England is an island country situated in the North-West Europe, on the island of ‘Great Britain’. Covering two-thirds of Great Britain, England is the largest country on the island. England is separated into regions that include the South West, South East, London, East of England, East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber, North West and North East. In a country that has a relatively small landmass the diversity of cultures, dialects and traditions are vast.
England is known as a place of history but also as a destination that celebrates variety and innovation. Discovering England is always an exciting experience as there is so much to see, from landmarks centuries old to design and technology in London’s tech district, there is something to suit all interests. England is the official country of residence for the reigning sovereign, its political seat and most prestigious universities, Oxford and Cambridge.
There are so many beautiful places to explore in England, cities with the most extraordinary architecture, towns associated to the likes of William Shakespeare, and villages that have inspired works of literature such as the Lord of The Rings. The charm of an English village is what captures peoples’ hearts and traditions of drinking a cup of tea, walking along a beach or dancing around a Maypole are still very much celebrated.
It is the quintessentially English way of doing things that makes this place special. England is a warm, friendly place that is proud of its history and long-standing traditions. Some of the United Kingdom’s most treasured historic venues can be found in England with a history that spans thousands of years. It is this that attracts tourists but also those who want to host a celebration surrounded by this heritage.
“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Christopher and his team, a supremely creative individual who also works extremely hard to deliver his wondrous visions, no impulse is left uncovered, no corner is left unloved, he has a unique ability to design such a vast range of things, from tiny points of detail to sweeping grand gestures, and all with such delight of sense and colour. What a joyful journey to go on!”