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Things to do and see in Herefordshire

Things to do and see in Herefordshire

The stunning natural backdrop is perfect for getting back in touch with the great outdoors. We've put together the must-sees when visiting as well as some great family fun that everyone will enjoy.    1. Hay Castle Trust The Castle is one of the great medieval defence structures on the border of England and Wales still standing. But built in the late 12th century the Castle & Manor are very much under threat now as they are in desperate need of conservation to prevent further deterioration. There is a rich history that lies in Hay Castle and in 2011, the...

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Things to do and see in East Sussex

Things to do and see in East Sussex

There are so many places to visit in East Sussex, from historic battlefields to alternative seaside resorts. We've narrowed down the must-sees during your visit as well as the best places to eat & drink in the county.   1. Seven Sisters Popular for walking, cycling, birdwatching and even canoeing, the Seven Sisters is part of the beautiful coastline of East Sussex. Situated in the South Downs National Park, you will become immersed in the 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. If you would prefer to soak up the surroundings and relax, there is...

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Things to do and see in Sheffield

Things to do and see in Sheffield

Known worldwide as "The Steel City", Sheffield was famed for its industry in the heyday of the 1900's and remains a city of innovation to this day. There is plenty to see in and around the area and some of the best also have free admission so there is lots to enjoy, even on a budget.    1. Sheffield Cathedral This is a truly beautiful Cathedral that has sat for over 1000 years and counting in Sheffield. Of course, it is a place of worship for those who wish to attend but you can also join a guided tour to...

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Things to do and see in Bedfordshire

Things to do and see in Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is a great county to live in and visit. There's plenty to see and do and can be thoroughly enjoyed by the entire family also.  1. Leighton Buzzard Railway This is believed to be the only remaining line which owed its existence to the ready availability of surplus materials and equipment from the First World War battlefield supply lines. It now houses one of the largest and most important collections of narrow-gauge stock in England. The line runs for around 3 miles between Page’s Park & Stonehenge Works and the Leighton Buzzard Railway’s locomotive fleet numbers more than 60,...

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Things to do and see in Buckinghamshire

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Things to do and see in Buckinghamshire

Did you know Buckinghamshire is blessed with more National Trust properties than any other county in England? It truly is the perfect destination to for exploring stunning countryside, historic towns and quality attractions. 1. Bletchley Park You may know a little about Bletchley Park already without even realising. During World War Two this was the top-secret home of the Codebreakers and a place of exceptional historical importance. Set on beautiful grounds you'll have plenty to do during your visit with hands-on displays as well as an introductory exhibition and an interactive multimedia guide which the kids will enjoy too. Immerse...

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