This 25th January, its time to celebrate Burn’s night! So here is a poem in tribute to this fine tradition, taken from the new poetry collection by Anita Williams celebrating all things British, entitled The very Great Britain in poetry Burn’s Continue reading Burn’s night
It’s Boat Race weekend! April 11th marked an historic event. The women’s Oxford vs Cambridge boat race held on the same course and day as the men’s. Both races were a fine spectacle marking a British tradition which inspired a poem Continue reading Boat Race weekend
Drumroll please……..get ready for a Great British Poetry book. ‘The Very Great Britain in Poetry’ is nearly ready to publish! This charming poetry collection is full of British traditions, landmarks and experiences A fantastic souvenir or keepsake packed full of Continue reading Great British Poetry Book
Very exciting news! We are very close to completing the content of our latest poetry collection all about Great Britain! This keepsake has been written by Anita Williams to celebrate the attractions, traditions and special places we come across as Continue reading The Very Great Britain in Poetry!
Those Pearly Kings and Queens who do so much for charity have a history which stems from the story of a young boy named Henry Croft who sewed pearly buttons onto his hat and coat in order to become more Continue reading Those Pearly Kings and Queens