In honour of St George, patron Saint of England, we've hand picked some of the weird and wonderful English holidays which make England at times quirky but always memorable! Also, check out our Twitter feed (@OriginalTravel) to find out how you could win a glorious afternoon tea for two at the simply fabulous Goring Hotel in London for a quintessential English treat!
The Plymouth Morris Men: Performing tonight at Jolly Jacks at 7.30pm Richmond Walk, Stonehouse, Plymouth. Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace takes place daily in April at 11.30am.
For foodies: Pick a perfect pasty in Mount Hawke near Truro in Cornwall where Billy Deakin is the reigning champion purveyor of pasties. Also, April 24th is The British Pie Awards in Melton Mowbray - Yum Yum! Enjoy a stay in The Spotted Dick and Custard bedroom at The Pudding Club home of The Three Ways House Hotel in the Cotswolds.
Take a day trip to Liverpool the famous birthplace of The Beatles and hang out at The Cavern Club. Take a Chauffeured punt from The Cherwell Boat house in historic Oxford and enjoy a traditional cream tea afterwards at The Teahut Bar. Don't miss St George's Dragon Egg hunt today (St George's Day) at Warwick Castle which is near to Shakespeare's Stratford Upon Avon. Or for something a little stronger, for all English Gin lovers, enjoy a privately guided tour of the first copper-pot based distillery to start up in London's city limits in nearly two centuries. So what are you waiting for? Hurrah for St George!