We love England for: Its Rich Culture and History
Weather: The annual average temperature range in the British Isles is only about 14 °C (25 °F). Average high in UK around July/August (summer) 14 °C (70 °F). Average High December January 7°C (45 °F).
Culture : 87% of the population in England are White British. 6% are South Asian 2.9% are Black and 1.9% are of Mixed heritage. Food: Traditional English cuisine includes the Sunday Roast. A meal consisting of a roasted meat (Lamb, Chick, Pork or Beef) Served with roasted and/or boiled vegetables including Potatoes and Carrots. Served with gravy and Yorkshire pudding. Fish and chips are a popular take away dish fish (usually cod) coated in batter deep friend and served with fried potatoes. Other World known meals include English breakfast which would consist of baked beans, sausages, fried eggs and bacon served with toasted bread.
The most popular sport in England is football. Recognised by FIFA as the birthplace of club football. England hosts a range if sports including Cricket, Rugby, Tennis and Boxing.
Languages: The official language of England is English
Religion 72% of the population in England consider themselves Christians, with 3% Muslims and 14% claim to have no religion.
The economy of England is one of the largest in the world. England was once highly industrialised however has moved towards the service industry. Its capital London is the largest financial Sector in Europe.
Twycross Zoo, Leicestershire
Home to over 1000 species of animals including around 35 species of primates. set in beautiful Leicestershire countryside
Many theme parks to choose from in England including Alton Towers based in Staffordshire and Chessington world of adventures based in Surrey near London.
Visit the beaches
England does have some beautiful beaches one of our favourites include the Blackpool Sands situated in Devon. Safe Swimming areas lovely beaches. Plus plenty to do around the Blackpool area including mini theme parks arcades and casinos
Discovery English History
Take a visit to Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Situated in Berkshire north of London. This is Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. This castle has a history of over 1000 years. Take a trip to Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire. Home of the famous Robin Hood. Enjoy activities such as bat watching and medieval stories.
Visit the Capital and Largest City London
See our London Page for a start of exiting things to do in London