Land of Hope and Glory (Commonwealth Games anthem), Jerusalem (Sporting events)
AFC East. Founded in 1960.
London. Big Ben is actually the bell in St Stephen's Tower but everyone calls the tower and clock that. Big Ben was first sounded on New Years Eve 1923. The numerals on the clock are 2 ft long and the copper arms are 14ft long.
Soft crumbly white cheese with a salty tang.
Known as the 'King of Cheeses'.
The favourite of Wallace in Wallace & Gromit.
Largest inhabited castle in the world. Inhabited by the Queen.
It is made from batter and most often served with roast beef, chicken, or any meal in which there is gravy served with it, or on its own. Gravy is often served alongside. It is often claimed that the purpose of the dish was to provide a cheap way to fill the diners
Opened in 1894 (35.3 miles long)
1940-1980. Founding member of the Beatles
Over the Thames. Loads of riverside pubs nearby. Good for totty in summer.
London, England. London Specialist collections
Chessington Surrey, England
Regents Park, to be exact. Opened in April 1828, it's the world's oldest scientific zoo.
Settle, North Yorkshire, England. Aviaries & Bird Gardens
London, England. The award-winning newspaper
Ipswich, Suffolk. Morning newspaper for Suffolk and Essex
Portrayed by Kenneth Branagh
Originally founded in 602 AD by St. Augustine, it still functions as the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury
The site on which the cathedral stands originally belonged to the Benedictine monks who founded Westminster Abbey. Since then, it has been variously used as a market, a garden, a waste dump, and a prison. The property was acquired by the Catholic Church in 1884.
New England region; Also: New England clam chowder
Moved to London (Kingdoms joined to become England), 927 - 1066