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Now join in hearty chorus while I sing my homely rhyme,
And you shall hear how things went on in good old Catholic time,
When England was a merry land, her sons were brave and free, 443 more words
Whether you are heading to the next boardroom meeting or simply relaxing in a bar or heading to your next perfect dinner date, a pair of cufflinks from Gieves & Hawkes would definitely impress the world around you. 27 more words
~By Imogen Lindsley: History Editor
Who invented Glastonbury Festival?
Glastonbury Festival is the brainchild of one English dairy farmer: Michael Eavis. Eavis awoke from his dreams of spending twenty years of his life sailing with a start, when in 1958 his father died, leaving him solely responsible for Worthy Farm: 150 acres of green valley littered with herds of cows. 339 more words