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Summer in Southside

Summer in Southside Southside Birmingham Admission Free Another full filled weekend in Birmingham. Summer in Southside is an annual event, where the streets of Southside are turned into a play ground for all children and young at heart. This years … Continue reading

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Bryntail Lead Mine Buildings

Bryntail Lead Mine Buildings At foot of Clywedog dam, off B4518, 3m (4.8km) NW of Llanidloes Admission Free Western Shaft lies beneath Llyn Clywedog reservoir, built to control flooding on the upper Severn. The site opened in 1708 and  operated … Continue reading

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The Shakespeare Garden

Shakespeare Garden Adkins Lane, Bearwood, Smethwick, B67 5DP Admission Free The Shakespeare Garden was established in 1915 within lightwoods house’s former walled gardens. The house was thought to have been built by Jonathan Grundy in 1791, but a brick in … Continue reading

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Mundesley to Walcott

Mundesley to Walcott Around 4 mile This walk was originally meant to be to Happisburgh 6 mile, but hubby developed a rather big blister and we had to walk back, (no buses on a Saturday), so we called it a … Continue reading

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Mundesley to Cromer Coastal Walk

This is a lovely gentle walk of 10 mile. This walk can be done along the beach if the tide is out or a mix of beach and cliff top. It’s a straight walk along the beach. But as we … Continue reading

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St Julian

The Rectory 8 Kilderkin Way Norwich NR1 1RD Admission free St Julian is one of the most famous of Norwich’s churches because it is associated with the mystical visions of the anchoress (an anchoress is a woman who chooses to … Continue reading

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Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral The Close Norwich NR1 4DH Admission Free. Tour Free Norwich cathedral is one of the prettiest cathedrals I have been in. Founded in 1096 by Bishop Herbert de Losinga, the first Bishop of Norwich after he moved his … Continue reading

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