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This ransom was first paid during the reign of Aethelred the Unready to prevent Danish attack



23 March, 1743

First English performance of Handel's Messiah

During the performance at Covent Garden, George II started the tradition of standing for the 'Hallelujah Chorus'

This king was the son of Richard, Duke of York, and a leader of the Yorkist cause in the Wars of the Roses





Ludgershall (Self catering)
Cottage: HCCLEAR, Ludgershall

Clearbrook Barn

Beautiful detached property located in a charming village with use of a BBQ hut. This delightful property set within 3 acres with a gentle unfenced stream bordering the land makes …
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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 (Hotel)
The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms

Located in the heart of Old Amersham. The hotel dates back to the 15th century, but was recently fully refurbished, extended and re-opened. The hotel offers both executive and deluxe accomodation for the business and leisure traveller. The rooms all have every comfort you would expect, including broadband and LCD … more >>

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Chicheley (Hotel)
De Vere Venues Chicheley Hall

De Vere Venues Chicheley Hall

Be inspired by De Vere Venues Chicheley Hall. Tucked away in 80 acres of beautifully kept grounds Chicheley Hall is a stunning Grade I listed mansion full of the latest business facilities. Regarded as on of the finest examples of the early 18th Century architecture the current hall dating back … more >>

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