Living in a British capital city is a multicultural experience. Hundreds of languages, and the lives that accompany these speaking tongues, merge into a vast social space, many keen to establish an identity abroad; adopting their new land and its laws and mixing their own culture into an ever expanding and accepting city pool.
So where can we find the British, living the life that all the ‘foreigners’ believe we are made up of? Cream teas, candy floss, croquet lawns, cucumber sandwiches…
‘Seek and ye shall find…’ And without much difficulty I found (with great joy) just that!
Outside the city gates is a world of verdant pastures, the pleasures of yesteryear – a bygone era we can all take part in and enjoy.
Just look at this banner…a summer fair, teas, a ploughmans lunch and the safe ceiling of a Victorian church when it unexpectedly gets rained off. Blissfully British!