Wi-Fi: a word which has its own little brother in the form of a complicated password which, no matter how hard you try, you can never guess. A word which is so often stuck to the inside of windows in...
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Saint Nicholas' Day is celebrated on the 6th of December every year. For most children in Britain, this means nothing more than eating another chocolate from their advent calendar.  However, if you...
By: JulieG
When I visited England a few weeks ago in November, it was the weekend that Children in Need was on TV, an entertainment programme dedicated to raising money for disadvantaged children in the UK. It’...
By: JohnR
St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, meaning that he is the saint that represents Scotland. On the 30th November the people of Scotland have a national bank holiday. Most people get a day off...
By: EmilyW
Recently, I got an email from my student union advertising new and exciting things to do in the town of Durham. One option, much to my surprise, was to join the quidditch team! Quidditch is the main...
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By: EmilyW
In England, there is a very big and visible divide between two halves of the country: the north and the south. Most people assume that because London is the capital city, it reflects life all over...
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