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South Yorkshire

A rolling landscape of hills, moorland and valleys contrasts with the industrial heritage of South Yorkshire’s past to provide visitors with a great choice of attractions. Stately homes, gardens and a collection of annual festivals and events deliver a fun filled experience for tourists.

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Worcestershire

Worcestershire in the Midlands includes part of the Malvern Hills, home to the Worcestershire Beacon – the highest point in the county at 425m and borders another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that are the Cotswolds in the South and. In the Heart of England, Worcestershire is easily accessible using the M5 from the major conurbations of Birmingham and Manchester and M40 from London.

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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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