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Weald Moors

The Weald Moors are located in the ceremonial county of Shropshire north of Telford, stretching from north and west of the town of Newport towards Wellington, with the village of Kynnersley lying roughly at their centre.

                                               

Extremities of Shropshire

                                               

Geography of Newport, Shropshire

                                               

Places formerly in Shropshire

                                               

Geography of Somerset

The county of Somerset is in South West England, bordered by the Bristol Channel and the counties of Bristol and Gloucestershire to the north, and Wiltshire to the east, Dorset to the south, and Devon to the west. The climate, influenced by its p ...

                                               

Bishopswood Meadows

Bishopswood Meadows is a nature reserve situated within the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the county of Somerset, England. The reserve comprises five fields totalling 9.3 hectares ; all of the fields are on a gentle north- ...

                                               

Geology of Somerset

Somerset is a rural county in the southwest of England, covering 4.171 square kilometres. It is bounded on the north-west by the Bristol Channel, on the north by Bristol and Gloucestershire, on the north-east by Wiltshire, on the south-east by Do ...

                                               

Geology of Somerset

                                               

Places formerly in Somerset

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley

                                               

Geography of the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster

                                               

Parks and open spaces in South Yorkshire

                                               

Tillington, Staffordshire

Tillington is an ancient geographic district about 1½ miles north of Stafford town centre, in the county of Staffordshire, England. Essentially, the district lies within a triangle formed by Eccleshall Road, Stone Road and Crab Lane that narrows ...

                                               

Areas of Stoke-on-Trent

                                               

Geology of Staffordshire

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Staffordshire

                                               

Rough Sands

                                               

Downlands Countryside Management Project

The Downlands Countryside Management Project established in 1988 is a partnership between six London and Surrey local authorities set up to manage an area of countryside of 130 km² across the south of Outer London. The main aims are the managemen ...

                                               

Weybridge Heath

Weybridge Heath is a part of Weybridge common, in South East England. The Heath comprises 47 acres 190.200 square metres of lowland heathland that runs from the deep cutting of the South Western Main Line railway eastwards to Cobbetts Hill. To th ...

                                               

Pelaw

Pelaw is a residential area in Gateshead, located around 3.5 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne, 11 miles from Sunderland, and 17 miles from Durham. In 2011, Census data for the Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council ward of Heworth and Pelaw recorde ...

                                               

Geography of Newcastle upon Tyne

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Tyne and Wear

                                               

Arden, Warwickshire

Arden is an area, located mainly in Warwickshire, England, and also part of Staffordshire and Worcestershire traditionally regarded as extending from the River Avon to the River Tame. It was once heavily wooded, giving rise to the name Forest of ...

                                               

Environment of Warwickshire

                                               

Geology of Warwickshire

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Warwickshire

                                               

Geology of the West Midlands (county)

                                               

Compton Down, Compton

Compton Down is an extent of high ground near Compton, West Sussex where there was an Admiralty semaphore station. The semaphore station was built at Compton Down in 1821 and it operated on the semaphore line from London to Portsmouth between 182 ...

                                               

Geology of West Sussex

The geology of West Sussex in southeast England comprises a succession of sedimentary rocks of Cretaceous age overlain in the south by sediments of Palaeogene age. The sequence of strata from both periods consists of a variety of sandstones, muds ...

                                               

Worthing Downland Estate

The Worthing Downland Estate, Worthing Downs or Worthing Downland, is an area of land in the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, England, close to the town of Worthing. It was bought by the public, following threats to the beauty spot of Ci ...

                                               

Parks and open spaces in West Sussex

                                               

Geography of the City of Bradford

                                               

Geography of Calderdale

                                               

Civil parishes in West Yorkshire

                                               

Geography of Kirklees

                                               

Geography of Leeds

                                               

Parks and open spaces in West Yorkshire

                                               

Geography of the City of Wakefield

                                               

Cottles Park

                                               

Civil parishes in Wiltshire

                                               

Geology of Wiltshire

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Wiltshire

                                               

Places formerly in Wiltshire

                                               

Geography of Salisbury

                                               

Malvern Link

Malvern Link is an area of Malvern, Worcestershire, England to the north and east of Great Malvern. The centres of Malvern Link and Great Malvern are separated by Link Common, an area of open land that is statutorily protected by the Malvern Hill ...

                                               

North Malvern

North Malvern is a suburb of Malvern, Worcestershire, England. It nestles on the northern slopes of the Malvern Hills. It is a contiguous urban extension of Link Top, and other neighbouring centres of population are Great Malvern, Malvern Link, W ...

                                               

Parks and open spaces in Worcestershire

                                               

Cromar

Cromar is an area in Aberdeenshire, north east Scotland thirty miles inland from Aberdeen. It is also known as the Howe of Cromar. Surrounded by a sweep of hills, dominated by Morven 871m 2858 feet, this lower lying area is a mixture of farming, ...

                                               

Places and place names on Mar Lodge Estate

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