Author: Sian Barrett

Top 10 things to do in Buckinghamshire

Being located on the outskirts of London, Buckinghamshire is the home to many attractions! The top 10 things to do in Buckinghamshire range from Breweries to Legoland! Read below to find out more!   Beaconsfield:  * Bekonscot Model Village & Railway: This is the world’s oldest miniature model village…See England as it used to be in the 1930’s as you walk through 6 little towns! Princess Elizabeth & Queen Mary 1934 Me at Bekonscot!   High Wycombe:  * Hellfire caves: Visit this network of man-made caves which span a quarter of a mile underground. The caves were formed to give local villagers...

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16 reasons to visit South Wales

When people visit Britain, Wales is usually forgotten. With this in mind, here are 16 reasons to visit South Wales. (Most are free!)  It all starts with the Severn Bridge….the gateway to Wales. The coastline of South Wales is not to be missed. Check out one (or 5) of the beaches:  The Gower – A range of beaches in Swansea which are great for rockpooling and surfing. Barry Island – A seaside resort in Barry which was used for the setting of Gavin & Stacy. You can even attend the Gavin & Stacey tour! Tenby – It was voted one of...

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#NationalPizzaDay

It’s National Pizza Day so here are our favourite pizzeria’s in Britain: Pizza Union – London: Superfast 12″ Pizza’s at only £3.95 for a margarita! (http://www.pizzaunion.com/)   Pizzeria Villagio – Cardiff: A traditional family run pizzeria where you’re always made to feel welcome. (https://pizzeriavillaggio.co.uk/)   Ply – Manchester: With an imported oven from Napoli, their pizza’s are cooked in just 90 seconds. They also sell very good cocktails too! (http://plymcr.co.uk/)   Atomic Pizza – Oxford: If you love your superheroes then this restaurant is for you! Why not try to ‘Popeye’ pizza! (http://www.atomicburger.co.uk/)   O Sole Mio – Glasgow: They have been on the...

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