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  • Worst relationships in history

    History's worst love stories

    With Valentine’s Day having roots in Pagan tradition and with the day’s celebration of romance dating back to the Roman era, there are thousands of years of romance to explore throughout history.

  • women's blue plaque english heritage
    In News

    New blue plaques are coming!

    For the first time in the history of the London Blue Plaque Scheme, more plaques will be unveiled to individual women in 2024 than any previous year in its 150 year history.

  • Facts about Winston Churchill

    Facts about Winston Churchill

    January marks the anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill, he lived to the age of 90, so managed to squeeze a lot in and was instrumental in keeping morale high during WWII, so test your knowledge of Britain’s most famous prime minster with these facts.

  • Ten famous Scots through history

    Ten famous Scots through history

    As part of our Burns Night celebrations, a traditional Scottish holiday to mark the life of Robert Burns, the author and poet behind Auld Lang Syne. It’s a day that is all about Scottish culture and traditions, full of haggis, neeps, tatties and traditional music and dress.

  • christmas dinner through history

    Christmas dinner through history

    Christmas traditions might vary from family to family, but you generally know what to expect from your dinner: big roast, usually turkey, followed by Christmas pudding and mince pies, but was this always the case?
    We’ve taken a trip through time to find out what Christmas dinner looked like throughout history.

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