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 If you would like to provide some information about a location you know of, use the search form to see if it is listed. You might like to write about the history, who the first settlers were, the first industries, about times of peace and of war. Visitors might like to know about interesting places to visit, stay, drink, eat and be entertained. You can upload both text and imagery for LayStar towns, villages and cities. Also, using the Attractions and Services section, we have a category of 'Past to Present'. This is for information on prominent people and important buildings or beautiful spots in and around the area.

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Being the most westerly village in Cornwall, Sennen pub is appropriately named, The First and Last. Sennen and all around it is breathtakingly beautiful and deserved of a visit. There are plenty of places to stay in the area, so...

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Looe is a major tourist and fishing town in SE Cornwall. It conjures up the essence of Cornwall with its historic buildings and scenery to die for. ©John Pengelley ...

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Warwick is in the centre of England and is the county town of rural Warwickshire. Here you can find atmosphere and history dating back over 1000 years. There are fine examples of 14th century timber-framed buildings and Warwick Castle stands...

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Great days out in Hastings and 1066 country ‘History, nostalgia and stylish comfort’ St Leonards (near Hastings) B&B, Tower House 1066, is within easy reach of key Hastings 1066 country attractions. There is a full and lively cultural calendar of...

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Mousehole, pronounced Mouzel, is a beautiful south-coast Cornish village that deserves a visit if you are in the area. It has a lovely harbour with a sprinkling of shops, restaurants and, of course, a pub. ©Paul Harris ...

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Cambridge is of course famous for its unique university, but behind the academic façade, Cambridge’s roots go way back to pre-Roman times. ©Paul Michael ...

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