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Newquay, Cornwall   (Seaside Town)

What a rare blessing Newquay has in its mile upon mile of sheltered, golden beaches that offer a safe haven for sun-worshippers and surfers alike.....(more)

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Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

This town has a history stretching back to the Doomsday Book, but it was Queen Victoria who put the "Royal" into Leamington Spa when she bestowed the title in 1838.....(more)

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Petworth, West Sussex

Petworth is an atmospheric place, it has a wealth of historic visitor attractions nearby and its close proximity to the attractive town of Chichester and its famous harbour.....(more)

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Painswick, Gloucestershire   (Historic Market Town)

The streets of Painswick are narrow and crammed with fine examples of glowing honey coloured stone buildings from all periods....(more)

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Audlem, Cheshire

A walk around the village reveals pleasant black and white timber framed properties, delightful cottages, and buildings of the Victorian era when the canal system and railways came to the area.....(more)

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Penzance, Cornwall   (Seaside Town)

A jolly town with a year round holiday atmosphere, where everyone is made to feel welcome.....(more)

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Keighley, West Yorkshire

This is an industrial town in West Yorkshire. It lies in a fold between the fine countryside of Airdale and Keighley Moors.....(more)

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Corfe Castle, Dorset   (Picturesque Village)

Below the castle, the village of Corfe shows picturesque stone houses of the 17th-century.....(more)

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Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire   (Historic Market Town)

This town takes its name from the La Souche family, lords of the manor from about 1160. The Norman prefix distinguishes Ashby from other towns of similar name.....(more)

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Chesterfield, Derbyshire   (Historic Market Town)

Chesterfield is an attractive town close to the dramatic peaks of the Peak District National Park. It is well known for its strange landmark, the crooked spire of its parish.......(more)

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St Pancras, Greater London

The name of the area is taken from the boy martyred in AD 304. Pancras was the orphaned Christian son of a Phrygian nobleman who was brought up at the court of the Emperor in Rome.....(more)

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Chawton, Hampshire

In Chawton is the unassuming 18th-century cottage where Jane Austen once lived.....(more)

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Buxton, Derbyshire   (Historic Market Town)

This barely spoilt town offers an exciting opportunity to enjoy a town crammed with beautiful buildings whilst exploring the high upland regions of England's glorious Peak District National Park.....(more)

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Louth, Lincolnshire   (Historic Market Town)

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.....(more)

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Acle, Norfolk   (Historic Market Town)

Acle, meaning “clearing in an oak forest” is a small but attractive market town situated near the River Bure, in the Norfolk Broads. It sits midway between the historic city.......(more)

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Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire   (Historic Market Town)

As it's name implies, this town enjoys a fine position on the River Trent. The great castle where King John died in 1216 lies in ruins on the banks of the river.....(more)

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Sandbach, Cheshire   (Historic Market Town)

Sandbach is a market town in Cheshire....(more)

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Coxwold, North Yorkshire

Coxwold is one of those villages that appear to have changed very little with the passing of the centuries.....(more)

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Ipswich, Suffolk

This is a town that can trace its history back to the Stone-Age, it has been a successive settlement throughout the ages and has been populated by settlers from the Iron-Age,.......(more)

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