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  • Arundel Remembers WW1 Fallen

    Arundel Remembers WW1 Fallen

    The picturesque town of Arundel is host to the largest ever installations by There But Not There, a charitable project that commemorates the service of WW1 soldiers whilst raising money for charities such as Help For Heroes: Hidden Wounds. 

    The project has received a £2 million government pledge and aims to raise £15 million for charity. 

  • Ullswater
    In Travel

    Explore Ullswater In The Lake District

    The Lake District in Cumbria offers some of the most breath-taking scenery of anywhere in the world. The Lake District was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2017 and hosts England’s largest natural lake, Lake Windermere.

  • Warpool Court Hotel
    In WalesHotels

    Visit Wales in 2018

    The Welsh Coastline has around 100 beaches and more 40 of these have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag. 2018 has been declared the year of the sea in Wales, an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding coastline and all it has to offer.

  • Something to do over the May bank holiday?

    Something to do over the May bank holiday?

    Wondering what to do for the bank holiday weekend? Want something to entertain the children where the dog will be welcome too? Well you can have it all and support a great charity at the same time.

  • Quex Park India
    In Bookshistory

    The East India Company at Home 1757-1857

    2017 was designated the UK-India Year of Culture to celebrate 70 years since Indian independence in 1947.  In an article first commissioned for Hudsons in 2017, Professor Margot Finn considers the impact of Indian imperial culture on British heritage.

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