After John Lennon wrote Strawberry Fields Forever, which was a number two hit for the Beatles in 1967, he described it as his greatest achievement ever. Despite the single being prevented from reaching the number one spot by Engelbert Humperdinck's Release Me (after a four-year unbroken run of chart-topping UK hits), Lennon still felt it was his finest moment as a songwriter.

The traditional Cornish cream tea is a warm scone covered with a layer of strawberry jam and topped with a generous helping of clotted cream. It’s optional whether it is served with butter and depends on personal taste, as some café owners believe the cream replaces the butter, while others serve it with both.

If you thought the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show was all about fragrant flowers and beautiful blooms, think again! Of course, flowers play a major part in the annual show - held in the grounds of Chelsea's Royal Hospital - but many of the exhibits are of an edible variety.

Cartoon fans who were young in the late 1960s and early '70s will recall one of the most famous songs from an opening sequence. Stop the Pigeon is forever ingrained in their memory.

The Wurzels are one of Britain's longest-established touring bands and have become something of a national institution since they first rocketed to fame in 1976 with their chart-topping hit, Combine Harvester. More than 40 years later, the band is still on the road!

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