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EVERYDAY ETIQUETTE

As we all take our first steps, somewhat shell-shocked, out of lockdown, the great British barbecue has moved centre stage, enabling us to eat

We have now passed the first milestone on the route out of lockdown and will be able to enjoy sharing Easter with groups of

    The Christian holiday of Easter was named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess, Eostre or Ostara, who symbolised fertility, dawn and light. She was honoured

We’ve all been feeling the lack of distractions in the lockdown –non-essential shops, cinemas, theatres, bars, cafés and restaurants… the list goes on. For

British people are notorious for their endless fascination with the weather, and as the current lockdown enters its third month, and our restricted lives

Our home-grown ‘Mother’s Day’ actually started out as a religious feast, called Mothering Sunday, which was celebrated in the 17th century. It was a