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British History Quiz

This Roman road ran from London to Lincoln, and was built immediately after the Roman invasion of 43AD



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This Day in British History

08 December, 1542

Birth of Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary (d. 1582) was born to James V and Mary of Guise. Her father died only 6 days later and she was crowned at the age of nine months.

Monarch Mayhem

This king married Matilda, daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland



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Castor (Self catering)
The Cedar House, Castor

The Cedar House

This detached cottage is located in Castor near Peterborough and can sleep up to twenty people in ten bedrooms.
Sleeps 20

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Isleham (Self catering)
Riverside Lodge, Isleham

Riverside Lodge

Decorated in a clean, modern style, this lovely lodge is able to sleep four people in one ground floor double room and one first floor twin room with a balcony …
Sleeps 4

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St Ives (Hotel)
The Old Ferry Boat

The Old Ferry Boat

The Old Ferry Boat is the oldest inn in England, and its foundations have been dated back to 560AD. The inn overlooks the river Great Ouse, which winds it way around the tiny hamlet of Holywell, Nr St.Ives, Cambridgeshire. In the summer you can relax in our extensive gardens with … more >>

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Wisbech (Hotel)
The Rose & Crown Hotel

The Rose & Crown Hotel

Conveniently located within the hustle and bustle of the thriving town of Wisbech The Rose and Crown Hotel re-opened under new management and after extensive refurbishment in June 2012. The hotel proudly takes centre stage as the jewel in the crown of Market Square and has close links to … more >>

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