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Who is the patron saint of Scotland?



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This Day in British History

24 May, 1450

Jack Cade's rebellion begins

Cade, an Irish soldier, led men from Kent, Surrey, Sussex,, and Middlesex against Henry VI

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His nickname meant 'ill council'



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Beccles (Self catering)
Moat Cottage, Beccles

Moat Cottage

Entrance hall. Open plan sitting room with wood burning stove doors to patio and garden and well equipped kitchen with dining area. Double bedroom with door to verandah and ensuite …
Sleeps 6

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Woodbridge (Self catering)
The Carpenter's Shop, Woodbridge

The Carpenter's Shop

Sitting room with woodburner well equipped kitchen and dining area. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Open tread stairs to first floor: Galleried landing with sofa bed (for …
Sleeps 6

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Ipswich (Hotel)
Hintlesham Hall

Hintlesham Hall

A Grade 1 listed Elizabethan house which is now an AA 4 red star hotel. Standing in 175 acres of parkland offering attentive and friendly service boasting the associated championship PGA golf course and clubhouse. Widely recognised as one of the loveliest in the UK and Ireland s highest … more >>

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Lavenham (Hotel)
Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

The Swan at Lavenham is one of the most historic hotels in Suffolk (if not in all of England!). The hotel dates to the 14th century, and the building oozes history from every darkened beam. Parts of the hotel once served as a medieval guildhall for Lavenham's wealthy wool merchants, and parts were a 16th century house. Within the charmingly restored interior you will find numerous original features, including an authentic minstrel gallery. more >>

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