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Westerdale ford. North Yorkshire Moors.

Westerdale

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Woodland Ride, The Verge Wood, Badminton, Gloucestershire 2014

Badminton in the county of Gloucestershire
Badminton is a picturesque Cotswold village in Gloucestershire, famous for its horse trials and for Badminton House, which has been the principal seat of the Dukes of Beaufort...
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St Margaret's Church, Bagendon, Gloucestershire

Bagendon in the county of Gloucestershire
Bagendon is a small picturesque village in the Cotswolds, just 4 miles north of the wonderful market town of Cirencester. The village has a pretty and interesting church, St...
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Village Green, Bainbridge

Bainbridge in the county of North Yorkshire
Bainbridge is the epitome of a typical Dales village, it comprises of picturesque old stone cottages, with a lively, well quarried stream running through it.
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Beverley Minster

Beverley in the county of East Riding of Yorkshire
This is a town best known for its impressive Minster church which is without doubt one of the most splendid in Europe. It is mostly Early English in style and was begun in 1220....
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Teffont Evias, Wiltshire

Teffont Evias in the county of Wiltshire
Edric Holmes described the village as "most delightfully situated", and Maurice Hewlett included Teffont in his list of the half dozen most beautiful villages in England.
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Early morn'

Nailsworth in the county of Gloucestershire
Nailsworth is a handsome town that has a history stretching back to beyond Roman times.
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Milton Abbas in Dorset

Milton Abbas in the county of Dorset
Milton Abbas is a superb thatched village which has the distinction of being the first planned village of its kind in England.
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Cotswolds Walk

Notgrove in the county of Gloucestershire
A small picturesque village in the Cotswolds region of England. The village contains around 30 stone cottages, with the Notgrove Estate first mentioned in the Doomsday book, now a...
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A view of Church Stretton, Shropshire.

Church Stretton in the county of Shropshire
Church Stretton is an historic market town in the South Shropshire hills, and the only town in the Shropshire hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - one of Britain's fiinest...
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Henley Regatta oil painting

Henley on Thames in the county of Oxfordshire
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.
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Horse-drawn barge near Tiverton, moored under a bridge

Tiverton in the county of Devon
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Autumn by the River Severn

Ironbridge in the county of Shropshire
This town is named for the famous bridge that spans the River Severn - the world's first Iron Bridge..
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Crummock Water

Buttermere in the county of Cumbria
Even when swirling mist rolls in over the stark fells surrounding Buttermere, the little hamlet remains serene in its simplicity and beauty.
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Pembridge, Herefordshire (2004)

Pembridge in the county of Herefordshire
Pembridge, is one of the prettiest villages in Herefordshire, it is thrice blessed for it stands in a trio of black and white villages famed for an abundance of quaint cottages and graceful houses.
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Alcester

Alcester in the county of Warwickshire
Alcester developed as a market town in Roman times. It grew out of a settlement at the meeting point of two roads and two rivers, the Arrow and the Alne.
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Witchampton in Dorset

Witchampton in the county of Dorset
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Okeford Fitzpaine in Dorset

Okeford Fitzpaine in the county of Dorset
A pretty village set in the Blackmore Vale in the heart of North Dorset, just 3 miles south of the market town of Sturminster Newton. Within the parish are 61 structures that...
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Starling with caterpillars

Malham in the county of North Yorkshire
High on the moors and dales of Yorshire, lies the wild and desolate place of Malham..
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Corfe Village, Dorset

Corfe Castle in the county of Dorset
Below the castle, the village of Corfe shows picturesque stone houses of the 17th-century.
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Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire

Sutton Courtenay in the county of Oxfordshire
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