Historic Towns and Villages in Gloucestershire

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British History Quiz

This Celtic saint began his career as a simple shepherd boy. He entred the monastery of Melrose in 651 and in 664 became prior of Lindisfarne



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This Day in British History

20 November, 869

Death of St Edmund

A Danish force under Ivar defeated and killed Edmund, king of the East Angles, at Hoxne, Suffolk. Edmund was later sanctified as St Edmund. His death is a frequent theme in medieval wall paintings, where he is represented tied to a stake, while Danish archers shoot at him.

Monarch Mayhem

Which of the following was NOT married to Henry VIII?



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Duntisbourne Abbots (Self catering)
The Long Barn, Duntisbourne Abbots

The Long Barn

This beautifully presented 17th century barn conversion is situated in the heart of the village of Duntisbourne Abbots in the Cotswolds an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and can sleep …
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Berkeley (Self catering)
Cottage: HCAPRIB, Berkeley

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DETACHED BARN ON CATTLE FARM WITH HORSES, HENS AND TENNIS COURT

This immaculate spacious barn, situated on a Hereford beef cattle suckler farm, sits opposite the owners’ farmhouse yet has plenty of …
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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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