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The National Flowers of Europe. I could get one for every country I've traveled to

The National Flowers of Europe #Infographic

Of all the official national symbols that countries choose, flowers are the most beautiful! When a country chooses a national flower, they are choo.

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Kirstie Allsopp’s Union Jack celebration cake Celebrate all things British with this gorgeous berry-topped cake, filled with strawberry jam and spread with a rich butter cream icing. Perfect for picnics, street parties or to brighten up a rainy d

Fruit & Prosecco Jelly | Fruit Recipes | Jamie Oliver Recipes

Jamie's summer fruit, elderflower and prosecco jelly recipe makes a tasty dessert - the prosecco bubbles will fizz in your mouth deliciously as you eat it!

Brotherhood Of Man "Save Your Kisses For Me" (1976) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for the UK

Brotherhood Of Man "Save Your Kisses For Me" Eurovision Song Contest Winner for the

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Easy vodka jelly shots recipe

With a little blush of shame I am forced to admit that although I am in the last year of my twenties, I have only made vodka jelly shots .

2003 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 26) Cry Baby - Jemini. 'Cry Baby', written and composed by Martin Isherwood, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, and was performed by the duo Jemini. To date, it is the only song ever entered by the United Kingdom to earn no points ('nul points') from any other countries. It was also the first ever English language song to receive no points. The song is a simple pop... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry_Baby_%28Jemini_song%29

2003 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 26) Cry Baby - Jemini. 'Cry Baby', written and composed by Martin Isherwood, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, and was performed by the duo Jemini. To date, it is the only song ever entered by the United Kingdom to earn no points ('nul points') from any other countries. It was also the first ever English language song to receive no points. The song is a simple pop... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry_Baby_%28Jemini_song%29

When they understood the true aim of the Eurovision Song Contest. | 29 Times Tumblr Completely Got What It Means To Be British

29 Times Tumblr Completely Got What It Means To Be British

When the British understood the true aim of the Eurovision Song Contest.

1966 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 9) A Man Without Love - Kenneth McKellar. 'A Man Without Love' was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1966, performed in English by Kenneth McKellar. The song is a ballad, with McKellar comparing a man without love and a man with love. He explains that a man without love is 'only half a man, this nothing', and a man 'with love is everything in life'. For the performance of the... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Man_Without_Love

1966 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 9) A Man Without Love - Kenneth McKellar. 'A Man Without Love' was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1966, performed in English by Kenneth McKellar. The song is a ballad, with McKellar comparing a man without love and a man with love. He explains that a man without love is 'only half a man, this nothing', and a man 'with love is everything in life'. For the performance of the... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Man_Without_Love

1985 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 4) Love Is - Vikki Watson. 'Love Is', written and composed by James Kaleth and Vikki Watson, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed by the latter composer, Vikki Watson, credited at Eurovision and on the single as Vikki. The first female soloist to compete for UK at Eurovision since Olivia Newton-John with 'Long Live Love' at Eurovision 1974 and also the first…

1985 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 4) Love Is - Vikki Watson. 'Love Is', written and composed by James Kaleth and Vikki Watson, was the United Kingdom's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, performed by the latter composer, Vikki Watson, credited at Eurovision and on the single as Vikki. The first female soloist to compete for UK at Eurovision since Olivia Newton-John with 'Long Live Love' at Eurovision 1974 and also the first…

2009 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 5) It's My Time - Jade Ewen. 'It's My Time', is a song sung by Jade Ewen and was the British entry for the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Moscow, Russia, in May 2009. The song was composed and written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren and became the UK's most successful Eurovision entry since 2002 by coming fifth, and a significant improvement on the previous and following year's... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_My_Time_%28Jade_Ewen_song%29

2009 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 5) It's My Time - Jade Ewen. 'It's My Time', is a song sung by Jade Ewen and was the British entry for the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Moscow, Russia, in May 2009. The song was composed and written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren and became the UK's most successful Eurovision entry since 2002 by coming fifth, and a significant improvement on the previous and following year's... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_My_Time_%28Jade_Ewen_song%29

1994 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 10) Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free) - Frances Ruffelle. 'Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)' was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland. The song was written by George De Angelis, Mark Dean and sung by Frances Ruffelle in English.  Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing 'Nætur' and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonely_Symphony_%28We_Will_Be_Free%29

1994 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 10) Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free) - Frances Ruffelle. 'Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)' was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland. The song was written by George De Angelis, Mark Dean and sung by Frances Ruffelle in English. Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing 'Nætur' and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonely_Symphony_%28We_Will_Be_Free%29

1963 Eurovision UK Entry (No. 4) Say Wonderful Things - Ronnie Carroll.

1963 Eurovision UK Entry (No. Say Wonderful Things - Ronnie Carroll.

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