The Buildings of Philanthropist John Passmore Edwards
Over 70 buildings were constructed in 14 years, including libraries, literary institutes and art galleries.
The Bells of Brierley Hill
Bell ringing has returned to Brierley Hill in the West Midlands after locals purchased special equipment that allows them to practice in silence.
A Brief Introduction to Christopher Wren
Christopher Wren was a polymath, scientist and world-renowned architect.
5 Facts About the Vikings in England
A quick introduction to the Viking Age in England.
10 Historic Sites That Tell the Story of Katherine of Aragon in England
Katherine of Aragon, the first wife of Henry VIII, played a major role in English History.
Historic North Sea Floods
Here we look at the 1953 East Coast floods, and other major historic floods that have impacted coastal parts of England over the last 1,000 years.
What Does the Staffordshire Hoard Tell Us?
10 years of research has revealed new insights into the nation’s largest Anglo-Saxon treasure.
How England’s First Self-Service Store Heralded the Birth of the Modern Supermarket
Here we look at the evolution of grocery shopping, from the 19th century to the present day.
5 Things to Know About King Alfred the Great
Get a quick picture of some of the achievements of the only English monarch to be called ‘the Great’.
What is the Oldest Pub or Inn in England?
Pubs are fertile ground for tall tales, with many claims to the oldest pub in England. Here are the facts.