Follow us


After the Autumn internationals which saw contrasting fortunes for England’s experimental XVs, traditional rivalries are resumed with the 6 Nations. This year the Whites look strong, having won Scotland and Ireland and almost made it with France. How will England perform from now on?

RBS 6 Nations 2014


Whether you are vacationing on the Isle of Wight, exploring London for a week or two, or venturing to the northernmost point of Northumbria, there is much to see and do in England. Known for its colorful history from ancient Roman times to the present, England’s landscape is dotted with an abundance of castles and museums to display the historical past of this once magnificent world power. The following museums in the greater London area are some of the lesser known museums in England worth visiting.


With hordes of tourists, over-priced tickets and endless Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals, you could be forgiven for thinking that London’s theatre scene has lost its cultural edge.

But there is a thriving fringe of dynamic and innovative theatre, in England‘s capital, taking place in hidden away venues across the city every night. Hip, happening and hugely entertaining, some of the most cutting edge drama and comedy can be found in rooms above the capital’s pubs.

London England Tickets


London, United Kingdom is a great place to visit and many millions of tourists arrive each year to experience the fantastic mix of the stately and historic with the stylish and modern. The city does have its problems, however, but ones that can be avoided or minimised by those in the know by following some simple advice.

London Day


You will find that every king prefers his own realm and every princess her own version of a fairytale castle. Yet, in a country where knights and ladies of the realm are a rich part of the nation’s tapestry, it’s often difficult to select favorites. However, here’s a list of the Top 5 Fairytale Castles of England.

Leeds Castle


Bournemouth, Dorset… Just the name offers up a pleasant ring of Olde England that conjures images of Victorian greenery, of delightful adventures — perhaps in search of the mouth of the Bourne as it pours into the Channel — of families and amusement centers and fish & chips and sandy beaches.

Yes, as a seaside town on the southern coast of England, Bournemouth draws read full article