Alternating with Comic Relief, every second year is “Sport Relief”. The 2018 event runs from 17th-23rd of this month and it promises to be as big as ever.
Category: National Days
As Mother’s Day approaches many realise they’ve gotten mixed up with the American date. To help avoid future confusion here’s why the days are different.
The last day of February is International Rare Disease Day. It’s used to highlight conditions that have just a few hundred to a few thousand patients.
Just after the halfway point of winter, we celebrate with romantic acts. But what do we know about Saint Valentine himself?
Although it’s been around for years, 2018 will see Tinnitus Week go global. Organisations around the world will join up to raise awareness of the condition.
You may have set yourself a goal for the approaching year but New Year’s resolutions often end in failure. Why is this the case?
What do you think of when it comes to New Year? By worldly comparison the UK has some relatively mundane traditions, these are some more colourful ones..
Christmas is by the far the most promoted time of the year for just about everything, but is Christmas marketing a good or bad thing?
Christmas is such a wonderful time full of traditions, but outside of the UK there are other traditions that may seem unusual.