Here are some activities you can do at home to celebrate St George’s Day!
Did you know, St George was a soldier in the Roman army and is the patron saint of soldiers. Can you dress up as soldiers and build yourself a fort? Share your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or use #DiscoverSandwell.
Legend has it that St George killed a dragon so why not draw or create a dragon and display it in your window for your neighbours to see.
Send us pictures to email@example.com or using #DiscoverSandwell and we will share some of our favourites!
What are your favourite English tunes? We’ve put a playlist together here: open.spotify.com/playlist/3uRgGfmF4fH8yFkGNy26FQ
Tell us what other English music you like at firstname.lastname@example.org or use #DiscoverSandwell!
What quintessentially English dishes will you be making and eating today? Is it a Full English for breakfast, Cucumber Sandwiches for a picnic lunch in the garden or Fish and Chips for dinner?? Maybe you’re just enjoying a cup of traditional English Breakfast tea with a scone or Bakewell Tart!
There are loads of ideas out there but this website has all the traditional English recipes to celebrate St George’s Day. Share your pictures of what English food you are eating this weekend to email@example.com or using #DiscoverSandwell and we will share some of our favourites!