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Devon has a large selection of Blue Flag family beaches on offer, with North Devon being a particular favourite for many people, as it features much more natural coastal resort locations. North Devon has a huge range of beaches in all shapes and sizes, to suit all types of activities and pastimes. Surfing has a big following locally, and the North Devon...
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Sensational folk troupe Bon Iver is preparing to bring a pulsating performance to Paris this coming July, appearing in the French capital as part of an intense European tour. The American group have quickly gathered a following, generating popularity with their debut album ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ back in 2008. The album was well received...
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Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay are both situated on the beautiful North Yorkshire coastline and offer visitors a wealth of attractions and things to do as a holiday destination. So whether you are planning to be based at one of the hotels in Whitby or possibly Robin Hoods Bay accommodation you are sure to be well placed for all the local places of...
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Internationally acclaimed DJ David Guetta has announced he will be performing in the Irish capital this summer. The latest big name to add his list to a busy summer gig schedule in Dublin, he will be performing at Marlay Park on Friday 24 August and will be joined by the likes of Example, Benny Bennassi and Rizzle Kicks in what is one of the most exciting...
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Barcelona vies for EuroVegas complex

Posted by on March 28, 2012
A race is on between two Spanish cities to attract investment from America’s eighth richest man Sheldon Adelson, as he looks for a home for an economy boosting EuroVegas complex. The American business magnate, who is the Chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which operates The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, is hoping to introduce six...
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Many of us would not normally reach for a bottle of English Wine when deciding on our usual tipple, but the English Wine industry is not only thriving, its producing international award winning wines which is silencing the critics. One county in the United Kingdom which has more vineyards than many areas is East Sussex. Not only has it got a wide variety...
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A Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece has been unveiled at the Louvre museum in Paris, as part of a display exploring the oil painting’s historic importance in artistic terms. Named ‘The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne’, it depicts St Anne, her daughter the Virgin Mary and an infant Jesus, who is seen grappling with a sacrificial lamb, symbolizing...
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Brixham: Part of the English Riviera

Posted by on March 27, 2012
Spring is oficially upon us, with summer not too far away. So with this in mind, it’s the perfect time to start planning your summer holidays. With the cost of travelling outside of the United Kingdom has increased in the last few years, many people planning something a little closer to home. Travelling down to the South West coast for your Devon...
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Irish museum remembers the Great War

Posted by on March 26, 2012
The Great War is being remembered at a museum in Dublin, with people in the Irish Republic being encouraged to bring in family souvenirs of their ancestors’ struggles and hardship during one of the bloodiest wars in history. Any mementoes and reminders will help form part of a European-wide project which is to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak...
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The Bath Comedy Festival 2012

Posted by on March 26, 2012
The beautiful Somerset city of Bath is a multicultural centre for the creative and theatrical arts. This World Heritage city offers a vibrant and diverse range of entertainment and attractions throughout the year, which includes theatre, concerts, dance, festivals, literature events, exhibitions and community events. March 30 sees the beginning of one...
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