Top Ten On this week in 55BC Julius Caesar landed in the British Isles for the first time. With 10,000 men at his back he was determined to leave his sandal imprinted on all corners of this land. He was not the last to try, Roman Britain was taking shape. But when they departed around 350 years later what did they leave behind and of that, what remains to this day? Turns out it’s rather a lot, Read about the best of what the Roman left behind
Seasonal – September is here and Edinburgh is inundated with festival goers. The Edinburgh Fringe and International Festival are world renowned celebrations of the performing arts. But if you cant make it fear not, the UK plays host to coutless culture, arts, comedy and performance festivals. Here are some alternatives taking place this month
Seasonal – This week sees a double celebration of our nation’s outdoor spaces. Both ‘Love Parks Week’ and ‘National Parks Week’ are now in full swing and given that the end week of the week looks like a return of the Sun it would be a shame not to get involved. Both aim to promote parks, gardens and green spaces and reinforce the value we place on the great outdoors – a great cause we think.
Rejoice! Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. After an unfairly long winter, the UK has finally started to brighten up, this week saw temperatures soar to 21 degrees in some parts. Soput away your coats and wool hats and break the shades and flip flops out. Hre are some great suggestions we have compiled over the last six months of articles for springtime activities.