Brave the icy town at the edge of the world for a winter adventure in Churchill, Canada this month. Polar bears, northern lights and barren ice lands will make you feel as though you’ve stepped out of the wardrobe of coats into the depths of Narnia.
Over the last few years, Bonfire Night has come to mean more than a wonky Catherine Wheel scorching a hole in your neighbour’s garden fence. Now, towns and cities come out in force with artistic firework displays, marching bands, light shows, parties, fairgrounds etc. We’ve picked the top places in Britain to celebrate Bonfire Night this year. Oh, and excuse the cheesy title; it was too hard to resist.
Every year throughout October the UK celebrates Black History Month. Since its establishment in 1987, by activist Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, this national month has seen wide spread events ranging from cooking classes, to conferences, theatre and concerts. Here’s some of the highlights from this year’s calendar…