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Tidal sounds on the River Tyne

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Newcastle’s musical pedigree has been bolstered recently with the arrival of ~Flow – a floating watermill that uses the tides on the River Tyne to create music.
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Exploring Scotland’s historic whisky trail

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Created in the early 1980s, the only malt whisky trail in the world includes seven working distilleries and a cooperage, nestled among the rolling green hills of Speyside.
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Great Scottish castles

Scotland’s colourful history has left military strongholds across the country, from border castles raised against English incursions to island fortresses that controlled the seaways.


Four unmissable day trips from London

From the dreaming spires of Oxford to sophisticated, sexy Brighton, from upper crust Windsor and Eton to classy Bath, you can easily hop on a train or bus to a range of real gems.
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Something-for-nothing Britain

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With the world’s economy teetering, there has never been a better time to visit Britain’s many places of interest that are free to get in to. Here are 10 of the best attractions.
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All hail the ale in Ludlow, England

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The town plays host to one of the country’s foremost food festivals in September, as well as a less sophisticated spring festival that serves up beer in the medieval castle.
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