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Churches in Merseyside


Churches in Norfolk


Churches in Northamptonshire


Churches in Northumberland


Churches in Nottinghamshire


Churches in Rutland


Churches in Shropshire


Churches in Staffordshire


Churches in Suffolk


Churches in Surrey


Churches in Sussex


Churches in East Sussex


Churches in West Sussex


Churches in Tyne and Wear


Churches in Warwickshire


Churches in the West Midlands (county)


Churches in Wiltshire


Churches in Yorkshire


Churches in the East Riding of Yorkshire


Churches in North Yorkshire


Churches in South Yorkshire


Churches in West Yorkshire


Burleigh Court Conference Centre and Hotel

Burleigh Court Conference Centre and Hotel is a four-star hotel and conference centre located on Loughborough University campus. Opened in April 1991, Burleigh Court Conference Centre and Hotel has 225 bedrooms and 26 meeting rooms.


Hayes Conference Centre

The Hayes Conference Centre is a group of buildings in Swanwick, UK which are used for conferences and other functions. The building which now houses the centres reception and main social areas was built in the 1850s as a private residence and na ...


Holywell Park Conference Centre

Holywell Park Conference Centre is modern conference facility located on Loughborough University Campus offering 300 m2 of exhibition space and accommodating up to 450 people. It was officially opened in April 2004 by The Duke of Edinburgh.


Kent Showground

The Kent Showground, formerly known as the Kent County Showground is an area of land in Detling, Kent, England, north of the county town of Maidstone. Stretching along the north side of the A249 from the top of Detling Hill on land that formerly ...


Stone Castle

Stone Castle is a castle at Stone, near Bluewater in Kent, England. It was built between 1135 and 1140 on the site where William the Conqueror signed a treaty with the men of Kent in 1067.


Forts in England by location


Chatham Vase

The Chatham Vase is a stone sculpture by John Bacon commissioned as a memorial to William Pitt the Elder by his wife, Hester, Countess of Chatham. It was originally erected at their house in Burton Pynsent in 1781. It was subsequently moved to St ...


Grade II* listed war memorials in England

There are 136 Grade II* listed war memorials in England, out of over 4.000 listed war memorials. In the United Kingdom, a listed building is a building or structure of special historical or architectural importance; listing offers the building le ...


Monumental columns in England


Statues in England


Monuments and memorials in Bedfordshire


Monuments and memorials in Berkshire


Monuments and memorials in Buckinghamshire


Monuments and memorials in Cambridgeshire


Monuments and memorials in Cheshire


Monuments and memorials in County Durham


Monuments and memorials in Cumbria


Monuments and memorials in Derbyshire


Monuments and memorials in Devon


Monuments and memorials in Dorset


Monuments and memorials in East Sussex


Monuments and memorials in Essex


Monuments and memorials in Gloucestershire


Monuments and memorials in Greater Manchester


Monuments and memorials in Hampshire


Monuments and memorials in Hertfordshire


Monuments and memorials in Kent


Monuments and memorials in Lancashire

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