Becky Mair News
- The History Behind May Day and How it Affects British Culture Today
May Day (May 1st, or the 1st Monday of May) is known by many in the UK as part of a long weekend spent socialising in beer gardens or walking around the local countryside in the emerging summer sun. What isn’t always understood is the medieval origins surrounding this day, and the confusion between May Day and the Spring bank holiday whose roots came from more political circumstances.
- Easter Paintings that Showcase the Best of British Wildlife
As Easter draws closer, the collective sighs of relief knowing we can visit loved ones again is palpable. What could be better than freshly baked hot cross buns, eggs in chocolate nests, and a delicious roast dinner to enjoy.