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  1. KevCamb

    KevCamb

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    East Anglia


    National Trust - Wimpole Estate... grounds, ruined keep, main house, walled gardens, etc

    https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wimpole-estate

    Arrington SG8 0BW


    National Trust - Anglesey Abbey... grounds, gardens, tree lines, water mill, etc

    https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/anglesey-abbey-gardens-and-lode-mill

    Cambridge CB25 9EJ


    National Trust - Wicken Fen

    https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wicken-fen-nature-reserve

    Wicken, Ely CB7 5XP


    Norfolk Coast...

    Holkham Estate

    http://www.holkham.co.uk/

    Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1AB


    If you do visit Holkham Estate and Beach drive East along the coast (5mins) to "Wells Next The Sea" or visit Holkham beach and walk across beach or nature reserve to Wells Next The Sea... beautiful beach huts

    https://www.wells-guide.co.uk/
     
  2. Gredd

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    Anyone got any information on NON touristy places in the south east? That would be great :)
     
  3. Liz Reeve

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    South Yorkshire - The Don Gorge at Lower Sprotborough
    Three miles outside Doncaster on the River Don:
    Woodlands; Nature Reserve: Fish Pass; Trans-Pennine Trail; cycling; birdwatching; dog-walking. What more could you want? Oh yes, a pub: The Boat Inn.
    What could be better?
     
  4. ecoleman

    ecoleman

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    Actually Portmeirion costs £12 per adult and don't take your dog.
     
  5. hunny_beanz

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    Is there anything within public transport distance burnley area?
    I grew up over the border in the pennines so done to death, spent nearly every flippin weekend at towneley Hall, and the singing ringing tree isnt my cup of tea at all.
    Desperate to find new groups, but limited to public transport :(
     
  6. d00d

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    London - Paddington

    http://merchantsquare.co.uk/ close to the station, maybe worth a visit if coming up to london from the west by train.
     
  7. susiejb

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    Godrevey Lighthouse ....National Trust near Hayle/St Ives, if you’re lucky you’ll see lots of seals down on the beach.
     

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