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Jumping all over 10 Downing Street

Some Where To is a project that gives 16 to 25 year olds support to access the spaces they need to do the things they love doing within sport, culture and the arts.

Vist www.somewhereto.com for more information

 


 

Find land to grow your own vegetables

Landshare brings together people who have land to share with those who need land for cultivating food. Its now a thriving community of more than 55,000 growers and sharers.

Visit www.landshare.net for more information

 

Bringing communities together with sport

Sport Inspired organises community multi-sport competitions that are managed by local people to enhance community development and increase youth and adult participation in sport.

Visit www.sportinspired.org for more information

 

WELCOME TO great britain 2016 - OUR GREAT NATION!

Any year is a good year to arrive here as there is always something exciting in the air. The British love an event and few could do it better. Our royal family ensure that there is always a good deal of pomp and ceremony. The annual Trooping of the Colour, Royal Ascot and the daily changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, afford the opportunity to sample tradition and national pride. During the spring and summer months, virtually every village and town throughout the nation celebrates in countless different ways – from cheese rolling, to arts fairs, brass bands and Morris dancing, you will never be far away from a celebration of some sort.

It is this sense of affair that the British love so much. It is a celebration of our freedom and our long history.

Something that everyone should do is take time to see the country. For a small island nation we are very divers with different languages, traditions, folklore, architecture, food and religion. These different aspects bring surprise, interest and amazement at every turn. The two main cities of Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh are separated by just 50 miles but could not be more different. Glasgow is honest, rough and ready. Edinburgh is softer, arty and welcoming. Both are fascinating, both are very different. And this is so much the trend throughout the British Isles. Liverpool and Newcastle, Cardiff and Manchester, London and Exeter – everyone unique, everyone interesting everyone proud to be British.

By now you will have taken the Life in the UK Test and answered the Citizenship Test questions – all of us at lifeinukthetest.co.uk are delighted that you have passed and are now a permanent British resident. And we want you to be just as proud of your new home as we are – a country where freedom is a given and fairness is enshrined in our very being. We proudly hold ourselves to be the “Land of the Free”

 

 

 

 

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