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Hampshires Top Attractions - A guide to discovering Hampshires Top Attractions

Hampshires Top Attractions - A guide to discovering Hampshires Top Attractions

Hampshire's Top Attractions offers a comprehensive guide to over 30 attractions in Hampshire for great days out for all the family. From theme parks, gardens, historic ships and submarines to animals, science and activities. 

Includes...

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Sussex Top Attractions

Sussex Top Attractions

This Sussex tourism leaflet contains information on over 60 of the regions top attractions along with a map of the area.

The South Downs National Park covers the majority of West Sussex following the chalk Downs through to Beachy...

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Experience Oxfordshire - The Official 2015 Guide

Experience Oxfordshire - The Official 2015 Guide

Visit oxfordshire and discover one of england’s most beautiful counties with oxford, a timeless gem, at its heart, charming cotswold villages and the scenic River thames.

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Experience Oxfordshire - Gardens Guide 2015

Experience Oxfordshire - Gardens Guide 2015

Oxfordshires gardens are a delight for all the senses, whatever the weather and season. Wherever you go in Oxfordshire, you’re never far from lush havens, filled with vibrant colour and fragrance. Famous landscape architects like ‘Capability’...

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Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Architecture Trail

Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Architecture Trail

Within this leaflet you will find some of Oxford's greatest buildings. Many of them owe their existence to the growth of the University of Oxford over 800 years but not all. You will also find fine examples of the city's churches, houses...

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Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Official Guided Walking Tours

Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Official Guided Walking Tours

What better way to visit our beautiful city than joining an Official Guided Walking Tour?

An Official Guided Walking Tour is the best way to explore our beautiful city, its history, University, famous people and odd traditions with...

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Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Public Art Trail

Experience Oxfordshire - Oxford Public Art Trail

The City of Oxford is full of cultural jewels, offering world-renowned art galleries, museums and theatres as well as a rich heritage of breathtaking architecture, all contained within easy reach of the visiting public.

As part of...

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Experience Oxfordshire - The Oxfordshire Cotswolds

Experience Oxfordshire - The Oxfordshire Cotswolds

Visiting the Oxfordshire Cotswolds is to see rural England at its finest: green and rolling hills criss-crossed by dry stone walls, secluded river valleys, ancient woodland and towns and villages built of local honey-coloured stone. It is...

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Visit 1066 Country - 2015 Official Attractions Guide

Visit 1066 Country - 2015 Official Attractions Guide

Home to 2000 years of history and an unspoilt combination of coast and countryside, 1066 Country is the destination you have been dreaming of. Whether you want to be educated, entertained, soothed or stimulated, 1066 Country can provide...

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Visit 1066 Country - 2015 Battle Visitor Guide

Visit 1066 Country - 2015 Battle Visitor Guide

Battle is a town of significant historic importance, the home of the Battle of Hastings, 1066 and the birthplace of modern England. But there’s also an exciting, contemporary side of Battle to discover, one which perfectly complements...

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Visit 1066 Country - Bexhill on Sea The 2015 Guide

Visit 1066 Country - Bexhill on Sea The 2015 Guide

Come and enjoy Bexhill on Sea, a quiet and relaxing seaside town, slightly eccentric, quirky and full of surprises!

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Visit Buckinghamshire - 2015 Visitor Guide

Visit Buckinghamshire - 2015 Visitor Guide

The annual Visitor Guide covers The Vale of Aylesbury, The Chilterns and the Thames Valley and provides all the essential information you need to enjoy visit or stay in Buckinghamshire.

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Visit Canterbury - Visitor Guide 2015

Visit Canterbury - Visitor Guide 2015

Less than an hour’s train journey from London will find you in the historic cathedral city of Canterbury nestled in the beautiful East Kent countryside and nearby picturesque coastline.

Canterbury offers an ideal getaway for...

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Visit Canterbury - Canterbury Top Attractions

Visit Canterbury - Canterbury Top Attractions

Download our PDF guide to top attractions in Canterbury.

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Visit Canterbury - Coastal guide

Visit Canterbury - Coastal guide

Herne Bay and Whitstable

Welcome to the 2014/15 edition of Foreshore Services coastal guide. This guide provides coastal users with useful information about our frontline services and management across the district’s 14.5 miles...

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Visit Canterbury - Coastal Park Herne Bay

Visit Canterbury - Coastal Park Herne Bay

Download our PDF guide to top attractions in Herne Bay.

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Visit Canterbury - Herne Bay Top Attractions

Visit Canterbury - Herne Bay Top Attractions

Download our PDF guide to top attractions in Herne Bay.

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Visit Canterbury - Whitstable Top Attractions

Visit Canterbury - Whitstable Top Attractions

Download our PDF guide to top attractions in Whitstable.

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Visit Rye - 2015 Visitor Guide

Visit Rye - 2015 Visitor Guide

Perched on a hill, the medieval town of Rye is the sort of place you thought existed only in your imagination. Almost suspended in time, Rye's atmosphere and enchanting streets draw visitors with their warm welcome.

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Visit Surrey - Visitor Guide 2015

Visit Surrey - Visitor Guide 2015

Just a stone's throw from London, in England's south east corner, Surrey offers a great diversity of accommodation and things to do as well as mouth watering restaurants, cafes and pubs that cater for all tastes. Historic villages nestle...

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Visit Surrey - Discover Dorking

Visit Surrey - Discover Dorking

Dorking is an easy place to find. The town has three railway stations which provide access to both London Waterloo and London Victoria station in under an hour.

There is also an east-west rail service providing access to Gatwick...

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Visit Surrey - Discover Leatherhead

Visit Surrey - Discover Leatherhead

The picturesque town of Leatherhead is surrounded by greenery and within easy reach of the Surrey Hills. The River Mole is just a few minutes stroll from the town centre ensuring peace and relaxation can be found, if needed, after a busy...

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Visit Surrey - Dorking Heritage Trail

Visit Surrey - Dorking Heritage Trail

Those taking the trails today are following in the footsteps of generations of earlier visitors attracted to the qualities of Dorking.

Dorking’s reputation for fine scenery, an attractive town and good local food has been a...

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Visit Surrey - Leatherhead Heritage Trails

Visit Surrey - Leatherhead Heritage Trails

The Leatherhead Heritage Trail described in this leaflet consists of two trails that can be linked together or walked separately. They provide a guide to the layers of history that make Leatherhead the special place it is today. The places...

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Visit White Cliffs Country - 2015 Visitor Guide

Visit White Cliffs Country - 2015 Visitor Guide

Dover, Deal, Sandwhich

Plan ahead and view our visitor guide. It includes everything you will need to ensure your stay is an enjoyable one.

Whether you're visiting for the day, the weekend or taking a longer...

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Visit White Cliffs Country - Days Out

Visit White Cliffs Country - Days Out

Enjoy a visit to the White Cliffs and our countryside...

Visit fairy tale castles and imposing fortresses by the sea; explore a Roman house or see a real bronze age boat in a high-tech gallery. For a different perspective, sail around...

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Visit Winchester - City Walk

Visit Winchester - City Walk

A tour of King Alfred’s Winchester

King Alfred will be your constant companion on this tour of Winchester’s historic landmarks. You’ll learn about the earlier history of Winchester and how it has...

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Visit Winchester - Cricket

Visit Winchester - Cricket

Trace its evolution in Winchester and Hampshires countryside.

Games akin to cricket have been played on the fields of England since the middle ages, but a game called 'crecket' first appears in 1598. Hampshire’s...

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Visit Winchester - Explorer Map

Visit Winchester - Explorer Map

An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the South Downs National Park, Winchester is England’s ancient capital and the former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines cosmopolitan elegance with the freshness of the...

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Visit Winchester - Jane Austen Trail

Visit Winchester - Jane Austen Trail

Landmarks of the author's life in Hampshire

As the film and television industry continues to delight us with exquisitely shot Jane Austen adaptations, the question of who the woman behind the novels actually was...

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Visit Winchester - Keats Walk

Visit Winchester - Keats Walk

A Winchester walk in the poet's footsteps

The English Romantic poet, John Keats, stayed in Winchester mduring the late summer and early autumn of 1819. Despite being tormented by his love for Fanny Brawne and ill-health,...

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Visit Winchester - Military Trail

Visit Winchester - Military Trail

Trace Winchester's military past from the Iron Age to the Nuclear Age.

Winchester has a rich and varied military history. From mIron Age forts, to Civil War sites, through two World Wars to the completion a Nuclear...

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Visit Winchester - Sunset Walk

Visit Winchester - Sunset Walk

A romantic walk through picturesque Winchester

The ‘Sunset’ walk is a self-guided circular trail of approximately 1¼ miles through the beautiful and historic eastern part of Winchester. Encompassing...

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Visit Winchester - Tudor Trail

Visit Winchester - Tudor Trail

Explore Winchester’s Tudor history and test your knowledge of the period.

Over 500 years ago, in 1485, Henry VII became the first king of the Tudor royal family. The War of the Roses had just ended and this,...

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Visit Winchester - Viaduct Way

Visit Winchester - Viaduct Way

Walk or cycle to Winchester's restored historic railway

Opened in 1891, the Hockley Viaduct was part of the Didcot to Southampton railway. It closed to passengers in 1960, and to freight in 1966 as part of the national...

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Visit Winchester - Visitor trail by wheelchair

Visit Winchester - Visitor trail by wheelchair

Winchester’s pedestrianised streets and extensive dropped kerbs make it especially wheelchair friendly. Winchester City Council and Winchester Shopmobility have devised this trail to help wheelchair users explore the historic city...

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