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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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Merseyside

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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East Sussex

East Sussex on the south east coast, is easily accessible from London by road and rail and offers a mixture of coastline, chalky hills and rolling downs including the Weald. East Sussex is bordered by Surrey, Kent, West Sussex and the English Channel where the coast offers panoramic views of the sea, with the famous sheer cliffs of Beachy Head, 162 metres high, part of the rugged cliff formation. East Sussex’s coast has been the scene of many invasions and the historic castles including Bodiam, Pevensey, Herstmonceux, Lewes reflect the battles of the past. Elsewhere on the coast you will find the defensive Martello towers and the Eastbourne Redoubt.

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