With St George’s Day approaching on Wednesday 23rd April, it’s time to celebrate all things English.
We English typically aren’t very good at making a fuss about how great we are, (spending more time commemorating other countries’ celebratory dates than our own), so perhaps it’s about time we showed our pride in being English!
From classic fish and chips by the sea to a good old cup of tea, there’s plenty to be proud of this St George’s Day!
The best way to demonstrate your appreciation is with items featuring the England flag. If you are celebrating St George’s Day with a party, use some of the following products to decorate your home (and car!) and toast to the day with a celebratory drink!:
6. England Flag
The humble cup of tea… it’s an English institution. There’s nothing better than finally getting home after a long day and settling down on the sofa with a soothing cup of tea and a biscuit to calm away the stresses of the day!
Therefore the cup of tea quite rightly deserves its place in the honorary list of English pride and you can show your appreciation with one of our plentiful tea drinking vessels – some of which have been selected below:
A hearty pie is another classic English fare. Served up in an old English pub with a pint of beer – settled next to a roaring fire – nothing could be better on a chilly day! (Ok, the temperature in England perhaps being one thing we are not so proud of!).
The perfect accompaniment to a traditional pie is an English Craft Beer or English ale or cider. Enjoy a refreshing pint in one of our classic tankards:
A trip to the seaside to enjoy some fish and chips is an iconic English pastime. Mark that tradition by serving a delicious portion of fish and chips in one of our stylish food display products:
Jam making is increasing in popularity again after years of decline – which is a good thing, because there’s nothing nicer for breakfast or afternoon tea than a hefty dollop of home-made jam.
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Prove that England is worth feeling proud about and celebrate a very happy St George’s Day this year!