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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

06 October, 1854

Great Fire of Newcastle and Gateshead

An explosion and series of fires killed 53 and injured hundreds of people. The fires began at the Wilson & Sons worsted mill on the Gateshead bank.

Monarch Mayhem

This monarch had the nickname 'Yea-and-Nay' for his frequent about-faces


Ashendon (Self catering)
Orchard Cottage, Ashendon

Orchard Cottage

This lovely cottage in Ashendon sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Amersham (Self catering)
Cherry Tree Cottage, Amersham

Cherry Tree Cottage

Cherry Tree Cottage is a well maintained, comfortable bungalow, in a very quiet rural area. It is situated within a village, in the heart of the Chiltern Hills. …
Sleeps 4

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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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Woburn (Hotel)
Bell Hotel & Inn

Bell Hotel & Inn

Welcome to The Bell Hotel Bar and Restaurant.The Bell Inn at Woburn is a delightful English Country Public House, Restaurant and Hotel which has recently been the subject of much rebuilding work to restore it to its former beauty. The building housing the Pub and Restaurant dates back to the … more >>

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