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We're spilling the beans on the coolest places to visit in England and sharing expert advice from those in the know. Stick with us as we get under the cobbled streets, rolling fields and beaches that make up this fine country, showcasing the country's hidden gems and reminding you about the famous sites and experiences that are on your doorstep.

Burning the Clocks, Brighton

Use it or lose it: 10 last-minute ways to use up your annual leave

by Melissa Brobby

December 14 2016 in Things to do

As the year comes to an end, many people will be trying to use up all their annual leave. In a bid to make those days count, Danielle Jones has scoured the country to find ten brilliant ways to spend those precious paid days off. 

Anne Hathaway's Cottage

10 magical locations that belong in a snow globe

by Melissa Brobby

December 7 2016 in Weekend ideas

England is filled with beautiful buildings and scenery that could be plucked straight out of a magical snow globe. Here, Danielle Jones picks out ten locations that wouldn’t be out of place in a festive snow globe setting. 

Chocolate Cumberbunny at Choc Art Workshop, Brighton

Things to do this weekend: The Bah Humbug! Edition

by Melissa Brobby

December 5 2016 in Things to do

Finding stuff to do that isn’t Christmas-this and Festive-that, is somewhat of a task at this time of year. But have no fear, Danielle Jones has searched high and low for a range of events and activities without a sprig of holly or a red suit in sight. 

Treasure's House, York

Things to do this weekend: Camel parades and giant snow slides

by Melissa Brobby

November 28 2016 in Things to do

For a truly frosty experience throw yourself down the huge snow slide at Bolton Winter Festival or get your Christmas tree for free at Farnham Heath. To escape the Advent countdown check into Geekdom Sunderland, suggests Danielle Jones. 

Thorpe Forest, Norfolk

Five ways to have your own dose of hygge in England

by Melissa Brobby

November 23 2016 in Things to do

What exactly is Hygge? Translated into English as ‘cosiness’, hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-gah said quickly) is an ancient Danish concept of warm feelings and cosy contentment, whether it’s snuggling up by the fire or indulging in a hearty meal. You can…

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