Exploring Britain

Birmingham is conveniently located in the centre of Britain and the trains can take you pretty much anywhere in the country in just a few hours! I’ve taken every opportunity to travel and explore British history, art and culture and I have enjoyed every second of it! Here are some of the highlights:

Oxford's Cathedral at Christ Church.
Oxford’s Cathedral at Christ Church.
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Afternoon tea at Cliveden.
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National Trust managed gardens and parkland surrounding Cliveden House.
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Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford.
National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, London.
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Old town, Edinburgh.
The Custard Factory, Birmingham.
The Custard Factory, Birmingham.
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Les Misérables at Queen’s Theatre, London.
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View of Edinburgh from Calton Hill.

The site specific exhibition set with monumental sculpture by Phyllinda Barlow at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
Set – a site specific exhibition with monumental sculpture by Phyllida Barlow at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.
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People’s History Museum, Manchester.
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The Wallace Collection, London.
Road trip.
Road trip around Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.
Outside CFCCA, Thomas street, Manchester.
Northern quarters, Manchester.
Manchester Cathedral.
Manchester Cathedral.
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