Friday 8th March is International Women’s Day. To mark it we are asking YOU to tell us about some of the women who inspire you, from historical figures to present-day icons. Each day we will be focusing on a different theme - keep an eye out for more… More
Coming up on Tuesday 5 March is Pancake Day! Which means in homes throughout the UK people will be having pancakes for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.
Pancake Day (also known as Shrove Tuesday) marks the arrival of Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday… More
Here in the UK, there isn’t a national day like America’s 4th of July, Canada’s Canada day, or France’s Bastille Day. However, each individual nation of the United Kingdom takes one day a year to get festive and celebrate their patron saint.
Time to Talk Day is an annual event that started in 2007 to encourage people to talk openly and honestly about mental health.
Just like physical health, we all have mental health, and just like with physical health there will be times when our mental… More
This semester we kicked off the events schedule with a trip to the famous Windsor Castle. It is one of Britain’s major tourist attractions as the weekend residence of the Queen and an important ceremonial location, steeped in history.
Castle and grounds