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Pictures of England   

Exploring the most picturesque and historic parts of England, with 100's of beautiful photographs, history, attractions, hotels and accommodation.

Project Timescape   

Discover the history of the Wittenham Clumps. Handle ancient artifacts, come face-to-face with skeletons and learn about the future of the landscape with interactive activities.

Trecilla Farm AA 5 Diamond B & B   

16th century farmhouse in quiet rural location close to the historic towns of Ross on Wye and Monmouth and 10 minutes drive from Symonds Yat, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. Own fishing. Four Poster.

Baggeridge Country Park   

Baggeridge Country Park is a beautiful area of countryside on the doorstep of the Black Country.

Broadway Tower & Country Park   

Built on an ancient beacon site, Broadway Tower has a colourful history as - amongst others - home to the renowned printing press of Sir Thomas Phillips, country retreat for Pre-Raphaelite artists, notably the artist, designer, writer, craftsman, and socialist William Morris, location for the studies of the distinguished archeologist Sir Arthur Evans, and farmhouse.

Cotswold Edge   

History and a Large Selection of Old Photo's around the Cotswold Edge (180+) Forum for finding people and general information of the area.

Derbyshire UK   

Guide to Derbyshire and the Peak District. Includes information on all major towns and villages, attractions, historic houses, a large photo gallery and much more.

Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District   

Town/Village features, country walks, heritage trails, places of interest, events, attractions refreshment stops and visitor information are included in this rapidly expanding independent guide.

Farncombe Estate Centre   

Study Breaks for adults on a beautiful 300-acre private estate just outside Broadway in the Cotswolds.

High Peak Trail & Cromford Canal   

Completed in 1794, the Cromford Canal stretched 14.5 miles to Langley Mill joining the Erewash Canal. By 1830 the Cromford and High Peak Railway was opened. The canal now only has water from Cromford to Ambergate. The railway is a walkway and cycle track.

Julie Woodhouse Landscape Photography   

A portofolio of photographs containing images from Derbyshire and the Peak District.

North Herefordshire Conducted Country Walking   

We offer a bespoke walking package,you tell us how far you want to walk and what you want to see,and we design a walk tailor made to your requirements.

Peak District National Park   

Situated in the Heart of England, the Peak District National Park lies at the southern end of the Pennine hills, between Sheffield and Manchester.

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