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Can you complete the literary map of the UK? That’s the question posed by travel deal experts Travelzoo with their new interactive game, perfect for bookworms...

The Norse origins of some of the most common words in the English language will be explored at a lecture taking place as part of this year’s JORVIK Viking...

The results from the annual Theatre Survey from theatrebreaks.co.uk are published today with UK theatregoers establishing themselves as Les Mis loving, Jason...

Country lovers can look forward to the all-new Field & Country Fair that looks set to become a ‘must attend’ event and fixture in the calendar for everyone...

undercrackers.co.uk claim to make the most comfortable underpants on the market and put their money where their mouth is! Bespoke male underwear manufacturer,...

With over 2,200 variations, Hampshire has topped a chart for the county with the most festive street names. Landmark Information Group, the UK’s leading supplier...

The world’s most popular aircraft, Vulcan XH558, touched down for the final time this year after her busiest season ever. The final flight closed a remarkable...

An intimate and personal account of life with Bowie on the cusp of stardom “Psychedelic Suburbia – David Bowie and the Beckenham Arts Lab” by journalist...

Designed by cycling couture brand Vel-Oh this bag can be used as a backpack and a tote, making it perfect for use on and off the bike, and you don’t need...

Archaeologists from Staffordshire University have unearthed significant new findings at William Shakespeare’s family home in Stratford-upon-Avon. An archaeological...

If the stress of Christmas leaves you wanting to get away from it all, then how about an escape to the Milky Way? Five neighbouring market towns in Ryedale,...

To add to their beautiful range of geeky chocolate including the pictured Doctor Who pieces, A Little Piece & Love have created a beautiful Dalek inspired...

A collaboration between local farmers, producers, artists, restauranteurs, allotmenteers and the local community in Peterborough are the winners of the Love...

It has often been said that a dog is your best friend, and that’s certainly true when you think of those wonderful animals that are trained to help people who have hearing or sight problems. Then there are the brave search and rescue dogs, and...

With the imminent release of Spectre – the latest in the James Bond film series – our team set about analysing how the James Bond Fights. We wanted...

Donahey’s Dance School, which offers devoted Strictly fans the chance to meet the stars of the show at 4* weekend breaks around the UK, has recorded a huge...

The London Silver Company pledged its support to the terminal illness care and support charity, Marie Curie, by donating a pair of solid silver England rose...

The ‘pub walk’ is a classic British activity for couples, families, friends and committed hikers alike and the Harrogate District is renowned for its...

It may have been the Swinging Sixties but a new survey reveals we much prefer the way we live now. The evolution of the British home is laid bare in a fascinating...

With many people eagerly awaiting the release next year of the new Dad’s Army movie, filmed around Yorkshire earlier this year, visitors to Pickering between...

The two-day countryside extravaganza, the little sister to the Great Yorkshire Show, takes place on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October 2015. As well as classes...

The snuffling of hedgehogs in the hedgerows at dusk used to be a familiar sound in British gardens and countryside but sadly with much of their natural habitat...