Earth Hour is an annual event which asks people to switch off all lights and use no electricity for an hour. The aim is to get people thinking about the planet they live on and the energy they use. 
How do you make sure you stay safe online? Everyone who uses the internet needs to know how to use it safely. Read about online safety in the UK. 
What do you know about Hanukkah? Find out how the Jewish Festival of Lights is celebrated in the UK.
Have a good look around you this November. Do you notice that more men have moustaches? It may be because it's Movember! Read more about this unusual charity event here. 
What do you know about Diwali? It's one of the biggest events in the Indian calendar. And that means big celebrations in multicultural cities in Britain, too. Find out all about the festival and how it is celebrated in Britain.
At 4.24 p.m. on July 22nd a baby was born in London. But not just any baby! This baby boy is a prince and will probably one day be the King of England.

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In the UK, schools close for two weeks at Easter time. Read on to find out more about how Easter is celebrated in Britain.
Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is famous for its summer festivals. 
We all need to buy stuff from time to time. But do we think about how our shopping affects people, animals and the environment? Here's how you can love fashion and the world we live in.
Do students in your country go directly to university or college after school or do they have a break first? Taking a gap year between school and uni is quite common in the UK, and there are lots of different ways to spend your time.
There is graffiti in almost every city in the world. Read this article to learn more about Britain's most famous graffiti artist.
In October  many shop windows in Britain turn orange and black, with pumpkins, witches, broomsticks and cats. What do young people do to celebrate Halloween? Read this article to find out.

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