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June 2017: The Resorts of North Devon

Devon is the only county in England with two separate coasts, north and south. It is the latter that is perhaps better known and more ...More
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47 Places to Visit in Bristol | Directory

Bristol, Englands Port in the west, is where Cabot set sail from in his search of the New World. It is a thriving, bustling city with the sea at its heart and there are many attractions that tell the story of its colourful past

Blagdon | Bristol | Clevedon | Clifton | Fishponds | Henbury | Horton | Keynsham | Lawrence Weston | Long Ashton | Severn Beach | Stanton Drew | Temple Meads | Whitchurch | Wraxall | Wrington

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Birthplace of: Christopher Fry, W G Grace, Damien Hirst, Allen Lane, Samuel Plimsoll, Michael Redgrave, Mary Robinson, J K Rowling, William Slim, Robert Southey, John Symonds, Edward Tyson, Thomas Lovell Beddoes, Richard Bright, Rosemary Butcher, Thomas Chatterton, William Combe, Hugh Conway, Cary Grant, Robin Cousins, Banksy, Edward Godwin, John Gully, Julie Burchill, Chris Morris, Thomas Lawrence, Richard Long, Thomas Longman, Percy Nunn, William Rees-Mogg, Isaac Rosenberg, Archibald Sayce, William Slim, Johnny Ball, James May, Russell Howard,

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Clevedon

Clifton

Fishponds

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Horton

Keynsham

Lawrence Weston

Long Ashton

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Stanton Drew

Temple Meads

Whitchurch

Wraxall

Wrington

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