The following is a guest post. A hot June day in the Secret Gardens of Winchelsea. Ideally, a day for a crisp cotton dress and a big hat, roses, scones and a cup of tea beneath a shady tree.
The following is a guest post. Over the Hill is a series of articles based on interviews with people over fifty enjoying life and getting the most out of living in Britain.
The following is a guest post. We all know Britain is an island nation, but you might not realise that England alone has over 6000 miles of coastline, and you’re never more than 70 miles from the sea; therefore, there’s certainly no shortage of seaside destinations!
I loved Frances Hodgson Burnett’s A Secret Garden when I was growing up – and I still haven’t lost the dream of one day having my own walled garden.
The following is a guest post. Eight hundred and sixty-two square miles of history in the middle of rolling dales, moors and some of the most stunning countryside in Britain, the Medieval City of Durham has the City of Newcastle to the North and Darlington to the South, so Durham is not far from the […]
The following is a guest post. Alnwick Castle in Northumberland is not only an exceptional architectural and historical treasure, it is also a fun and engaging travel destination.
The following is a guest post. Over the Hill is a series of articles based on interviews with people over fifty enjoying life and getting the most out of living in Britain. I wanted to kick the series off with a couple I met only last summer: Stephen and Jennifer McGuigan of Maryport, Cumbria.
The following is a guest post. Driving to Hastings along the tree-lined A21, you’ll see a sign: ‘You are now in 1066 Country’. It is easy to imagine the Saxon soldiers tramping along a rutted track through the woods to meet the invading Norman horde.
The following is a guest post. The recent news that a fire at the Glasgow School of Art resulted in the devastation of the Charles Rennie Macintosh Library was a blow not only to students, faculty and staff, but to admirers worldwide of the art nouveau building. The loss of the structure is mitigated somewhat […]