1000 years of history will feature in this year’s blockbusting JORVIK Medieval Festival,...

It may have been called ‘the decade that taste forgot’, but the unique style of the 1970s will provide a memorable and fun filled three day celebration...

Have you ever wondered whether all people think the same way, or whether cultural differences across the world mean people’s minds work differently? A new...

The UK’s longest running poetry festival returns to Stratford-upon-Avon this summer (2 July – 2 August) with an exciting line-up of readings, performances...

Hornby marks the 200th anniversary of one of the most decisive battles in history with an Airfix Battle of Waterloo Gift Set. Napoleon’s defeat in 1815 ended...

Since the Jubilee and the Olympics, and with recent economic changes, there has been a resurgence of all things British. Consumers look for products that are...

BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, and VisitBritain, the UK’s national tourism agency, have today announced a new partnership to launch a dedicated...

What a Chew-mendous Achievement! For 50 fun-packed years, Chewits has taken the nation on a taste adventure with their fantastic sweets. This year marks Chewits’...

It can often be quite difficult buying gifts for men, especially those who already seem to have everything. Often, when a woman asks a man, whether it’s a partner, brother or dad, what gift they would like, many will say that they don’t know. ...

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year, a new strategy board game that achieved its initial funding goal in less than 48 hours will launch...

PaperBridge – a unique large-scale temporary installation made entirely from bright red paper, traversing a flowing river at the foot of Helvellyn, in the...

Make Your Own Traditional British Afternoon Tea  Cookery School at Little Portland Street celebrates the most quintessential of British culinary traditions...