Saturday sees the renewal of rugby hostilities between England and Scotland, but did you know the trophy that both sides also play for, the Calcutta Cup, has a strong connection with Rugby School and… More
It was interesting to read that one of Rugby School’s most famous pupils is connected to a record breaking sale of sports memorabilia.
Set back from the waters of Blue Anchor Bay in West Somerset the medieval village of Dunster has been overlooked by its castle for over 1000 years. Despite its long and sometimes turbulent past including a long siege of the castle in the 17th century, today Dunster is a tranquil spot where the main nocturnal noises are the church clock, owls and sometimes the calls of the local red deer.
Businesses in Warwick have teamed up with students from WCG to host a vintage racing fashion event at Warwick Racecourse.
It will be taking place as part of Classic Chase Day on 11th January 2020, and showcase racing styles from 1920s to the 1980s.
Racegoers are also encouraged to don their best vintage racing attired for the day.
The British Motor Museum has announced a schedule of 18 unique motoring shows for 2020.
This year, for the first time, the National Trust’s Sissinghurst Castle Garden will open during winter, allowing visitors to enjoy the architectural structure and pared-back beauty of this celebrated Kent garden at a time when it has traditionally been closed.
The National Trust’s Anglesey Abbey, near Cambridge, is marking the 21st anniversary of its renowned Winter Garden by embarking on a three-year project to refresh the popular feature.
So we are finally here, Day 45 and the final day and act of 45 Days Of Rugby.