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    The best places to see Christmas lights in London
    Nov 21, 2016  |  by 1st Contact
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    Mandela Day: Taking action to inspire change
    Jul 20, 2016  |  by 1st Contact
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    6 reasons to celebrate the full English breakfast
    Mar 02, 2015  |  by 1st Contact
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    7 traditional British dishes that have (somehow) stood the test of time
    Feb 12, 2015  |  by 1st Contact
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    7 things to do in Wimbledon that don’t involve tennis
    Dec 23, 2014  |  by 1st Contact
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    16 quirky facts about New Zealand
    May 09, 2014  |  by 1st Contact
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    10 lesser-known facts about Scotland
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    11 unusual facts about Portugal
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    Celebrating 150 years of the London Underground
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    20 interesting facts about air travel
    Dec 04, 2012  |  by 1st Contact
 
 
  • London Christmas lights

    The best places to see Christmas lights in London

    by 1st Contact | Nov 21, 2016
    The festive season is getting in full swing and London is already starting to sparkle with seasonal decorations. We’ve put together some of the best spots to get you into the Christmas spirit.
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    Mandela Day: Taking action to inspire change

    by 1st Contact | Jul 20, 2016
    Since 2009, in honour of Nelson Mandela’s birthday, 18 July has been recognised as Nelson Mandela International Day. On this day, people across the globe come together to celebrate Madiba’s life and legacy, honouring his work to change the world for the better.
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    6 reasons to celebrate the full English breakfast

    by 1st Contact | Mar 02, 2015
    The UK has a long history of trade and exploration, and much of what’s on a modern menu has its origins in the far-flung places that ruddy and moustachioed Britons used to call home.
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    7 traditional British dishes that have (somehow) stood the test of time

    by 1st Contact | Feb 12, 2015
    When you think of British food it’s usually pork pies, bangers ‘n’ mash and fish and chips that come to mind. While these are popular and traditional British dishes, there are others that are far more interesting, historical or downright weird.
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    7 things to do in Wimbledon that don’t involve tennis

    by 1st Contact | Dec 23, 2014
    Wimbledon – or “SW19” – may have a reputation for its eponymous tennis tournament, but it’s also home to thousands of expats from South Africa, Australia, Poland, Sri Lanka and Ghana. That means an influx of family over the festive break – family who’ll no doubt need to be entertained. Here’s our pick of seven family-friendly things to do in Wimbledon.
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    16 quirky facts about New Zealand

    by 1st Contact | May 09, 2014
    Planning a trip to New Zealand or considering making it your home? Check out some of these quirky facts about Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud.
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    10 lesser-known facts about Scotland

    by 1st Contact | May 06, 2014
    Albion, Pictland, Pretanikai Nesoi, Cruithintuait, Caledonia – call it what you like, Scotland has as many names as it does wonders. Here, we explore ten unusual facts about the UK’s northernmost country.
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    11 unusual facts about Portugal

    by 1st Contact | Oct 08, 2013
    Portugal is a country rich in history and culture, with a mild, temperate climate, excellent food and wine, and friendly, hospitable people. Here are 11 unusual facts about the country.
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    Celebrating 150 years of the London Underground

    by 1st Contact | Jan 08, 2013
    Wednesday the 9th of January marks 150 years since the first London Underground train made its maiden voyage. Many events have been planned for the month and the rest of the year to celebrate this monumental occasion.
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    20 interesting facts about air travel

    by 1st Contact | Dec 04, 2012
    Maximum speeds, the longest flights, flight attendants’ weight and pilots’ meals – here are 20 little-known facts and snippets about air travel and its history.
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  • London Christmas lights
    The best places to see Christmas lights in London
    Nov 21, 2016  |  by 1st Contact
  • 94_Mandela-Day-Taking-action-to-inspire-change
    Mandela Day: Taking action to inspire change
    Jul 20, 2016  |  by 1st Contact
  • 79_6-reasons-to-celebrate-the-full-English-breakfast
    6 reasons to celebrate the full English breakfast
    Mar 02, 2015  |  by 1st Contact
  • 110_7-traditional-British-dishes-that-have-(somehow)-stood-the-test-of-time
    7 traditional British dishes that have (somehow) stood the test of time
    Feb 12, 2015  |  by 1st Contact
  • Kickstart
    7 things to do in Wimbledon that don’t involve tennis
    Dec 23, 2014  |  by 1st Contact
  • 117_16-quirky-facts-about-New-Zealand
    16 quirky facts about New Zealand
    May 09, 2014  |  by 1st Contact
  • Immigration
    10 lesser-known facts about Scotland
    May 06, 2014  |  by 1st Contact
  • 99_11-Unusual-facts-about-Portugal
    11 unusual facts about Portugal
    Oct 08, 2013  |  by 1st Contact
  • 126_Celebrating-150-years-of-the-London-Underground
    Celebrating 150 years of the London Underground
    Jan 08, 2013  |  by 1st Contact
  • Immigration
    20 interesting facts about air travel
    Dec 04, 2012  |  by 1st Contact
 
 

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