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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...

  The 2015 International N Gauge Show is shaping up to be the largest show to date, and remains totally N Gauge! To date 40 specialist suppliers and 31...

With British Sandwich Week just around the corner, it’s perhaps time to brighten up our butties with some interesting accompaniments. Fine food producer Opies...

Iconic children’s brand Chewits turns 50 this year. To celebrate this special anniversary Chewits have appointed McCann Manchester to support the 50th anniversary...

A British brand is setting new standards for the luxury menswear market with a collection of apparel designed and made in England. With an astute focus on British...

The small city of York was recently voted as the top place us Brits would like to relocate to. The so-called ‘Capital of the North’ was founded by the Romans and has a strong Viking and medieval heritage which gives it its charm. Unlike most...

Some TV programmes, books and films seem to attract the most passionate and star-struck fans. Twilight has its twi-hards, Potter fans mass at every book and...

Easter and chocolate have long been associated, this Easter (28 March – 13 April), visitors to York’s Chocolate Story can find out why on exclusive themed...

• New operator of luxury driving tours for “discerning enthusiasts” • Driving tours around Scotland and Wales in 2015 • Focus on luxury hotels and...

Teachers and Descendants from across the UK attended an event at Number 11 Downing Street, invited by the Chancellor on Thursday 19th March to mark the launch...

A church in Norfolk had a £12,000 window restoration to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s diamond jubilee in 2012. Her 60th year as Britain’s leading monarch was...

Commissioned by Sky Sports , the only place fans can watch all 20 Formula One™ weekends live, the impressive 9m by 9m track features parts from all 20 circuits...

Wiggle, the UK’s biggest cycle and tri-sports retailer, has entered into a partnership with Sustrans, the charity behind the National Cycle Network. Funds raised will go towards the maintenance of the Network which celebrates its 20th anniversary...

  Almost 80 years since the Jensen name appeared on cars, the famous marque returns with the opportunity to order the first officially sanctioned model...

Day to day living takes its toll on the environment and if you’re one of those people who enjoys giving something back, then reinventing your personal space...

Creamy notes of sweet cocoa brightened by the zesty tones of fresh orange… this is the scent of a calorie-free Easter gift, freshly blended and hand-poured...

The Scottish architect, artist and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) is celebrated worldwide. Yet during his lifetime his career was marked...

UK takes Amazon to heart; it’s a love/hate relationship with Facebook; political parties take the ‘hate’ vote. London ad agency isobel has conducted timely...