Who introduced tea in england?

Answer The first sample of tea was brought to England between 1652-1654 by the English East India company. King Charles II and Catherine De Braganza, his wife,were confirmed tea drinkers and after the Res... Read More »

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When were orange trees first introduced into England?

The first orange trees in England were introduced through Sir Francis Carew's home garden in Beddington, Surrey in the late 1500s, according to "The Encyclopedia of Gardening." The saplings for the... Read More »

When was the first Christmas tree introduced to England?

How far is Oxford, England to London, England?

Via road, the distance between Oxford and London, England, is approximately 60 miles. The drive, which travels southeast through such cities as High Wycombe, Uxbridge and Greenford, takes roughly o... Read More »

Why was MMR introduced?

To prevent the occurence of measles, mumps, and rubella.