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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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Hay on Wye

Hay-on-Wye is a small Marches town at the northernmost point of Brecon Beacons National Park. The town is on the southern side of the River Wye. North of the town are the rolling hills of Radnorshire and to the South West are the Black Mountains.

The town was known as 'The Hay', which derives from the Norman origin, Hay or Haie, (fenced or hedged enclosure). 'Y-Gelli', the Welsh name for the town means 'Grove'. The town of Hay is known throughout the world as 'The Town of Books' - Sandy

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Hereford

Go and have your sandwich in the small grounds of Hereford Cathedral. I am yet to find a more peaceful place in the heart of a City - Suzie-soo

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In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies. - Winston Churchill
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Battle of Bannockburn - 1314, Battle of Sluys - 1340, First Recorded Tynwald Day - 1417, Punch Invents the Cartoon - 1843, Mersey Tunnel Opens - 1971, The Humber Bridge Opens to Traffic - 1981
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