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April 2017: North Kent Coast

Although within easy reach of those leaving London every weekend, the North Kent Coast is more likely to be bypassed by pleasure seekers racing to ...More
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Churchs in Britain...

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Some of Britains most beautiful buildings are churches. There are a huge abundance throughout both cities and the countryside. Dating from every age - Saxon, Norman, Medieval, Tudor, Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian - sometimes the real delight can be stopping the car and spending a few quiet moments inside. Most are open to visit and all to worship in.

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Recommended Books:

A Picture of Britain
A Picture of Britain
Ashes Fever
Ashes Fever
Coast
Coast
Churchill
Churchill

Brit Quote:
Democracy means simply the bludgeoning of the people by the people for the people - Oscar Wilde
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On this day:
Captain Cook lands in Australia - 1770, Women permitted at Oxford University - 1884, Lloyd George’s People’s Budget - 1909, First TV Interview - 1936
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