2. There are many ways to celebrate Britain’s rich cultural heritage. Be it through modernist literature.
Virginia Woolf, The Waves
3. Surrealist literature.
Douglas Adams, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
4. Classical literature.
Thomas Hardy, Tess of D’Urbervilles.
5. Fantasy literature.
A map of the Shire, from The Lord of the Rings.
6. Or modern speculative fiction.
A Terry Pratchett Discworld-inspired tattoo.
8. There are plenty of iconic British acts to choose from.
11. You could choose to honour innovators.
15. There are cultural touchpoints too, from warm beverages.
16. To spicy snacks.
21. Follow your fandom.
22. And you can be sure to meet like-minded people.
Wallace and Gromit.