With its rolling valleys and timeless villages, it is no wonder this northern English county is known as God’s Own Country. Voyage from the home of the Brontës to the windswept coast.
The former manufacturing city of Leicester is capitalising on the recent discovery of Richard III’s skeleton.
Already the UK’s chocolate-making capital for more than a century, a new breed of small, upmarket chocolatiers are taking the baton from the big name manufacturers of years past.
Showcasing artwork from the 1960s onwards, the illuminating and disorientating Hayward Gallery exhibition throws visitors’ perception of light and space.
Played every year since at least 1667, England’s Royal Shrovetide Football Match pits residents against each other in a two-day, town-wide game.
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