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Salisbury, Wiltshire   (Historic City)

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.......(more)

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Cirencester, Gloucestershire   (Historic Market Town)

Originally known in Roman times as Corinium Dobunorum, the town of Cirencester in those far off day's was the second largest town in England.....(more)

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Lacock, Wiltshire   (Picturesque Village)

Gatherings of graceful medieval houses line the streets of Lacock....(more)

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Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire   (Historic Market Town)

Henley held the very first regatta in 1839 and in the year 1851 Prince Albert became Patron of the Regatta, thus giving the event the pretigious title of Royal Henley Regatta.....(more)

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Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire   (Picturesque Village)

Lower Slaughter is one of the Cotswold's most idyllic villages where you should abandon your car and roam around on foot.....(more)

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Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire   (Historic Market Town)

"Stow on the Wold, where the wind blows cold"....(more)

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Chester, Cheshire   (Historic City)

Chester, the county town of Cheshire, is one of the oldest and most complete walled cities with fantastic architecture and history.....(more)

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Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire   (Historic Market Town)

Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire is an historic market town, situated near the Cotswolds, it has a beautiful Abbey over 500yrs old and lots of historic buildings and alley ways.....(more)

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Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire   (Picturesque Village)

The talk in the local pub is all of Robin Hood, did he pass through this bay whilst journeying to Whitby, or did he not?....(more)

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Alfriston, East Sussex   (Picturesque Village)

Alfriston occupies a favoured position in the beautiful Cuckmere Gap and serves as a tourist village to which hoards of visitors flock to enjoy the many well preserved fine old buildings to be seen, one of the most important being the local church.....(more)

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Shrewsbury, Shropshire   (Historic Market Town)

Shrewsbury is a wonderfully atmospheric town which beguiles the visitor with sights of bygone centuries and much a great charm is to be found in its narrow streets and medieval buildings.....(more)

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Arundel, West Sussex

This attractive hill-town is dominated by the sheer magnificence of its castle....(more)

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Alford, Lincolnshire   (Historic Market Town)

Deep in the Lincolnshire countryside, not far distant from the golden sandy beaches between Mablethorpe and Chapel St.Leonards is the pleasant market town of Alford.....(more)

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Weymouth, Dorset   (Seaside Town)

It was King George III who first put Weymouth on the map as a popular tourist destination after making it his summer holiday residence between 1789 and 1805, where he would bath.......(more)

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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire   (Historic City)

The City of Nottingham is famed for fine lace, the romance of Maid Marion and Robin Hood and as the birthplace of the founder of the Salvation Army, General William Booth (1829-1912).....(more)

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Winchester, Hampshire

This is an old town which was a tribal town long before the Romans landed in Britain, under their leadership it flourished to become the 5th largest city in the land, and was later heralded as the capital of King Alfred.....(more)

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Winchcombe, Gloucestershire   (Historic Market Town)

To experience the quintessentially English town of Winchcome, is to part-take of a miscellany of pure delights.....(more)

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Warwick, Warwickshire   (Historic Market Town)

Warwick offers its visitors the chance to explore England's fascinating history with fine medieval buildings and a truly magnificent castle.....(more)

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St Ives, Cornwall   (Seaside Town)

There is a magical quality surrounding the whole of the Cornish coast of which St.Ives is a small but special part.....(more)

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Bakewell, Derbyshire   (Historic Market Town)

Bakewell is the largest town in the Peak District National Park. It is an old town full of glowing stone houses and buildings that lend an air of ambience and overall warmth.....(more)

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