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Lavenham parish church, in Suffolk was built in the fifteenth century and is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul. Stock Photo
Plymouth Hoe in Devon, England, where Francis Drake played bowls as the invading Spanish Armada approached.
Mumbles 19th century Victorian pier is 225 metres long and when built, was the way for holiday makers to arive in style by ships from Swansea.
St Davids Cathedral in Pembrokeshire, Wales holds the tomb of Edmund Tuder the father of the first Tuder King of England and Wales.
A carpet of bluebells spreads through the woodland at Springtime in Staffordshire England. Stock Photo
The Ross Fountain was made in Paris in 1862 and stands in the gardens below Edinburgh Castle in Scotland.
The Spanish Imperial Eagle is an endangered species, found mainly in Spain but also in Portugal and Morroco. Stock Photo
The church at Frampton on Severn in Gloucestershire, England, is situated at the edge of the village. Stock Photo
The cliffs of Cheddar Gorge in the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England are limestone and around 500 feet high. Stock Photo
A canal narrow boat passes an abandoned pottery factory on the Trent and Mersey canal at Longport, Stoke on Trent in England.
The road at Winnats Pass in Derbyshire England is with its twenty eight percent gradient unsuitable for large vehicles.
Burford Parish Church is a wonderful example of church architecture and is dedicated to Saint John the Baptist.
The Nicholson monument in Leek Staffordshire is the UKs tallest and finest memorial to service men and women who fell in wartime.
The present Blickling Hall was built in the 17th century on the site of an earlier dwelling where Anne Boleyn, mother of Elizabeth the first was born
During the mating season the female Atlantic Grey Seals often encourage the males to mate. Stock Photo
Burford is a small medieval town in the Cotswolds, of about 1000 people with a fine bridge over the river Windrush. Stock Photo
Ramshaw Rocks in Staffordshire, England marks the Southern end of the Pennines, and is part of the Peak Distrct National Park.
This fine display of Astilbe plants is at Holehead Garden near Windermere, the home of the Lakeland Horticultural Society. Stock Photo
The rocky outcrop at the southern end of the Pennines is in Staffordshire England and this area is named Ramshaw Rocks.
Almwch harbour on Anglesey in Wales was the worlds largest exporter of sulpher and copper about 200 years ago.
The countryside near the Staffordshire, Cheshire border in England, although not dramatic is one of the most attractive areas anywhere.
Gold hill in Shaftesbury has a very attractive appearance, with its many quaint old cottages. Stock Photo
The Kirkstone Pass descends steeply towards Brothers Water in the Lake District in Cumbria, England.
The gardens allong the sea front at Clacton on Sea in Essex, England are very attractive. Stock Photo
More common in Southern Europe, Little Egrets can now be found further North. These were photographed in Gwynedd North Wales, UK.
This is a male Chaffinch. The Chaffinch can be seen throughout Europe and likes to nest in woodland.
The Jodrell Bank radio telescope, now over 50 years old. When it was built it was the Worlds largest.
St Marys church in Stoke-by-Nayland dates from the 15th century, and was used in some of John Constables paintings to enhance the picture.
The village of Woodbastwick in Norfolk England is very attractive, some might say chocolate box pretty, and well worth a visit Stock Photo
The Abraham Darby rose has blooms that have shades of pink, apricot and yellow and can grow up to about five feet tall.
A view of St Edmundsbury Cathedral viewed from the Abbey gardens at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, England.
A male and a female Atlantic Grey Seal get together during the mating season at Donna Nook in Lincolnshire, England
Horatio Nelson was one of Britains most heroic leaders. This statue stands near to Norwich Cathedral in his home county of Norfolk.
A male and female Northern Gannet together on Bass Rock, which is in the Firth of forth, Scotland. Stock Photo
Winnats Pass in the Peak District National Park is a dramatic feature in Derbyshire, England. Stock Photo
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