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The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills have been likened to a miniature mountain range. There is a ridge of eight miles, which consists of some of the oldest rocks in the UK, which have a distinctive craggy outline. They have felt the footsteps of some distinguished explorers and Mallory was one that used the Malvern Hills for Mount […]

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The Three Counties Showground

When looking for the perfect place for both outdoor and indoor show, the Three Counties Showground is the place to go. It offers the usual camping and convoy facilities to their customers which draws more crowds to the venue. It is situated in Malvern, Worcestershire and the famous annual agricultural show is held in this […]

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The beautiful Cotswolds region

The region of the Cotswolds was formed by the associated six English counties of Wiltshire, Worcestershire, North East Somerset, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and Bath. These counties cover an area of about seven hundred and ninety square miles around the upper part of the Southwest side of England. It is known as the country’s largest area of […]

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An inscription found in Odda's Chapel from 1056

More about Odda

As promised in our post about Odda’s Chapel, Deerhurst last week, here’s a little more about Odda: (more…)

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