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Did you know that archaeological evidence suggests that a settlement has been in Cambridge since prehistoric times 😯? Known as the UK’s second city of learning, it’s home to the world-famous Cambridge University, 🎓which was founded in 1209 and welcomes over 21,000 students every year. Cambridge is full of top-notch coffee shops, brilliant bookshops and magical museums for visitors to enjoy, so why not hop on a barge or a bike 🚲 and explore ....
Did you know that the stunning little seaside town that is Staithes was once one of the largest fishing ports 🐟 on the North East coast? Only 10 miles from Whitby, this Yorkshire town is home to beautiful beaches, 🌊 epic coastal walks and filled with lots of local history. Explore this hidden town through winding and cobbled streets while gazing out across the impressive shoreline. From rock pooling and fossil hunting on the small sandy beach,...
Summer has arrived in Hastings🌞! Made famous but the 1066 battle, Hastings remains a popular seaside getaway due to its vast coastline🌊, colourful beach huts and vibrant pier. Found in the South East of England, the town is home to many museums, independent shops and impressive castles, making a great spot for a summer getaway. Ride the east and west hill lifts, learn about the town’s rich history and stroll along the beach with an ice-cream...
One of Norwich’s most famous streets, Elm Hill is often referred to as the most complete medieval street in the city 👌. In 1507 tragedy struck when a major fire 🔥 destroyed most of the area, however fortunately the buildings were promptly rebuilt to their full glory. Now visitors and locals alike can enjoy a beautiful cobbled street with merchant's houses, thatching, individual homes, specialty shops 🛍 and small cafes.☕️...
Golden hour in Stamford 😍 Often referred to as one of the prettiest pockets of England, the Lincolnshire town is occupied by many 17th and 18th-century stone buildings, older timber-framed structures and five medieval parish churches ⛪️providing a unique and traditional charm to the area. Why not pick up a tasty snack at the Cheese Cellar, 🧀 sink an ale at the Tobie Norris pub and immersive yourself in the green oasis that is Town Meadows🍃...
Friday in England means one thing: it’s time to hit the pub 🍻 Dating back to the 1770s, the Coach and Horses is thought to be one of the first properties to be built in Bruton Street, London. Acting as the perfect refuge 😌 from the nearby Bond Street shopping area, the Coach and Horses is easy to find due to its imposing and beautiful mock-Tudor exterior. Inside, the is pub full of traditional features including wooden beams and panelling....
Feel like you’ve stepped back in time at the magical ✨ Corfe Castle railway station. A gem of the Dorset countryside, the station dates back to 1885 and has been able to retains much of its original charm. Filled by wooden floors, coal fires🔥 and traditional waiting rooms, visitors are greeted by the gentle tweeting of birds and the ting of signal bells as the trains steam into view. 🚂 Stop by to discover this time capsule, step inside the...
Inject some colour into your life 🌈. This vibrant street in Folkestone is The Old High Street and is known as a creative hub in Kent. The street is an ancient route connecting the Bayle with the Harbour and Stade, and now acts as the heart of Folkestone's Creative Quarter 🎨 With buildings that colourfully accent the street, the area is home to galleries, artists’ studios and performance spaces 🎭 as well as shops, cafes and restaurants that all...
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