Enjoy a kaleidoscopic variety of festivals and intriguing arts and heritage; Emma Boff-Men; Manchester Evening News

Enjoy a kaleidoscopic variety of festivals and intriguing arts and heritage…

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8 gardens you can virtually tour from the comfort of your sofa; Ruth Doherty; House Beautiful

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Virtually Tour Five Of The Most Beautiful Gardens Around The World; Claire Concannon; Evoke

Thanks to technology, you can now take a virtual tour of five of the most beautiful gardens from the comfort of your own home…

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A wildlife visit to the remote St Kilda; Polly Pullar; Scottish Field

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Kew Gardens is staying open and charging half its entry fee; Alexandra Sims; Time Out

To help Londoners get their green fix during these trying times, Kew’s beautiful botanic gardens will be remaining open and offering half-price entry. If you…

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Britain’s Houses of Parliament close door to tourists; CGTN

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The Fascinating History of Medieval Castles: From Emergence to; DHWTY; Ancient Origins

Medieval castles are one of the most iconic buildings of the Middle Ages, especially in Western Europe. During this period, the castle served generally as the residence of a king, or the lord of the…

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The best foodie weekend breaks in the UK; Laura Mulley, Tricia Martin & Margaret Hussey; Daily Express

Get a taste for the good life at three of UK’s top foodie hot spots…

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Exotic UK holiday destinations – as coronavirus ruins foreign travel plans; Caroline McGuire; Sun

CORONAVIRUS has turned most of our favourite holiday destinations into no-go zones, with Spain, France and Italy all on lock down. But believe it or not, there are actually plenty of holiday spots …

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Beautiful villages and small towns within an easy drive of Leeds; Dave Himelfield; Leeds Live

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What all the Liverpool docks are called and how they got their names; Lee Grimsditch; Liverpool Echo

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Liverpool sets out plan to retain World Heritage Status; The Guide Liverpool

Liverpool has set out a plan to retain its World Heritage status as figures show £3bn has been invested to upgrade the city’s historic site. Info here.

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Queen’s visit to Cheshire called off due to coronavirus; David Holmes; Cheshire Live

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10 Facts About Westminster Abbey; Kat Long; Mental Floss

From its humble beginnings as an island monastery, Westminster Abbey has grown into the cultural and spiritual heart of London, as well as the final resting place of kings, queens, and poets.

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Win An Amazing Experience; Let’s Knit

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England will be home to the world’s longest coastal path in 2020; Ruth Doherty; Country Living

The 2,700-mile continuous coastal path is a walker’s dream…

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The Queen to visit Jodrell Bank Observatory; Ian Ross; Knustford Guardian

THE Queen will operate the iconic Lovell Telescope during a visit next week to the Jodrell Bank Observatory.

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Her Majesty The Queen is visiting Cheshire next week; David Holmes; Cheshire Live

The Queen will recognise just two examples of what puts our county on the world map…

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North Antrim: Following in the footsteps of giants; Aine O’Connor; Independent

They close Carrick-a-Rede rope Bridge when the wind reaches 35 miles per hour. It’s at a mere 20 miles per hour when Aine O’Connor gets to it so off she wobble, taking turns to pose for the obligatory photo. The rough seas around her makes the already spectacular views all the more dramatic.

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UNESCO and Google spotlight climate change’s impact on World Heritage Sites; Matt Hickman; Architect’s Newspaper

Google Arts & Culture has partnered with UNESCO have teamed up to preserve five historic sites endangered by climate change through AR, video, and more.

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