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Tag Archives: English Heritage
Spring has sprung, and many of us are out in the garden, cleaning up the winter mess and preparing for long, warm evenings outside in the sunshine. I have a special discount offer from English Heritage to share with you. … Continue reading
I don’t know why, but I am feeling especially loved up this Valentine’s week. Perhaps it is because my husband and I are emerging from a very challenging phase in our relationship, and I am happy to say, things are … Continue reading
Enjoy savings at English Heritage Shop this month with a New Code. Spend £45 or more and receive £5 off with voucher code SHOP5. Why not take advantage of these savings and get a perfect gift for your most loved one with a wide range of Valentine’s … Continue reading
There is lots of talk about change at the moment. Yes, we are still in the first month of the year, and it is a fresh, new year. 2016 was very traumatic, and I think there is probably a general … Continue reading
I feel a deep connection with my Celtic heritage, and through years of meditation practice and communing with kindred spirits, I accept the way I feel when I see traditional Celtic symbols and designs on jewellery and soft furnishings. These … Continue reading
Not technically “English” in today’s PC world, but how about this little selection of fun and quirky gifts from the English Heritage online shop? Perfect for the last-minute shoppers out there… Hair of the Dog Hip Flask; King of the … Continue reading
This week is #UKCharityWeek, and today I share a few extra special Christmas shopping suggestions that benefit our national heritage. I am talking about the charity organisation English Heritage, who maintain and curate many of our historic buildings and sites … Continue reading