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The East Sussex market town of Lewes is preparing to stage its famous annual “Bonfire Night Celebrations” on November the 5th. This is a unique take on the famous celebrations of England’s historical 1605 gunpowder plot by Guy Fawkes. The town of Lewes celebrates in style with people from in and around Lewes, coming out to either participate...
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This year on the 5th of November a unique and historic event will be happening in Ottery St. Mary in South Devon, Tar Barrel Rolling. The Tar Barrel tradition is hundreds of years old and the West Country hosts many festivities which ranged from historical torchlight processions to burning barrels festivals throughout many of the local towns and villages....
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Around the Derbyshire Peak District

Posted by on October 27, 2011
The Derbyshire Peak District is one of the most wonderful areas and of the UK countryside, with its variety of breathtaking landscape. It is no wonder that it was the first designated “National Park” in the British Isles back in 1951 and it is now one of the most visited National Parks.
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The City of Bath on a Bicycle

Posted by on October 27, 2011
For an alternative way to see the beautiful Spa city of Bath, why not take to two wheels and see Bath from a different perspective. The Bath & North East Somerset Council has announced a new cycle route as part of its “Bath Cycling Campaign” to get more people to use the local cycle paths which includes dedicated cycle lanes, canal tow paths...
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Torquay in Song and Dance this Autumn

Posted by on October 25, 2011
The seaside towns of Torquay and Brixham are two of the most popular tourist destinations on the spectacular South Devon coastline. The area is steeped in history and has close connections with maritime life, so no matter what time of year you plan to visit there is always plenty to see and do. Autumn is here and winter is on its way, so maybe some...
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Bath City Break with a Musical Theme

Posted by on October 25, 2011
Anyone heading to Bath this autumn for a well earned city break or holiday, the spa city of Bath is never short of things to offer any visitor. Maybe you might like to enjoy seeing the sights of Bath’s many landmarks and attractions, like the Roman Baths, or the prevalent Georgian architecture around the city, like the Royal Crescent and Pulteney...
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Torquay and the English Riviera

Posted by on October 25, 2011
The South Devon coastline has always been a big attraction for visitors from near and far, partly for the areas breathtaking coastal scenery and partly because of its historical heritage. Most visitors head for the South Devon’s “English Riviera”, which is made up on the three coastal towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.
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