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…particular person For general tourist information, visitors should consult www.visitengland.com or www.visitbritain.co.uk. Unfortunately it is not possible to include information on opening times, disabled access or other facilities. Wherever possible,…

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London (Central)

…under three outstanding ministers, George Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), Dr Martyn Lloyd Jones (1899-1981) and Dr R.T. Kendall. Campbell Morgan served two periods as pastor, 1904-17 and 1933-43, his earlier ministry…

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Yorkshire (South & West)

…now a James Hudson Taylor Trail to fourteen locations with connections to the pioneer missionary. Taylor’s birthplace was in Cheapside, the main shopping area, where is father had a pharmacy

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Bristol

…the Second World War, Hitler’s bombs did their worst and post-war planners bulldozed much of what was left.  However, pockets of the medieval city survive, and elegant Georgian terraces can…

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Buckinghamshire

…inns, almshouses and wisteria-covered cottages. Replace the cars with carriages and it could be the set for another Jane Austen TV series. Amersham-on-the-Hill is mostly modern and grew up around…

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Staffordshire

…Here on May 31st 1807 was held the first camp meeting of the Primitive Methodists, led by Hugh Bourne (1772-1852) and William Clowes (1780-1851). An inscribed stone near the car…

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Oxfordshire

…for over the thirty years to C. S. Lewis (1898-1963). The house lies at the end of a cul-de-sac now called Lewis Close, off Kiln Lane, and can be visited…

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Nottinghamshire

…road is called the Pilgrim Fathers, but those worthy gentlemen might not have appreciated that kind of immortality.     STURTON-LE-STEEPLE Village sign, Sturton Sturton calls itself The Town on…

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Norfolk

…the North of the city centre is Magdalen Street, with its exotic mixture of Asian restaurants, second-hand shops and ethnic arts emporia. The area has a rather down-at-heel appearance, but…

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London (City)

…for ever above the door.   ST DUNSTAN-IN-THE-WEST St Dunstan-in-the-West On the north side of Fleet Street looking down towards St Paul’s, this impressive church was built between 1831 and…

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