I'm curious about the accents from England about whether its more Germanic or more Celtic because since English come from the Angles,who were Germanic,the accents has to have more Germanic phonetic sounds infused in the language.
While it's possible that you might find some such connection, I very much doubt it, for two reasons.
First, while there were undoubtedly dialects in earlier forms of the language, few of the details of modern pronunciation can go back beyond the Great Vowel Shift in the 15-17th centuries.
Secondly, there is remarkably little evidence of Celtic influence on English, except perhaps in Ireland. Even in Scotland and Wales, there is little grammatical influence, but just a set of borrowed words.
If you had distinguished West from North Germanic (i.e. Anglo-Saxon from Norse) rather than bringing in Celtic, that would be more convincing. While I still doubt that very much in the way of pronunciation difference stems from that division, there is certainly plenty of Norse-derived vocabulary in the North.