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Belfast suffered greatly during the period of disruption, conflict, and destruction known as the Troubles – lasting from 1960 right up to the late 90s. STUART WHITE first went to Northern Ireland to visit his sister and has since seen a dynamic city continue to rise
Hailed as one of the greatest places to escape in the land, Stuart White discovered absolute luxury – plus every leisure and sporting activity imaginable – through the iron gates of Dartmoor’s immaculate Bovey Castle.
So, how many times have you driven across the Caversham Bridge and seen that floating glasshouse?
Millions of trees have been planted to transform 200 square miles of central England – scarred by its mining past – into beautiful woodland and countryside. STUART WHITE visited the place that will continue to grow and grow.
Pepe Sale is old skool. It’s been serving up authentic Sardinian food from the Queens Walk for a decade.
I love fish. I like the way it makes you feel healthy, and the way it doesn’t fill you up as much as meat.
Northumberland is the perfect destination for a romantic break this Valentine’s Day. Surrounded by all that fresh air, STUART WHITE fell in love with the place
The last time I saw so many musicians on stage was Arcade Fire at Brixton.
Whatley Manor was built in the decadent 1920s on 12 acres of England’s finest rolling countryside. STUART WHITE visited the Cotswold hotel for a night of absolute indulgence.
Great Britain’s second largest city has received an industrial facelift to shake off its negative reputation. STUART WHITE discovered a modern and fashionable Birmingham with individual style, great shopping and jamming nightlife.