You only have to turn on the TV any night of the week and witness the endless procession of popular cookery shows to realise just how much the British love their food and anything associated with it. Food is the new rock ‘n’ roll; that can be the only explanation as to why food festivals in the summer are becoming as popular as music festivals. And with so much brilliant British (and other) grub to enjoy, what could be a nicer way of spending a British summer’s day than at one of these superb UK summer food festivals?

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A Brief Guide to the Delightful Resorts of Dorset

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For holidays in the UK that combine the best of England’s rural beauty, historic monuments and landmarks and a choice of coastal resorts ranging from the traditional and fun-packed to the tranquil and relaxing, the county of Dorset in southwest England is difficult to beat.

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The Top 5 Places to go Scuba Diving in the UK

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Best Hotels in Bournemouth

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Queen Victoria and her son, Edward, had the right idea when they spurred on the creation of Bournemouth, a sort of precursor to the modern-day, purpose-built resort town. With its abundance of flowers, parks and aesthetically-pleasing architecture, this south coast seaside resort has good reason to bask in its popularity.

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