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Kendal, Cumbria

Sometimes referred to 'the auld grey town' because it was built mainly of grey stone, Kendal is a large Market town in the east of Cumbria...

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Keswick, Cumbria

Keswick is a pretty Market Town that nestles between the spectacular Skiddaw Mountains and the northern end of the serene Derwentwater Lake within the Lake District National Park.....

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Kington, Herefordshire

This is a small ancient market town sheltered by the Hergest Ridge which rises to a height of over 1,380 ft. The town is situated near the Welsh border, with the lovely River Arrow flowing through...

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Knaresborough, North Yorkshire

This attractive market town lies in the high reaches of Yorkshire above Harrogate. It is overlooked by the peaceful waters of the River Nidd which is spanned by a magnificent.....

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Knutsford, Cheshire

Its name derives from Canute, the great Danish King who is said to have journeyed this way when he quite possibly forded the local stream...

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Launceston, Cornwall

There is a restless beauty about this stunning region, it has constantly changing vista's, the beautiful stone of enchanting houses glows in the warmth of the sun...

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Leatherhead, Surrey

This is an ancient town, where the parish church of St.Mary and St.Nicholas has existed since Anglo-Saxon times...

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Lechlade, Gloucestershire

This pleasant little market town, set beside the upper reaches of the Thames, is dominated by the elegant spire of the beautiful parish church of St.Lawrence..

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Ledbury, Herefordshire

Ledbury is an attractive town whose centre has changed very little over the years. The Old Grammer School and Butchers Row cottage are but two of Ledbury's beautifully preserved Medieval buildings to be seen in the cobbled street, known as Church Lane...

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Leek, Staffordshire

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Lewes, East Sussex

Lewes is the boyhood home of the famous diarist, John Evelyn (1620 - 1706) He lived at Southover Grange, an Elizabethan house, which is close to the castle...

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Lichfield, Staffordshire

The Lichfield Markets have been held on the historic Market Square since King Stephen granted the first charter for a market in 1153. In the past martyrs were burnt at the.....

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Loddon, Norfolk

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Louth, Lincolnshire

Louth is a lively and interesting market town whose cattle have now been replaced with other industries and the good townspeople who for centuries were engaged in agriculture, are these days employed in business and commerce...

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Ludlow, Shropshire

Nestling on the banks of the rivers Corve and Theme Ludlow is a joyous town to visit at any time of year...

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Lymington, Hampshire

Lymington is a charming market town on the south coast, known for its historic architecture, lively harbor, and proximity to the New Forest National Park. A lovely Georgian.....

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Macclesfield, Cheshire

A small Market town in Cheshire..

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Malmesbury, Wiltshire

The town stakes its claim to be the oldest borough in England on the fact that it was granted a charter in the year 924 by King Edward..

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Manningtree, Essex

The town shows fine examples of weavers cottages and walks through the town reveal fine Georgian facades behind which are Tudor and Elizabethan houses...

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March, Cambridgeshire

A curiosity of the town is the tradition of the March, March march. This is when a group of Cambridge students gather in the town to walk back to Cambridge stopping at all convenient inns to quench their thirst!..

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