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In 1995, Scott read a copy of Jane Austen’s “Sense & Sensibility” and his life was changed forever. Over the past two decades, his passion/love/devotion/enthusiasm and pride, for all things England, has truly taken on a life of its own. Whether it’s music, film, literature or enjoying a cuppa PG Tips and a biscuit, not a day or evening passes where he’s not thinking, reading or daydreaming about Great Britain. This blog is a manifestation of his irrevocable infatuation with a certain beloved section of a tiny island nation. To everyone who visits this tabernacle of Anglo amore, many thanks and please, Mind The Gap šŸ™‚

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Recently, we discovered that we’re included in the University of Oxford’s Language Centre’s recommended blog list – it seems all of those bribes finally paid off!! šŸ˜‰

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http://www.lang.ox.ac.uk/links/english.html

A Massive Thanks!….

Since TSF’s inception, in 2011, we honestly had no idea who would take an interest in our rabid interest in England. In the four years we’ve been around, we’veĀ noticed thatĀ people from all around the globe haveĀ popped by to check out our work…and that’s blown our collective minds. From the bottom, top and sides of our Anglo loving hearts, we want to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for your curiosity and support. We’re humbled, grateful and ever so appreciative šŸ™‚

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