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Chichester Castle

Chichester Castle stood in the city of the same name in West Sussex. Shortly after the Norman Conquest of England, Roger de Montgomery, ordered the construction of a castle at Chichester. The castle at Chichester was one of 11 fortified sites to ...

                                               

Holy Trinity Church, Coventry

Holy Trinity Church, Coventry, is a parish church of the Church of England in Coventry City Centre, West Midlands, England. Above the chancel arch is an impressive Doom wall-painting.

                                               

The Wave, Coventry

The Wave is an indoor water park situated in Coventry in the West Midlands, United Kingdom. The water park currently holds the record for the largest wave pool in the UK, at a capacity of 20 million litres. The park also contains a lazy river, a ...

                                               

Parks in Coventry

                                               

Barnsdale

Barnsdale, or Barnsdale Forest, is an area of South Yorkshire, England. The area falls within the Whitley Ward of the Wakefield Metropolitan Council. Barnsdale is historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Barnsdale lies in the immediate ...

                                               

Earth Centre, Doncaster

The Earth Centre, Doncaster was a large-scale visitor attraction which was established to provide both education and entertainment around environmental issues and sustainable practises. It was located on a 400-acre former colliery site in Conisbr ...

                                               

Hatfield Manor House

Hatfield Manor House is a remodelled 18th century Grade-I listed manor house in the village of Hatfield near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, which is based on an originally 12th century building. The building is constructed of roughcast ashlar and br ...

                                               

Highfields Lake

Highfields Lake is an ornamental lake in the Woodlands wildlife park at Highfields, north of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. It is filled by the Pick Burn, which then flows on to join the River Don as Bentley Mill Stream. The lake was origin ...

                                               

Barnfield Theatre

The Barnfield Theatre is a theatre in Exeter, England, located near the centre of the city on Barnfield Road, Southernhay. It was originally built as the Barnfield Hall near the end of the 19th century by Exeter Literary Society, and was converte ...

                                               

New Theatre (Exeter)

                                               

Rougemont Gardens

Rougemont Gardens is an ornamental open space adjacent to Rougemont Castle in the city of Exeter, Devon, England. It is Grade II listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. Originally part of the defences of the castle, it was ...

                                               

Nidd Gorge

Nidd Gorge makes up a section of the River Nidd in North Yorkshire, England, in which the river enters a deep ravine with sheer, tree covered valley sides. The river as a whole flows from its source near Great Whernside in Nidderdale, to its conf ...

                                               

The Stray (Harrogate)

The Stray is a long area of public parkland in the centre of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, comprising 200 acres of contiguous open land linking the spa towns curative springs and wells. The contiguous area of land, not all of which is officially de ...

                                               

Churches in Harrogate

                                               

Princes Quay

Princes Quay is a shopping centre in the heart of Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The centre is unusual in that it is built on stilts over Princes Dock after which it is named. It was opened in 1991.

                                               

The Dukes (Lancaster)

The Dukes is a theatre in Lancaster, England. It is the countys only producing theatre venue, and is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation. As well as producing two theatre productions each year, it also hosts a varied programme ...

                                               

Churches in Lancaster, Lancashire

                                               

Parks and commons in Lancaster, Lancashire

                                               

Churches in Leeds

                                               

Tourist attractions in London by borough

                                               

Nature reserves in London

                                               

Corn Exchange, Manchester

Corn Exchange, Manchester is a grade II listed building in Manchester, England. The building was originally used as a corn exchange and was previously named the Corn & Produce Exchange, and subsequently The Triangle. Following the IRA bomb in 199 ...

                                               

Gorton Monastery

The Church and Friary of St Francis, known locally as Gorton Monastery, is a 19th-century former Franciscan friary in Gorton, Manchester, England. The Franciscans arrived in Gorton in December 1861 and built their friary between 1863 and 1867. Mo ...

                                               

New Cathedral Street

New Cathedral Street is a pedestrianised retail street in Manchester city centre, England. It runs between Exchange Square and Exchange Street. The street is home to the Manchester branch of Marks and Spencer and Selfridges, and Harvey Nichols, t ...

                                               

Listed buildings in Manchester

                                               

Greys Monument

Greys Monument is a Grade I listed monument to Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey built in 1838 in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It was erected to acclaim Earl Grey for the passing of the Great Reform Act of 1832 and stands at the head of ...

                                               

Northumberland Street

Northumberland Street is a major shopping street in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England. It is home to a wide range of different retailers, banks and cafes, and in terms of rental per square foot, Northumberland Street i ...

                                               

Shearers Bar

Shearers Bar is the former name of a sports bar owned by Newcastle United and forming part of St James Park, the teams stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It was named in honour of the clubs all-time top scorer, Alan Shearer. The bar was ren ...

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Newcastle upon Tyne

                                               

Norwich 12

Norwich 12 was an initiative by Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust to develop 12 of Norwichs most iconic buildings into an integrated family of heritage attractions to act as an international showcase of English urban and cultural d ...

                                               

Norwich Cinema City

Cinema City is a Grade I listed cultural cinema in the city of Norwich in Norfolk, England. The building is owned by Norwich City Council and the site is managed by the charity Cinema City Ltd, charity number 288309. Commercial activities - film ...

                                               

Flying Horse Walk

The Flying Horse Walk is a shopping arcade located at the heart of Nottingham City Centre in Nottingham, England. The arcade houses a variety of fashion boutiques and other retailers. It is situated just off the citys Old Market Square on The Pou ...

                                               

The Screen Room

The Screen Room was a 21-seat arthouse cinema in the Hockley Village area of Nottingham, England. The combination of a single screen and 21 person capacity led to it describing itself as "the worlds smallest cinema", beating one in Australia whic ...

                                               

Churches in Nottingham

                                               

Castleshaw Roman Fort

Castleshaw Roman fort was a castellum in the Roman province of Britannia. Although there is no evidence to substantiate the claim, it has been suggested that Castleshaw Roman fort is the site of Rigodunum, a Brigantian settlement. The remains of ...

                                               

Barbican, Plymouth

The Barbican is the name given to the western and northern sides of Sutton Harbour, the original harbour of Plymouth in Devon, England. It was one of the few parts of the city to escape most of the destruction of The Blitz during the Second World ...

                                               

Plymouth Hoe

Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth So ...

                                               

Sutton Harbour

Sutton Harbour, formerly known as Sutton Pool, is the original port of the City of Plymouth in Devon, England. It is still a busy fishing port and marina and is bounded on one side by the historic Barbican district. It is famous as the last depar ...

                                               

Alexandra Park, Poole

Alexandra Park is a small public open space set within the densely urbanised area of Parkstone in Poole, on the south coast of England. Its former bowling green and pavilion was home to Alexandra Park Lawn Bowls Club, established in the 1920s. Th ...

                                               

Poole Park

Poole Park is an urban park adjacent to Poole Harbour in Poole, Dorset, England. The park was opened during the Victorian era and has remained popular with visitors ever since. It is open all year round and hosts a number of events.

                                               

Upton House, Dorset

Upton House is a country house in the grounds of Upton Country Park on the northwestern shoreline of Holes Bay in the county of Dorset on the south coast of England. It is owned by BCP Council.

                                               

Museums in Poole

                                               

The Bridge Shopping Centre (Portsmouth)

The Bridge Shopping Centre is a small shopping centre that has been trading in Portsmouth since the 1980s on the site of the former Co-Op department store. The centre is dominated by a large Asda Supermarket and contains over 22 shop units. The c ...

                                               

Cascades Shopping Centre

Cascades Shopping Centre is an enclosed shopping centre in the city centre of Portsmouth on the South Coast of England. It has a wide range of High Street retailers, and its own multi-storey car park connecting straight into the malls by lifts an ...

                                               

Round Tower (Portsmouth)

In the 1490s the tower was rebuilt in stone. In the 1680s a line of ramparts was added that connected the tower to the square tower. The upper section was later rebuilt during the Napoleonic wars. Between 1847 and 1850 the roof of the tower was m ...

                                               

Forts in Portsmouth

                                               

Religious buildings in Portsmouth

                                               

Friar Street, Reading

Friar Street is a thoroughfare in the English town of Reading. It runs parallel to Broad Street, connected by Union Street, Queen Victoria Street and Cross Street. At the western end is the Greyfriars Church and at the eastern end are the Town Ha ...

                                               

Queen Victoria Street, Reading

Queen Victoria Street is a pedestrianised thoroughfare in the English town of Reading, Berkshire. It connects Broad Street with Friar Street and Station Road.

                                               

Piethorne Reservoir

Piethorne Reservoir is the largest of several reservoirs in the Piethorne Valley above Newhey, by Milnrow, in the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England. It was built between 1858 and 1868. During excavations at Piethorne i ...

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