Avoiding World Cup Fever

Regardless of your interest in football, chances are that you’ve probably been inundated with updates on what’s going on in the world cup. As with anything we love, those of us who are into it struggle to stop talking about it, so bear with us...

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Things to do this Bank Holiday Weekend

It’s a rarity for Britain to experience hot weather on a bank holiday weekend, and pretty much unheard of for it to happen twice in one month. Unless the forecasts are hugely mistaken, it would seem that this is exactly what is happening this month,...

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Four Fun Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding

This weekend will go down in history as the date of marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. As the couple prepare to publicly declare their vows to one another at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, many admirers, both in Britain and across the globe,...

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Holiday Habits across the UK Crowdology

Holiday Habits Across the UK

London has a lot to offer, from one of the best theatre districts in the world to the commercial hub of the City, most Brits are proud of London and more than happy to call it our capital. Simultaneously, there is a noticeable difference between...

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Things to do at the Beginning of Spring

Although the British weather doesn’t quite seem to have got the memo, it is now officially spring, and so we can at least begin to dream of the days when we will leave our ‘big coats’ at home and head out in just a cardigan...

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Socialising During Six Nations

The Six Nations rugby tournament has occupied headlines for the past few weeks. For many women with sport obsessed partners, the time has dragged: their only desire is for the tournament to finally be over so that they can regain the attention of the men...

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