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British History Quiz

The first major battle of the English Civil War was fought 23 October 1642



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This Day in British History

22 July, 1298

Battle of Falkirk

Edward I defeates Scots under William Wallace. Wallace forced to flee Scotland

Monarch Mayhem

The eldest son of Queen Victoria, he ruled after her death in 1901



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Yorkley (Self catering)
The Stable @ Rose Cottage, Yorkley

The Stable @ Rose Cottage

This superb all ground floor barn conversion is situated close to the village of Yorkley and the Royal Forest of Dean and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Barnsley (Self catering)
Greyhound Farm House, Barnsley

Greyhound Farm House

This delightful, Grade II listed cottage lies in Barnsley, in the Cotswold countryside, just four miles from the ancient Roman town of Cirencester and can sleep sixteen people in eight …
Sleeps 16

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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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