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British History Quiz

Elizabeth Talbot (1518-1608), Countess of Shrewsbury, was popularly known as ...



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This Day in British History

16 July, 1377

Richard II crowned

Richard was the son of Edward, the Black Prince, and succeeded his grandfather, Edward III

Monarch Mayhem

He was killed by his stepmother to put his half-brother on the throne



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Ely (Self catering)
Kestral, Ely

Kestral

Detached property set within its own garden. Very comfortable sitting room with patio doors to terrace and garden. Spacious kitchen with breakfast area. Dining room. Master double bedroom with 5' …
Sleeps 8

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Alwalton (Self catering)
14 Church Street, Alwalton

14 Church Street

This semi detached cottage is located in the village of Alwalton near Peterborough and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 5

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St Ives (Hotel)
The Old Ferry Boat

The Old Ferry Boat

The Old Ferry Boat is the oldest inn in England, and its foundations have been dated back to 560AD. The inn overlooks the river Great Ouse, which winds it way around the tiny hamlet of Holywell, Nr St.Ives, Cambridgeshire. In the summer you can relax in our extensive gardens with … more >>

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Wisbech (Hotel)
The Rose & Crown Hotel

The Rose & Crown Hotel

Conveniently located within the hustle and bustle of the thriving town of Wisbech The Rose and Crown Hotel re-opened under new management and after extensive refurbishment in June 2012. The hotel proudly takes centre stage as the jewel in the crown of Market Square and has close links to … more >>

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