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Geology of Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is one of the most geologically and scenically diverse counties in England, with rocks from the Precambrian through to the Jurassic represented. These varying rock-types are responsible for the three major areas of the county, eac ...

                                               

Civil parishes in Gloucestershire

                                               

Environment of Gloucestershire

                                               

Geology of Gloucestershire

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Gloucestershire

                                               

Geography of Greater Manchester

The geography of Greater Manchester is dominated by one of the United Kingdoms largest metropolitan areas, and in this capacity the landlocked metropolitan county constitutes one of the most urbanised and densely populated areas of the country. T ...

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury

                                               

Civil parishes in Greater Manchester

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Greater Manchester

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale

                                               

Geography of Salford

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport

                                               

Geography of Tameside

                                               

Geography of Trafford

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan

                                               

Horsea Island

Horsea Island was an island located off the northern shore of Portsmouth Harbour, England; gradually subsumed by reclamation, it is now connected to the mainland. Horsea falls within the city of Portsmouth and was wholly owned by the Ministry of ...

                                               

Kimpton Down

                                               

South Hampshire Plan

The South Hampshire Plan was a co-ordinated housing plan instigated in the 1960s in the southern portion of the English county of Hampshire. It was drawn up to encourage growth in the area between Southampton and Portsmouth, which would allow for ...

                                               

Western Weald

The western Weald is an area of undulating countryside in Hampshire and West Sussex containing a mixture of woodland and heathland areas. It lies to the south of the towns of Bordon, Haslemere and Rake and to the west of the town of Pulborough. I ...

                                               

Civil parishes in Hampshire

                                               

Geology of Hampshire

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Hampshire

                                               

Geography of Southampton

                                               

Archenfield

Archenfield is the historic English name for an area of southern and western Herefordshire in England. Since the Anglo-Saxons took over the region in the 8th century, it has stretched between the River Monnow and River Wye, but it derives from th ...

                                               

The Doward

The Doward, is an area in the parish of Whitchurch in south Herefordshire, England, consisting of the hills of Little Doward and Great Doward and extensive woodland. It is within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the border wi ...

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Herefordshire

                                               

Places formerly in Herefordshire

                                               

Monkswood

Monkswood is a small residential area in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England. The area contains around 300 houses and flats and the population is about 500. The Monks Walk School, Shoplands shopping parade and Welwyn Garden City Cricket Cl ...

                                               

Symonds Green

Symonds Green is a neighbourhood within the English new town of Stevenage in Hertfordshire. Although predominantly a residential area with a mixture of public-sector, charitable and private housing dating mostly from the 1970s, the open common la ...

                                               

Geology of Hertfordshire

                                               

Geography of Hertford

                                               

Geography of Three Rivers District

                                               

Geography of Kent

Kent is the south-easternmost county in England. It is bounded on the north by the River Thames and the North Sea, and on the south by the Straits of Dover and the English Channel. The continent of Europe is 21 miles across the straits. The major ...

                                               

Medway Gap

The Medway Gap is a topographic feature in Medway near Rochester in South East England. It was created when the prehistoric River Medway cut through line of chalk hills now known as the North Downs; other rivers such as the Darent and the Stour h ...

                                               

The Pantiles

The Pantiles is a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. Formerly known as The Walks and the Parade, it leads from the well that gave the town its name. The area was created following the discovery of a chalybeate ...

                                               

Geology of Kent

                                               

Geology of Lancashire

This article covers the modern ceremonial county of Lancashire which includes the boroughs of Blackpool and Blackburn with Darwen but not those southern parts of the historic county of Lancashire which have since 1974 formed a part of the countie ...

                                               

South Lancashire

South Lancashire is a geographical county area, used to indicate the southern part of the historic county of Lancashire, today without any administrative purpose. The county region has no exact boundaries but generally includes areas that form th ...

                                               

Environment of Lancashire

                                               

Geography of the Borough of Fylde

                                               

Geography of Blackburn with Darwen

                                               

Geography of Burnley

                                               

Geography of Chorley

                                               

Geography of Hyndburn

                                               

Geography of the Borough of Pendle

                                               

Geography of Preston

                                               

Geography of Ribble Valley

                                               

Geography of the Borough of Rossendale

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