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St George's Day, Montreal, 1871

Montreal Gazette, 24 April 1871, page 2

St George’s Society – This society, together with the English Workingmen’s Society attended divine service in St George’s Church yesterday afternoon. 197 more words


The trip to Jerusalem


St George came to Nottingham

To meet his old mate Robin Hood

They went for a drink in

The Trip to Jerusalem

An old local pub, 96 more words


March Letter from The Ferns Veggie B & B chatting about allergen regulations, Easter in Newport and 'Made from Wool' Newport knitter

Allergen regulations

Part of the new Food Information Regulations, requires me to  collate the  information about allergic ingredients used in the food that I serve.  The allergens that I have to report on are : celery, cereals, crustaceans, eggs, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya and sulphur dioxide. 493 more words

Letters From The Ferns

St George's Day is coming...

St George’s Day in England remembers St George, England’s patron saint. The anniversary of his death, which is on April 23, is seen as England’s national day. 348 more words


St George's Day, Victoria, 1888

Victoria Daily Colonist, 24 April 1888, page 4

St George’s day

Englishmen celebrate the Good Saint’s Day in true British Style – at the Banquet Board… 1,486 more words


Tamworth’s Outdoor Events Program for 2015 Announced

Exciting new events and the return of crowd-pleasing favourites are expected to attract more than 70,000 people to Tamworth during 2015.

Tamworth Borough Council’s Arts & Events team has unveiled a packed programme of outdoor events for 2015, which includes the return of favourites such as the St George’s Day celebrations, outdoor cinema, We Love Tamworth, Fireworks Night and the Christmas Lights Switch-On, alongside new showpiece spectaculars. 582 more words


England & Englishness

There are those who despise England & Englishness, its flag & all it stands for. For them England is a dirty word, they themselves born of this great country but ashamed to call themselves English. 216 more words