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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Fish And Chips – Don’t Leave Britain Without Eating Them

The British people simply love fish and chips, and with chip shops found at nearly every corner in Britain, this takeaway fast food is easily accessible. Chip Shop It is the most favourite food of the British and is eaten almost every day by some Brits. However, Fridays seems to be the days when people enjoy it the most because … Continue reading

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Peek Inside Union Jack Wear

Union Jack Wear is a rapidly growing online enterprise that designs and sells specialty Union Jack products including custom-made clothing and other patriotic themed items all designed in order to help you celebrate Britishness. History, Products & The Legend Behind Union Jack Wear Over eight years, Keighley entrepreneur Graham Johnson has expanded his business from a small hobby into Britain’s … Continue reading

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Scottish Pancakes Recipe

Delia Smith, one of the most popular English cooks out there, has created the Scotch pancakes recipe which has gained so much hype lately. This unique recipe is like no other pancake recipe out there, as the ingredients are very distinct. Scottish pancakes are highly popular and are said to be more delicious than your average pancake ready mix. The … Continue reading

Easy Delia Smith Scottish Pancake Recipe

Delia Smith, one of the most popular English cooks out there, has created the Scotch pancakes recipe which has gained so much hype lately. This unique recipe is like no other pancake recipe out there, as the ingredients are very distinct. Scottish pancakes are highly popular and are said to be more delicious than your average pancake ready mix. The … Continue reading

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1980’s Radio One DJs – Where Are They Today?

While movements in Britain in the late 1970’s brought on ensuing political issues, John Lennon’s impending death and eventually punk rock; the 1980’s brought forth a whole lot more. The 80’s was to be much later referred to as a “decade of decadence” by none other than one of the decades most popular bands, Motley Crue. Acceptable in the 80s … Continue reading

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Paul Heaton The 8th Review

A rare summer evening at St Paul’s square, Birmingham last night. We had arrived at St Paul’s Church to watch “Paul Heaton Presents…The 8th.” which is billed as a “soul opera” and laden with songs from the former frontman of The Housemartins and The Beautiful South. We’d arrived a little early, so headed to the nearest pub for some refreshments … Continue reading

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Top UK Stag Destinations

Stag do activities, stag party destinations and stag do ideas are run hand in hand when it comes to planning an all male trip. No matter if you want to adventure out to Manchester, Liverpool or London, you can find the right stag adventure for a great price. When it comes to finding right stag party packages, there are a … Continue reading

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Union Jack Swimming Trunks

Ask the average person on the street and I guarantee that they won’t know the difference between a pole vault and a pommel horse, but every 4 years they will at least pretend to care. The 2012 London Olympics was just around the corner and that means it’s time for everybody to start showing a little national pride. Sure you … Continue reading

Head To The Podium In Your Union Jack Trunks

Ask the average person on the street and I guarantee that they won’t know the difference between a pole vault and a pommel horse, but every 4 years they will at least pretend to care. The 2012 London Olympics are right around the corner and that means it’s time for everybody to start showing a little national pride. Sure you … Continue reading

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Andy Bates: Pie Man and Rising Star

In a world where we lose taste and flavour in our foods to mass production and the microwave, there is a glimmer of hope, and that comes in the form and charm of pie man, Andy Bates. His mission is to return British palates to the days of yesteryear when British grub was largely delicious, thanks to the rise of … Continue reading

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