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My town of the week – New Alresford

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My town of the week – New Alresford

Town: Alresford County: Hampshire Alresford has it all, history, beauty and a unique trade of its own! Famous for its watercress trade, holding a festival each spring! What I love about Alresford is the beauty of nature mixed in with the trade of the town. In the distance over the river Alre you can see […]

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Bewdley

Town: Bewdley County: Worcestershire   Beautiful is the word to describe the town of Bewdley, as it was called Beaulieu in medieval times. I enjoyed seeing how the merchant history of this town shapes the buildings and structures that you can see, and gives Bewdley a uniqueness that is worth visiting.   As I had […]

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My Town of the Week – Saffron Walden

Walking the streets of this first town is a walk through time. The historical beauty can be seen through a transformation spreading over 1000 years! The town itself is nearing 2000 years old and is well worth a visit. The name Saffron Walden comes from the prosperity of the nearby saffron farming in the 1300s. […]

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Protecting the London Skyline

Have you ever wondered why the Cheese Grater is shaped, as a Cheese Grater? It’s true that this unique shape makes it more iconic then if bit had the shape of a square pillar, but there is more afoot then you realise.  If you are into urban planning, you should already know it is usually […]

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The Great Fire of London

On Sunday 2nd September 2016, London commemorated the 350 year anniversary of the Great Fire of London. The fire itself was significant, due to the remarkable size, and the lack of control held over it. But, the events that occurred at the beginning of September 1666, would also change London as a city. The story […]

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Sculpture in the City

When walking the streets of the City of London, a visitor or resident can spot on their day to day travels, sculptures in different street corners. Each sculpture holding its own unique story, and I want to share some of these with you. ‘Sculpture in the City’ started in 2011, and is now in its […]

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Trailtale latest update: new features

TrailTale Explore is here. Open you app and explore all those interesting attraction around you. Currently only in Central London, but new points are added every day. Interested in specific type of attraction? open the selection pane, select the categories of attraction you want to see and let TrailTale reveal those to you. Walk, and […]

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