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Overton, Lancashire, England
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Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, The Globe offers pet-friendly accommodation in Overton. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. Blackpool is 25 km from The Globe, while Windermere is 41 km from the...
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Random England fact:
St. Giles Church, Hampton Gay. This tiny church serves the people of the hamlet of Hampton Gay, Oxfordhire. It has not heating or lighting, so on dark nights, services are held by candlelight.
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