Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, the art installation at The Tower of London. The poppy installation, by Paul Cummins, commemorates the centenary of the start of the First World War in 1914.
St Ives is a captivating Cornish town built around a small crescent harbour with beautiful beaches, fishermen’s cottages and a buzzing art scene.
A mini road-trip in Cornwall – The coastal route from Lizard Point to Land’s End
How to spend a day at Seven Sisters Country Park taking in the iconic coastguard cottages, Cuckmere Haven, and Birling Gap.
The Meeting Place is a 30ft statue, by artist Paul Day, which stands under the station clock at St Pancras railway station in the International Eurostar terminal. The piece is intended to reflect the romanticism of train travel and is reminiscent of a scene from the film Brief Encounter.
Sunday morning dawned crisp, fresh and bright. Since we probably won’t get too many more days like this before winter we pulled on our boots and took a walk in …
Collective Spirit is a wooden boat created for the London Olympics. The boat is inlaid with treasured wooden objects donated by the public.
How one little street in the South East of England celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubiliee with a traditional British street party.
There’s a fabulous little wine bar in Villiers Street outside Charing Cross Station and it’s supposed to be the oldest wine bar in London. Gordon’s Wine Bar.