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Filed Under:Local Interest / England
Posts on Regator:7015
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Archived Since:August 30, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Cambridge – Who Turns 33 Today!

A big Anglotopia Happy Birthday goes out to The Duchess of Cambridge, who turns 33 today. She must be bubbling with excitement as she expects the arrival of the next Royal Baby! The post Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Cambridge – Who Turns 33 Today! appeared first on Anglotopia.net.

Anglotees Alert: New Designs Live – If I had a British Accent…, Portobello Road and London Motorcycle

Anglotees Alert: New Designs LIVE – Available for 1 Week Only! 1st New Design – If I Had a British Accent, I’d Never Shut Up! Let’s face it – number 1 on the list of things many of us love about Britain is the British Accent. It’s such a beautiful way to speak. Show More Summary

Friday Humour: Hilarious British First World Problems

This was too funny not to share! Source. The post Friday Humour: Hilarious British First World Problems appeared first on Anglotopia.net.

Great British Houses: Cliveden House – The House Made Notorious by Political Scandal

Once home to one of the most famous cliques in British history, the ‘Cliveden Set’, Cliveden House is a country mansion that boasts some of the most impressive gardens in the country and a history peppered with political scandal. Built...Show More Summary

Brit Music: Pete Doherty gets out of rehab

For the last few months, Pete Doherty of the Libertines has been in rehab in Thailand and it seems like, for the first time in about a decade, it looks like his heroin addiction is losing his grip on him. And now, he’s out and recording an album, to be released later this year, with […] The post Brit Music: Pete Doherty gets out of rehab appeared first on Anglotopia.net.

Great British Gardens: Sissinghurst Castle Garden – The Most Visited Garden in England

Sissinghurst is a garden in Kent and is the most visited garden in England. It was created in the 1930’s by Vita Sackville-West and her husband Harold Nicholson. The garden features a series of rooms each with a distinct theme and separated by yew hedges and ancient walls. Show More Summary

Anglotees Alert: LAST CALL Just 24 Hours Left to Buy The Downton Collection

Anglotees Alert: LAST CALL – Just 24 Hours Left to Buy The Downton Collection CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW! This week over at Anglotees, we have three designs on offer, all dedicated to our favorite British Drama, Downton Abbey. New DesignShow More Summary

Some real Angry Birds: More Weird British bird-related news stories.

It’s been a while since I’ve covered weird animal stories hasn’t it. And since it looks like I’ve got a few stories in my backlog, it might be good to cover some of the strangest bird-related stories I’ve been putting on the backburner. Show More Summary

Brit Humour: Things Only British People Do – A Cultural Exploration – Video

This video was too funny not to share! A British video blogger runs through a list of things that only British people do. Check it out! The post Brit Humour: Things Only British People Do – A Cultural Exploration – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.

These Adorable Drawings of British Dog Breeds Will Make You Go Awwww – Which Breed is Your Favorite?

We love everything about Britain – including its wide variety of lovely dog breeds. These lovely hand drawn posters come from a sub-project of Lili Chin’s Doggie Drawings called Dogs of the World. Check out etsy and Society 6 stores from the artist. Show More Summary

Video: 15 British Sweets Everyone Should Try – Anglophenia

From Cadbury Flake to jelly babies, Siobhan Thompson from Anglophenia shows us the British candies we should all try at least once. The post Video: 15 British Sweets Everyone Should Try – Anglophenia appeared first on Anglotopia.net...

Great Britons: Elizabeth Fry – The Woman Who Campaigned for the Plight of the Victorian Poor

Elizabeth Fry was a Quaker who campaigned in the first half of the 19th century for the improvement of prison conditions, especially for women. She became famous for her philanthropic work and encouraged a social conscience among the wealthy classes for the plight of the poor and underprivileged. Show More Summary

Anglophile Alert: The PBS Downton Abbey Sweepstakes Returns! Win a Trip to Britain – Open to USA and Canada

PBS has launced their usual yearly sweepstakes offering up the chance to win a Downton Abbey themed trip to Britain. This one is open to Americans and Canadians. Here are the prize details: Enter daily December 15, 2014 through March...Show More Summary

Dispatches from England: Following in Paddington Bear’s Shoes In London – A Paddington Tour of London

Since the movie was released here in the UK in late November, Paddington Bear has been all the rage (at least among young children… the segment of the population I’m most familiar with!) Last month, my family thoroughly enjoyed a trip to the cinema to see the film (as you’d say here). Show More Summary

Downton Returns: 10 Interesting Facts and Figures about Downton Abbey You Might Not Have Known

Perhaps one of the most popular shows on television in Britain and America, the tales of the Crawley family continue to draw in millions of viewers with each episode. The audience comes from all walks of life who tune in to see whatShow More Summary

Brit Book Deal: Britain’s Royal Families by Alison Weir for just $2.99!

Editor’s Note: One of the exciting things we have in store for 2015 is a new partnership with Penguin/Randomhouse. They’re offering up a special book deal every week for Anglotopia readers and followers. Here is the first one! History...Show More Summary

Sunday Photo: A Beautiful Photo of Kirkhope Tower in the Scottish Borders For Your Desktop Wallpaper

  This photo is of the remains of the 16th century tower house Kirkhope Tower, situated in the scenic Scottish borders. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL SIZED VERSION Source: Visit Britain Images The post Sunday Photo: A Beautiful Photo of Kirkhope Tower in the Scottish Borders For Your Desktop Wallpaper appeared first on Anglotopia.net.

Weekend Viewing: The Mystery of Agatha Christie with David Suchet – Click to Watch Now

David Suchet, TV’s Poirot, has spent more of his life acting out the plots and dramas created by Agatha Christie than anyone else in the world. He is currently donning the spats and moustaches to portray the famous Belgian detective for the very last time. Show More Summary

Great British Art: Fisherman at Sea – The First Painting JMW Turner Exhibited at the Royal Academy

Our first painting of 2015 as part of our Great British Art series is by William Turner – this one is called Fisherman at Sea and it’s a beautiful and moody portrait of Britain’s maritime history. It also happens to be Turner’s first painting exchibited at the Royal Academy in 1796. Show More Summary

Anglotees Alert: New Designs LIVE – Introducing the Downton Collection

Anglotees Alert: New Designs LIVE – Introducing the Downton Collection – Available for 1 Week Only! CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW! This week over at Anglotees, we have three designs on offer, all dedicated to our favorite British Drama, Downton Abbey. Show More Summary

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