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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Ivo, 22 Oct 2011.
Osmington Mills is also on the Jurassic Coast.
The area around Osmington Mills and Osmington Bay was painted by John Constable in the early 19th century. He spent his honeymoon in the area in 1816, but was born in East Bergholt, Suffolk, in 1776.
East Bergholt's church bells are housed in a unique bell cage separate from the church. There are a number of churches in Britain with separate bell towers. Pembridge has one somewhat similar in appearance to East Bergholt, but taller.
Michaelchurch-on-Arrow in Powys also lies on the line of the River Arrow.
St Michael's Church at Michaelchurch has in it the remains of a ciborium or canopied shrine, thought to be unique in Wales. Another has been reconstructed from fragments at Dorchester Abbey, Dorchester-on-Thames.
Frithelstock in Devon also once had a religious house of the Augustinian Canons Regular.
Exmouth also has a pub named The Clinton Arms.
Knott End on Sea also has a cross-river ferry.
Almost exactly due north of Knott End on Sea, across Morecambe Bay, is the village of Cark
Flookburgh also lies on the route of the B5278 road.
Withernsea has also had sea defences reinforced in recent years.
Blyth also has an inland lighthouse.
Warsash in Hampshire also has a Maritime training establishment.
Warsash is on the River Hamble which is really not much more than a stream. It rises not very far away at Shirrell Heath
Littleton in Hampshire also has the site of a Bronze Age bowl barrow within its environs.
Macbeth was the first production at Littleton's rebuilt village hall; the first production of the play anywhere was at Hampton Court Palace in Hampton Court.
Windsor also has a palace (Windsor Castle).
Greenlaw also has the site of its original settlement a mile or so distant and prefixed with the term 'Old'.
Allanton in Berwickshire also lies on the line of the Blackadder Water.
Once a day, Monday to Friday, Borders Buses service 60 diverts to pass through Allanton on its route to Tweedmouth from Galashiels.
Ryan Mania, a jockey from Galashiels, won the 2013 Grand National, which is of course held at Aintree.
Jam was also manufactured commercially at Twickenham.
Twickenham and Cardiff are linked by rugby.
Mold in Flintshire also has a Crown Court.
The actor Rhys Ifans attended Ysgol Maes Garmon, a Welsh medium secondary school in Mold. One of his most well known parts has been Spike in the film "Notting Hill", which is named after the area of London and in fact filmed there.
Huddersfield also hosts a large annual carnival.
The Huddersfield Narrow Canal connects Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne
Older people will remember Gardeners' Question Time, when Bill Sowerbutts was introduced as being from 'Ashton under Lyne'. He came from there but his nursery was in Hollingworth.
Kermincham was also once administered by the ancient Hundred of Hamestan.
(Amazing to have the opportunity to have posted this settlement, as this is where we were whilst visiting on Saturday evening).
Maghull was also listed in the Domesday Book.