England is situated in the southern and central part of Great Britain, and Wales is in the west. In England and Wales all the high land is in the west and north- west. The south – eastern plain reaches the west coast only at one or two places – at the Bristol Channel and by the mouths of the rivers Dee and Mersey.
She is the longest reigning monarch ever in Britain. Her favourite dogs are corgis. She’s the only person in the UK allowed to drive without a licence. The Queen has two birthdays. The Queen has sent around 50,000 Christmas cards. She owns an elephant, two giant turtles, a jaguar and a pair of sloths.
Holidays in Great Britain The first of the January is New Year's Day. The seventeeth of May is St. Patrick's Day. In September British people celebrate Harvest Day. The thirty first of September is Halloween. The eleventh of November is Remembering Day. The twenty fifth of December is Christmas Day.
British traditional food Cheese Rolling (Cheese rolling is an unusual British tradition that involves a ball of Double Gloucester cheese and a crowd that is willing to chase it for fun. Afternoon Tea is probably one of the quintessentially British things to partake, afternoon tea has become a socially-acceptable and rather a delightful excuse to meet people for ‘some grub’ from 2 until 4 o’clock in the afternoon. British Food Fish and chips is a very common takeaway food in the UK. As the name implies, it consists of fish that is fried in batter and accompanied by potato chips. Full English Breakfast consists of sausages, eggs, beans, toast, hash browns, tomatoes, black pudding