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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is a largely rural county with rolling moorland, valleys, wide open spaces and coastline of outstanding beauty. Packed with history, a Roman past and national parks to explore, visitors can explore the pretty villages, historic castles and stately homes in England’s largest county.

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Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire in the Midlands has traditionally been an important industrial county, built on the large coal reserves of the region. Nottinghamshire is easily accessible using both M1 and A1, with good rail links to most of the country and Robin Hood airport for visitors from further afield. Nottinghamshire’s largely central landlocked position means it is bordered by four other counties including South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.

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Essex

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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