"England" Blogs & Blog Posts

The English KitchenThe English Kitchen

Debunking the myths of English Cookery, one recipe at a time.

 
The VillageThe Village

Life in a small village in northern England, and beyond.

 
August RushAugust Rush

A blog about life, the universe, and pizza- err, everything. Seriously thou...

 
Christian QuoterChristian Quoter

English Christian male who is not backward in coming forward with opinions

 
Emm in LondonEmm in London

The adventures of an eternal tourist living and working in London

 
SugarBlossom WeddingsSugarBlossom Weddings

Wedding planning and co-ordination for the modern couple in the UK.

 
England's Pleasant PasturesEngland's Pleasant Pastures

Wholly pretentious, sentimental, often bland and above his station, this ph...

 


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You know about London, but there’s another city you should consider visiting on your next trip to the UK. Birmingham is the second largest city in England, and one of the cities that helped shape the modern world. As one of the leaders in the Indus...

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By Total Flanker on Oct 7, 2017 in: England, rugby

From time to time I've been known to get on my high horse about the RFU launching yet another England rugby kit and expecting the great English rugby public to swallow a load of old marketing bollocks about the kit's historic significance and/or asto...

Lawyer Hendry Hendron tried drugs at the baths. That chemsex moment lead him down a path to more drugs, his partner dying of an overdose, [...] The post Chemsex @ Baths Led Lawyer’s Downfall appeared first on Bathhouse Blog.

An "exceptionally rare" ancient crucifix has been unearthed by an amateur metal detectorist. The 2cm (0.78in) tall lead object, which depicts Christ on the cross, was found in the village of Skidbrooke, Lincolnshire, by Tom Redmayne. It is thought to...

by archivistStepping outside of American Presbyterian history for a moment, here is an interesting interpretation as to how persecution worked to the advance of the Church in at least one chapter of church history. This particular passage is als...

So it appears that Eddie Jones might be prepared to forgive and forget the misdemeanours of Manu Tuilagi and Denny Solomona, who last month were sent home from an England training camp for "team-culture issues".Jones has said he will consider re...

It's only right and proper that it will be the best 2 teams - England and New Zealand - who will contest the Women's Rugby World Cup Final on Saturday, following the Red Roses' tense semi-final victory over the French on Tuesday and the Black Ferns'...