From 1370 to 1413 many revolutions took place in England (not yet “Great”) at this time and in the end the House of Lancaster took the British Throne. Losses in France started a series of gruesome bloody events in Middle Ages (or mediEVIL!) England and
If time is not the most important factor then traveling by bus or coach is the best and most affordable way to get around the UK. To plan your journey across the UK by bus and coach, use a variety of bus services and include
In the UK, you can find that many social customs are tied to hats. If a male guest calls his friend, after entering the room, he must first remove his hat. If you are going to a dinner party where your relative or friend is,
The Romans continued to push back their Celtic invaders in England from two sides (North and West) but then in 410 AD Emperor Constantine removed his Roman Army of England altogether to defend the Roman Empire on the border of the Rhine River from invasion.
This month sees the start of the Tour of Britain, a multi-cycling race staged covering the length and breadth of England across eight stages. The race starts on Sunday with a 201km journey from Peebles to Drumlanrig Castle, before gradually moving south and finishing in
With the New Year, the Royal Horticultural Society ushered in a new batch of contestants for the annual ‘Britain in Bloom’ competition, where communities of hope from across the UK compete to be honored as British ecological champions. The aim of this RHS phenomenon is