Discover Britain

Today, Twelfth Night is best known for being the point after which it is unlucky to leave Christmas decorations hanging, but Twelfth Night used...

  Elizabeth Gaskell’s House in Manchester has reopened to the public following a £2.5 million renovation of the building that will allow it to become...

Royal Mail celebrates 10 remarkable individuals from the realms of sport, design, economics, heroism and the arts with the ‘Remarkable Lives’ stamp issue. The...

Charley YatesRavenglass & Eskdale Railway is the oldest and longest narrow gauge railway in the Lake District National Park.Promotional feature.There has been a narrow...

Charley YatesLa Sablonnerie, a privately owned hotel offering comfort, superb food and an amazing atmosphere, where its guests enjoy a different pace of life...

Peter Brimacombe Florence Nightingale will always be remembered as one of Britain’s more unlikely war heroes - celebrated for her work beyond the field of...

Crime has played a huge role in London’s history and, when you start looking, it is quite remarkable to see just how many reminders...

Vicky SartainNew Lanark is a beautifully restored 18th-century cotton mill village that borders the Falls of Clyde and is about an hour’s drive from...

Vicky SartainBritain’s most northerly inhabited island, Unst is just 12 miles long by five miles wide. Packed into this craggy lump are stupendous cliffs,...

Discover Britain – Cheshire RingThe Cheshire Ring has much to offer the boater. The Ring is made up of four waterways; the Ashton and...