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The Early Twentieth Century - St Edmundsbury Chronicle St Edmundsbury in the early Twentieth Century. Find out about our local history 1900 to 1945

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East Yorkshire holidays - Driffield Cruckley Animal Farm: Do something different - take the kids to see a real working, family farm. The children will be fascinated to see the newborn baby animals and the fluffy chicks and ducklings.

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Hornsea - Wikipedia Geography. The civil parish of Hornsea is located on the Holderness coast approximately 16 miles (25 km) northeast of Hull. The parish is bounded by the civil parishes of Atwick to the north, Seaton to the west, Hatfield and Mappleton to the south, and by the North Sea to the east.

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Antique Dealers in the North West - co Antiqueweb UK Antique dealers and associated businesses in the North West of England,UK

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Backtrack Volume 32 (2018) - Steamindex LNER Kl Class 2-6-0 at Alnwick station with the branch train to Alnmouth on 10th May 1966. G.F. Bloxham. front cover Backtrack through the looking glass.