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    The best places to see Britain’s bluebells

    Heading out into the countryside during spring is always pretty magical, there are more signs of wildlife and lots of beautiful plants blooming. One quintessentially British sight is bluebells, which along with the daffodil are the perfect flowers to look out for if you’re confused as to whether or not spring has sprung.

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    In Events

    Tattoo convention etiquette

    You might see an advert for a tattoo convention and think that it is just for those with full arm sleeves, but you’d be mistaken. These days, tattoo conventions are just as accessible and inclusive as a craft fair, but can still be a little intimidating, so we’ve put together some tips for you.

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    Volcanoes you can visit in the UK

    Yes, you did read that right, there are volcanoes that you can visit right now in the UK so you can fulfil your curiosity about volcanic rock without having to get your passport in order. Granted, these volcanoes aren’t likely to spout lava any time soon, but that doesn’t make them any less interesting!

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    List of top 10 UK holiday spots revealed

    If you’re looking for a mini break this bank holiday, look no further as Premier Inn have compiled a list of the UK’s top ten holiday spots and as there are some surprising appearances on the list that you may not have thought about visiting before, we thought we’d share the list with you too!

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    Five great day trips less than an hour from London

    If you’re visiting the UK for the first time, chances are you’ll be looking at going to London, it is after all the capital of England and a pretty iconic place to visit. There are more than enough things to do when in the city, but if you want to broaden your horizons, here are some suggestions for places just an hour away from the centre that are good for a day trip.

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    Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday

    23rd April is a special day for book lovers, one because it is World Book Night where free books are left on public transport, in parks and other public places for you to grab and two because it would have been William Shakespeare’s birthday. It’s also St George’s Day. So, a day for celebration all round!

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    Top 10 Royal attractions

    With everyone getting excited about the imminent arrival of a new Royal (we’re very excited about what names Harry and Meghan are going to choose!) we thought we’d jump on the Royal bandwagon and tell you some of the best attractions associated with the house of Windsor for you to explore.

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    Visit the homes of our favourite seasonal treats this Easter

    This Easter, why not enjoy the traditional Easter treats in the regions that they originated? Everyone has their own traditions when it comes to the Easter bank holiday, whether they celebrate the religious aspects or not and many of them involve food, so here are a few of our favourite Easter treats and where they can be found!

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    In Events

    Our top picks for Easter events!

    We’ve been promised brighter weather, the lambs are frolicking in the fields, daffodils are sprouting everywhere and it’s the Easter holidays! If that wasn’t enough, the Easter bank holiday is just around the corner, so naturally, you’re going to need things to fill your time and that is where we come in.