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William Morgan was vicar of Llanrhaedr-ym-Mochnant when he made the first translation of the Bible into Welsh, published in 1588. He later was...
Middleham also has a church dedicated to St Alkelda.
Zennor is also reputedly the dwelling place of a mermaid.
Ringway was also part of Bucklow Rural District.
Field Marshal the 10th Earl of Cavan, Chief of the Imperial General Staff 1922-26, lived for some time in Wheathampstead, but was born and is...
The Tring bypass was designated a motorway (the A41(M)) from its opening in 1973 until 1987. Another demoted motorway, the A102(M) (now A12 and...
When the Augustinian priory at St Osyth was founded circa 1121, it acquired as a relic an arm bone of Saint Osyth, brought from Aylesbury.
Portsmouth & Southsea
'Lanark' is the title of a novel by Alasdair Gray (1934-2019), who was born in Riddrie, Glasgow.
Hexham also had (and still has, though no longer in operation) a bishop's gaol.
Eskdale Drive (NET)
South Shields is at the NE end of the Wrekendyke, a Roman road which branched off the main road from Chester-le-Street to Newcastle at Wrekenton