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Essex, directly north east of London, borders Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Kent and Cambridgeshire. A real mixture of a county; 350 miles of coastline – the longest of any county in England, farmland, estuaries and pretty medieval towns and villages provide Essex with a variety of countryside – all within close proximity of London.

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Shropshire or Salop, is a border county between England and Wales easily accessible from London and Birmingham by road and rail. The River Severn runs through Shropshire and into the Ironbridge Gorge, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and a UNESCO world heritage site, The Severn Valley offers spectacular scenery, walking and cycling opportunities. The Ironbridge area is part of Shropshire’s industrial heritage which remains important today as part of the county’s tourism industry with various museums and industrial attractions.

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Merseyside combines coastlines and peaceful seaside villages against the backdrop of a vibrant city centre where you will find its historic art and music scene very much alive and array of architecture across the city’s landmark buildings.

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