Links to sites that have a British relevance although nothing to do with cars or MG.
Welcome to our website where all Brits and lovers of the United Kingdom our welcome to join our group. We’re here to help our fellow British that are based in foreign lands to connect with fellow Brit’s in your local area.
Our mission is to help all Brit’s throughout the world. We are actually based here in Kansas City, Missouri and look forward to more Brits to join our growing clan.
Fix a British food craving? Global Foods Market is the largest international grocery store in Missouri. We carry ethnic and specialty food products from various regions including Asia, Europe, Africa, and South America. We also have special sections for fresh international Produces, Deli, Cheese, and Meats.
Please visit our store to explore thousands of hard-to-find products.
Treat yourself to some truly authentic British Food from Queen’s Cuisine including: Freshly Baked Scones, Cakes & Pastries, Tea and Tea Accessories and Baked Goods to suit dietary requirements. Also note that you can have Afternoon Tea’s Served at The Map Room, St Louis.[br][br] You can also their freshly baked goods are available at: The London Tearoom, St Louis, McMurphy’s Express, St Louis, Tower Grove Farmer’s Market, St Louis, MO and Land of Goshen Community Market, Edwardsville, IL.
The Award-Winning Saint Louis Brass Band presents exciting family-friendly concerts of light classic and popular music for enthusiastic listeners across the greater metropolitan St. Louis region. The STLBB is a British-style brass band featuring thirty of St. Louis’ finest brass and percussion players. (British Brass Bands use the traditional and uniquely colorful instrumentation of cornets, flugel horn, tenor horns, euphoniums, English baritones, trombones, tubas and percussion.)
The British Connection is a local club for British women in St Louis, Missouri, whose aim is to promote a social network offering support and friendship.
We are open to all people of British ancestry, going no further back than the third generation. So, if your granny was British, feel free to come along. Also, if your husband is British, you are welcome to join.
We meet once every month and have many social events, where husbands/partners are welcome
The English Shop 703 S. Main St. St. Charles, MO 63301 Hours Tues.-Sat. 10:00 – 5:00 Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 Monday Closed