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The Folly at Wimpole Hall was built in 1768 by Capability Brown, to resemble Gothic-era ruins. It was coition by the owner, Philip Yorke, the 2nd Earl of Hardwicke.
The mountains at Dovedale in Derbyshire. Dovedale was formed by the river Dove as it cuts its way through the limestone rocks. Dovedale is part of the Peak District National Park (214 sq miles) that was created in 1951. Stock Photo
Derwent Dame was the practice ground for the ‘Bouncing bomb by 617 Dam buster SQD during World War 2.
In the hills of England dry stone walls are made to divide fields as no hedges will grow in the shallow soil.
ACOL Contract Bridge Hand. With 20 - 22 points and a balanced hand open the bidding 2NT. Stock Photo
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