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British History Quiz

This Chancellor of England was named Archbishop of Canterbury by Richard II, who then banished him. He returned when Henry IV deposed Richard.



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This Day in British History

21 April, 1509

Death of Henry VII

Henry's death at Richmond Palace allowed the Prince of Wales to take the throne as Henry VIII

Monarch Mayhem

Who died after eating a meal of lampreys - against his doctor's orders



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Titchfield (Self catering)
Rabbit's Warren, Titchfield

Rabbit's Warren

This luxury, contemporary cottage is situated near Titchfield in the South of England and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
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Lymington (Self catering)
No. 9 The White House, Lymington

No. 9 The White House

The White House is a listed building situated on the sea front at Milford-on-Sea. Now converted into 14 luxury apartments the White House is No. 9 and is situated on …
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Brockenhurst (Hotel)
New Park Manor - A Von Essen Hotel

New Park Manor - A Von Essen Hotel

The New Forest, Britains newest National Park, was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 as a hunting area. In 1666, King Charles II made New Park Manor, in the heart of this ancient forest, his favourite hunting lodge on his return from exile in France, and his royal coat … more >>

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Alresford (Hotel)
The Woolpack Country Inn

The Woolpack Country Inn

The Woolpack Inn in Totford, Hampshire, has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and the proud new owners of this Grade 1 listed, picturesque pub, Brian and Jarina Ahearn, look forward to welcoming you. The Woolpack Inn is within easy reach of Alresford, Basingstoke, Winchester and Southampton. more >>

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