eastbourne's devonshire park is the venue for the eastbourne international, a tennis tournament held in the town since 1974 and serving as a warm-up to wimbledon. previously a women only tournament, in 2009 the lawn tennis association merged it with the men only event the nottingham open.
rothbury is the site of cragside, a victorian country house built for the industrialist sir william armstrong, later lord armstrong of cragside.the house was built as a 'shooting box' hunting lodge between 1862 and 1865, then extended as a 'fairy palace' between 1869 and 1900.the house and its estate are now in the possession of the national trust and are open to the public.
hyde park is a grade i-listed major park in central london. it is the largest of four royal parks that form a chain from the entrance of kensington palace through kensington gardens and hyde park, via hyde park corner and green park past the main entrance to buckingham palace. the park is divided by the serpentine and the long water lakes.
highgate / ˈ h aɪ ɡ eɪ t,-ɡ ɪ t / is a suburban area of north london at the northeastern corner of hampstead heath, 4.5 miles 7.2 km north-northwest of charing cross.. highgate is one of the most expensive london suburbs in which to live. it has an active conservation body, the highgate society, to protect its character.
lytham st annes / ˈ l ɪ ð əm s ən t ˈ æ n z / is a seaside resort on the fylde coast of lancashire, england, south of blackpool on the ribble estuary.the population at the 2011 census was 42,954.. lytham st annes has four golf courses and links, the most notable being the royal lytham & st annes golf club, which has hosted the open championship 11 times from 1926 until its most recent .
county durham / ˈ d ʌr ə m /, locally /ˈdɜrəm/ listen is a county in north east england. the county town is durham , a cathedral city . county durham can refer to the modern ceremonial county , the smaller area of a unitary authority , or the historic county with different boundaries.
cheltenham is a regional shopping centre, home to department stores, the oldest being cavendish house, from 1823, and the regent arcade. the beechwood shopping centre in the town centre was demolished in 2017 to make way for a £30million, 115,000 square foot john lewis store.
hampton court palace is a royal palace in the borough of richmond upon thames, 12 miles 19.3 kilometres south west and upstream of central london on the river thames.building of the palace began in 1515 for cardinal thomas wolsey, a favourite of king henry viii.in 1529, as wolsey fell from favour, the cardinal gave the palace to the king to check his disgrace.
camping is an outdoor activity involving overnight stays away from home in a shelter, such as a tent or a recreational vehicle.typically participants leave developed areas to spend time outdoors in more natural ones in pursuit of activities providing them enjoyment.
balmoral castle / b æ l ˈ m ɒr əl / is a large estate house in royal deeside, aberdeenshire, scotland, owned by queen elizabeth ii.it is near the village of crathie, 6.2 miles 10 km west of ballater and 6.8 miles 11 km east of braemar.. balmoral has been one of the residences of the british royal family since 1852, when the estate and its original castle were bought by prince albert .
the legacy woodhall spa hotel opened in 1882 as the eagle lodge hotel. it was converted into a nursing home in the 1960s and reopened as a hotel in 1991. the golf hotel was originally called clevedon house and has been a school, a club and a hotel of the same name.
house, m.d. also called house is an american television medical drama that originally ran on the fox network for eight seasons, from november 16, 2004, to may 21, 2012. the series's main character is dr. gregory house hugh laurie , an unconventional, misanthropic medical genius who, despite his dependence on pain medication, leads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional princeton .
the london borough of richmond upon thames pronunciation help · info in southwest london forms part of outer london and is the only london borough on both sides of the river thames. it was created in 1965 when three smaller council areas amalgamated under the london government act 1963.
pitlochry festival theatre was founded by john stewart in 1951, originally situated in a tent in the grounds of knockendarroch house in lower oakfield. the tent became semi-permanent and remained there for 30 years until the current building at port-na-cr opened in 1981.
the brecon beacons are one of four ranges of mountains and hills in south wales which make up the brecon beacons national park. the national park was established in 1957, the third of the three welsh parks after snowdonia in 1951 and the pembrokeshire coast national park in 1952.
westgate park is a mostly wooded area lying between westgate and the a165 on the outskirts of the town. the largest open area is duke's park which lies between queensgate and the railway line. it is home to bridlington sports & community club, a skate park and bridlington town football club. in addition to these sporting facilities, there is a .
whitley bay remains a popular holiday resort, with a caravan park operated by parkdean resorts for both holidaymakers and holiday home owners. the parish church is st. paul's church . it was provided by the duke of northumberland when the parish of tynemouth was divided in 1860 and it was consecrated in 1864.
green park covers just over 40 acres 16 ha between hyde park and st. james's park. together with kensington gardens and the gardens of buckingham palace, these parks form an almost unbroken stretch of open land reaching from whitehall and victoria station to kensington and notting hill.
ascot / ˈ æ s k ə t / is a small town in east berkshire, england, 6 miles 9.7 km south of windsor, 4 miles 6.4 km east of bracknell and 25 miles 40 km west of london. it is most notable as the location of ascot racecourse, home of the royal ascot meeting, and is reportedly one of the most valuable towns in england when taking into account the average house price.
frank lloyd wright june 8, 1867 – april 9, 1959 was an american architect, interior designer, writer, and educator, whose creative period spanned more than 70 years, designing more than 1,000 structures, of which 532 were completed.wright believed in …