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  • Celebrate World Topiary Day at Elton Hall

    Celebrate World Topiary Day at Elton Hall

    The second ever World Topiary Day is fast approaching, this year falling on 12th May. Launched in 2021 by Levens Hall, home to the world’s oldest Topiary Garden and EBTS UK, the day is a celebration of the timeless art of clipping and shaping trees.

  • Are you ready for English Tourism Week
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    Are you ready for English Tourism Week

    English Tourism Week is back for 2022 and kicks off on 18th March! The annual campaign celebrates the diverse and vibrant tourism industry across England and gives holiday makers and industry professions the chance to raise awareness of English destinations.

  • History of St Valentine’s Day

    History of St Valentine’s Day

    All across the world on 14th February, we celebrate Valentine’s Day – a day where we celebrate the loved ones in our lives – but where did the tradition come from and how did it become such a staple part of our calendar?

  • Woolly mammoth discovered in Devon
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    Woolly mammoth discovered in Devon

    The remains of a woolly mammoth and a number of other ice age remains have been discovered during development of a new town located near Plymouth. The remains were found in a cave and include a mammoth, a woolly rhinoceros, a wolf and a hyena, all of which are thought to date back to around 30,000 – 60,000 years ago.

  • Gold coin dating back to 1257 found in Devon
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    Gold coin dating back to 1257 found in Devon

    A coin featuring a portrait of King Henry III has been discovered in Devon, the rare coin is believed to date back to the 1200s and is one of England’s first ever gold coins.

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