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Name the Historic attraction

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British History Quiz

The first uniform postal service, introduced by Rowland Hill, began in 1840, and was called the ...



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This Day in British History

24 February, 1711

Handel's first London opera performed

The Queen's Theatre in Haymarket was the venue for Handel's 'Rinaldo'

Monarch Mayhem

This queen was married at 11 to the Holy Roman Emperor, Henry V



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Lechlade (Self catering)
No 3 Kent Place, Lechlade

No 3 Kent Place

Lechlade is superbly situated for access to the Cotswolds, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Oxford. It is well known for being the highest navigable point of the Thames. It is a village …
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Lechlade (Self catering)
Bull Pen, Lechlade

Bull Pen

This Lechlade holiday cottage, near Cirencester, can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
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Tewkesbury (Hotel)
The Tudor House Hotel

The Tudor House Hotel

Dating back to the 16th century Tudor House Hotel is on the edge of historic Tewkesbury overlooking the River Avon and is part of the RelaxInnz prestige collection. Rich in history the Tudor House features exposed oak beams open fireplaces and an original priests hole. There is also a secret … more >>

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Gloucester (Hotel)
The Little Thatch

The Little Thatch

The Little Thatch Hotel is 3 miles from Gloucester and junction 12 of the M5. The Little Thatch has a restaurant free parking and en suite rooms with TVs. Originally built in 1351 it notes King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn as former guests. The Little Thatch … more >>

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