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Exploring the best Towns to visit in England, with Pictures and history, historical facts, articles and more.

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Saffron Walden, Essex

The outstanding feature of Saffron Walden is its rich variety of properties tangled around its web of ancient streets...

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Salcombe, Devon

Salcombe is a pleasant town with a happy atmosphere making it a joy to explore when you tire of lazing on one of the beautiful sandy beaches or need to relax after an energetic morning at sea...

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Salcombe Regis, Devon

Salcombe Regis is a coastal village near Sidmouth in East Devon, England. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1066 as "a manor called Selcoma" held by Osbern FitzOsbern,.....

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Salford, Greater Manchester

The City of Salford lies at the heart of the Metropolis known as Greater Manchester in an area where cotton was once king and its mill workers were portrayed for posterity by acclaimed 20th-century artist L.S.Lowry...

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Salisbury, Wiltshire

The soaring grace of Salisbury Cathedral's slender spire rises majestically over the town. Higher than any other in the land, at 404 feet, the spire can be seen against the.....

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Saltaire, West Yorkshire

This perfectly preserved village originated as an answer to Bradford's 'dark satanic mills', it was the brain-child of industrialist Sir Titus Salt, who in the early 19th-century.....

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Saltash, Cornwall

Famous for its two great bridges than span the River Tamar, this little town, known as 'the gateway to Cornwall' is both pretty and interesting...

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Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire

A lovely winding road drops down from the valley above to this small seaside resort and fishing haven...

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Saltfleet, Lincolnshire

The village is quite delightful, it is quiet and sleepy with an array of sturdy red-brick cottages...

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Salthouse, Norfolk

The village is renowned as a haven for wildlife, it is the place to go in winter if you want to see a good migratory flock of Snowbuntings, and other migratory birds who invade the area in vast numbers...

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Samlesbury, Lancashire

The village lies in spacious countryside in the lovely Ribble Valley, an area that is awash with old farmsteads and ancient meadows peacefully grazed by cattle and sheep...

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Sandbach, Cheshire

Sandbach is a market town in Cheshire..

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Sandbanks, Dorset

Sandbanks near Poole, in Dorset, is known for its stunning award-winning sandy beaches, and as being one of the costliest places to live in the world...

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Sandhurst, Berkshire

Currently this town is best known for its Royal Military Academy, training ground for those hoping to attain high office in the British Military Service. Some famous service men.....

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Sandown, Isle of Wight

Sandown was developed as a resort town during the Victorian era, many fine properties remain from these heady romantic times during which some quite famous people descended upon the town...

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Sandringham, Norfolk

Enchanting estate of over 7,000 acres of breath-taking countryside surrounding a magnificent house which has been the home of four generation of British Sovereigns since it was bought in 1862 for the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII...

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Sandsend, North Yorkshire

A wildly beautiful rugged coastal area with over two and a half miles of uninterrupted golden sand which in high summer is idyllic for holiday makers, and attractive to surfers...

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Sandwich, Kent

The town had prospered from its natural harbour for centuries, and by the 13th-century Sandwich had become a major port...

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Sapperton, Gloucestershire

In this delightful village, stone cottages huddle together along leafy narrow lanes...

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