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Union Jack Party Decorations

There are many occasions that call for happy celebrations. Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, or a holiday, there is nothing better than breaking out the party decorations and gathering all your friends and family for a good day of fun and festivities. Sometimes the celebration is in honour of your country. If you live in the UK, there are plenty of reasons to take pride of your English blood. When throwing celebrations to show off your patriotism, make sure all your guests are aware of your love for your country.... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest

The 56th Eurovision song contest is to be held on May 10, 12 and 14, 2011 in the LTU arena in Dusseldorf. After last year’s contribution from the German interpreter Lena Meyer-Mandruth, Germany won the contest in Oslo. Basically, five countries are directly set up for the final round. This includes the host (Germany) and the rest of the so-called “Big Five”, which are the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy and France. The remaining 38 participating countries compete in one of the semi-finals on May 10 and May 12 before the... Read More

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Eurovision Song Contest 2011 – Can Blue Make Us Proud?

The 56th Eurovision song contest is to be held on May 10, 12 and 14, 2011 in the LTU arena in Dusseldorf. After last year’s contribution from the German interpreter Lena Meyer-Mandruth, Germany won the contest in Oslo. Basically, five countries are directly set up for the final round. This includes the host (Germany) and the rest of the so-called “Big Five”, which are the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy and France. The remaining 38 participating countries compete in one of the semi-finals on May 10 and May 12 before the... Read More

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Royal Wedding Countdown

The world has had front row seats inside the lives of Prince William and Kate Middleton ever since the announcement of their engagement a few months back. We know that Prince William proposed using his late mother Diana’s engagement ring. We know that they have dated for several years and the first time he saw her was on a runway at a charity event wearing a see through gown. We are just days away from the Royal Wedding and there are many details, are you in the loop? Here is... Read More

Royal Wedding Invitations are in the Post

Rush to your mailbox. The most anticipated royal wedding invitations since the marriage of Lady Diana and Prince Charles in 1981 have been mailed. Prince William and his bride to be, Kate Middleton have narrowed their guest list down to a mere 1900. The celebration is to take place at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011. Among those included on the guest list are close friends and family of the couple, heads of state and military personnel that serve with the Prince. A-listers such as Great Britain’s David and Victoria... Read More

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BRIT Awards 2011 Nominees

The much anticipated 31st annual BRIT Awards are set to be held on Tuesday 15 February 2011 at The O2 Arena in London. The ceremony is rumoured to showcase a handful of new angles this year along with a fresh variety of musical talent. Highlighted changes in this year’s event include a brand new trophy design created by the acclaimed artist Vivienne Westwood and also for the first time in the affair’s history, the venue will not be located at its traditional setting at Earls Court, London. Invited to host... Read More

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BRIT Awards Nominees

The much anticipated 31st annual BRIT Awards are set to be held on Tuesday 15 February 2011 at The O2 Arena in London. The ceremony is rumoured to showcase a handful of new angles this year along with a fresh variety of musical talent. Highlighted changes in this year’s event include a brand new trophy design created by the acclaimed artist Vivienne Westwood and also for the first time in the affair’s history, the venue will not be located at its traditional setting at Earls Court, London. Invited to host... Read More

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6 Nations Rugby Kicks Off

The Six Nations Rugby Tournament is one of the most prestigious events in the rugby world, held every year and is competed by six European countries- Ireland, England, France, Scotland, Wales and Italy. The event is the successor to the “Five Nations” and the “Home Nations Championship”, the first international rugby event in Europe. The “Royal Bank of Scotland” funds the contest and the winners are labelled as the “European Champions”. The French are the reigning champions, having defeated England 12-10 last year at their home ground. The journey follows... Read More

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St Andrew’s Day

On November 29, 2006, the Scottish Parliament passed the St Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Act 2007. Queen Elizabeth II gave the St. Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Act 2007 Royal Assent on January 15, 2007. Scotland celebrated its very first St Andrew’s Day bank holiday and social event on November 30, 2007. The momentous occasion launched a renewal of Scottish cultural interest. The Scottish government marked the celebrations of Scottish culture which is now celebrated around the world. In celebration of this most prestigious holiday, public buildings throughout Scotland... Read More

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St Andrew’s Day 2010

On November 29, 2006, the Scottish Parliament passed the St Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Act 2007. Queen Elizabeth II gave the St. Andrew’s Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Act 2007 Royal Assent on January 15, 2007. Scotland celebrated its very first St Andrew’s Day bank holiday and social event on November 30, 2007. The momentous occasion launched a renewal of Scottish cultural interest. The Scottish government marked the celebrations of Scottish culture which is now celebrated around the world. In celebration of this most prestigious holiday, public buildings throughout Scotland... Read More