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Jul 3rd - 7th | Henley Royal Regatta

Jul 3rd - 7th | Henley Royal Regatta

The Henley Royal Regatta was first held in 1839 and has been held annually every year since except for during the two World Wars. Originally it was held by the mayor and people of Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire and featured a fair and other attractions, but now the focus is on the amateur rowing.

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Jul 1st - 14th|Wimbledon Championships

Jul 1st - 14th|Wimbledon Championships

The Championships are the oldest tennis tournament in the world and are often considered the most prestigious out of the four “grand slams” tennis stars play. It is also the only one to still be played on grass, which is the game’s original surface. The competition has taken place at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877 and is often mentioned by top players as being their favourite. 

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Jun 18th - 22nd | The Royal Ascot

Jun 18th - 22nd | The Royal Ascot

Ascot is arguably the most famous of the European racecourses and Royal Ascot is the centrepiece of it’s year. The event was founded in 1771 by Queen Anne and is attended each year by Queen Elizabeth II along with several members of the royal family. At the start of each race day they head a Royal Procession in a horse drawn carriage and the Queen’s Royal Standard or official flag is raised. It is a major highlight of the British social calendar, and has been labelled by the event as a combination of excitement, pageantry, fashion and style. Strict dress...

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Jun 10th - 12th Aug | Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

Jun 10th - 12th Aug | Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition has become a key cultural point in the yearly calendar since 1769, including its opening evening party, whereby a host of bold fashion, arts and literary make an appearance. 

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Jun 8th | Trooping the Colour

Jun 8th | Trooping the Colour

The Queen’s birthday is officially celebrated every year on a Saturday in June with a ceremony called Trooping the Colour. Though it is not her actual birthdate, the tradition is to hold the ceremony on a day in the summer when the weather is better and the public can enjoy the festivities. This time-honoured tradition dates back to the early 18th century and involves hundreds of fully trained troops and horses, gathered together to present themselves and be inspected by the Queen herself. There is also a parade and carriage procession which follows down the Mall, ending at Buckingham Palace where the...

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