Living in England
It is literally against the law to put a postage stamp with the queen on upside down. Weird.
In England, we eat about 11.5 billion sandwiches every year. Surprising!
Big Ben is actually the bell in the tower, not the clock.
In London, black cab drivers have to memorise every single street and important building in the city, within six miles of Charing Cross. They then have to take a test called ‘The Knowledge’ before they can drive a cab. Oh my gosh!
England has the biggest trampolene park in Europe!
Our queen is the world’s longest reigning monarch.
Blackpool’s Blue Flyer is a great introduction to rollercoasters.
The London Eye is the world’s biggest Ferris wheel and will carry 800 people.
I love the variety of food, and one of my favourite meals is the English breakfast. I mean who wouldn’t like it? There is something on there for everyone from the great crispy crunch on the bacon to the juicy taste of mushrooms!
The thing that I love about England is the theme parks. Take a trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and try the roller coasters – you will scream your head off (but that is impossible really)!
There are more chickens than people in England!
Every year, around 2500 people are rushed to hospital with a toothbrush injury!
French was the official language in England for about 300 years!
Every year, around 500 people are injured by zips in England!