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British History Quiz

This famous military debacle was immortalized by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, in his poem, The Charge of the Light Brigade


This Day in British History

26 October, 899

Death of Alfred the Great

King Alfred the Great dies, and is succeeded by his son Edward, known to history as Edward the Elder.

Monarch Mayhem

The first 'Windsor' king


Buckingham (Self catering)
Little Thatch, Buckingham

Little Thatch

The cottage has low beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace and a woodburner. Enjoying beautiful large shared gardens with the artist owner's adjoining cottage. Roses around the door and even a little …
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Akeley (Self catering)
Cottage: HCMACOT, Akeley



This detached house was originally built in 1650 and over time has sympathetically extended retaining much charm and character, fabulous countryside and …
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Great Missenden (Hotel)
Missenden Abbey Conference Centre

Missenden Abbey Conference Centre

Missenden Abbey is an exquisite 12th century Abbey in the village of Great Missenden set in beautiful Chiltern countryside. Wireless broadband is available as a free service to our guests. Main line station 5 minutes walk. Free car parking more >>

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Stone (Hotel)
Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa

Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa

Explore Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns ... Hartwell House is a magnificent stately home standing in ninety acres of landscaped parkland and luscious gardens. It has forty-six bedrooms and suites and several elegant and spacious reception rooms with outstanding decorative ceilings and panelling, antique furniture and fine paintings. Hartwell House is … more >>

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