How to Get More in Touch with Your British Heritage

How to Get More in Touch with Your British Heritage

Sponsored Britain is a brilliant place to live. We have a long history of bringing cultures together and in our current state, the UK is a beautiful meld of different people and viewpoints. This diversity is part of what makes us who we are and whilst in all societies there are people that take it too far, we should still be proud of who we are.

However, it’s very easy to settle into your daily life and do the same things. Your life and walk around the same city, go to do the same job and generally do the same things day in, day out. This can get monotonous and boring, or make you feel like you have a lack of identity, which is when you really just want to do some classic, British things to get back in touch with your childhood and your heritage.

In this short post, we’re going to look at what you can do to reconnect with the country and experience everything that Britain has to offer. View Post

Afternoon tea at Creams British Luxury, Bluewater

Afternoon tea at Creams British Luxury, Bluewater

I can’t lie; when I found out about Creams British Luxury opening at Bluewater, I was excited. As far as I’m aware, there’s nowhere else at Bluewater that you can go for an afternoon tea. I was delighted to be given the opportunity to visit them and write a review. My mum adores afternoon tea, so I thought I’d take her as my guest for a pre-birthday treat. View Post

Tea: Why do British people love it?

Tea: Why do British people love it?

Today, the 21st of April, marks National Tea Day. There can’t be many more British things to celebrate than it. We have loved it since it first arrived on our shores in the 18th century. Whenever people gather together, they drink tea. Whenever something shocking happens, it is made to help.  View Post

Mrs Tickit’s Pantry and Rochester High Street

Mrs Tickit’s Pantry and Rochester High Street

Last week, my Mum and I decided to pay a visit to Rochester. I love Rochester, with its many pubs and eateries. It also has a lovely variety of quirky shops, perfect for finding gifts for people or something unusual for yourself. I think it is one of the few places where you could probably find something for everyone. View Post