Who are the British? Do they really drink tea, eat roast beef and Yorkshire pudding and never leave home without an umbrella? Find out more about true Brits; past and present, myth and legend, fact and fiction.
Moonrakers was the name given to gin smugglers hiding barrels of gin in ponds in Wiltshire.
The story of how Harry Benson tried to walk around the world wearing an iron mask as part of a…
The Folklore Year – traditional folklore and culture of Britain, events taking place every year in April
Folklore destinations throughout the UK, where traditional and cultural events and ceremonies take place
Have you ever wondered where your surname comes from? Or how surnames evolved? In England surnames weren’t widely used until…
Read about the origins and history of the game of Polo.
The history of the development of Association Football, or soccer as it is also known…
The role of the 1950s housewife: housework, shopping, children, looking after her husband. Best of times or worst of times?
The Tichborne Dole is an ancient tradition which takes place in Tichborne, Hampshire every ladys Day (March 25th)
How to make Yorkshire Pudding, as well as the recipe and history of this quintessentially British accompaniment!